There comes a time in every ladies life ( trust me I know) when the weaves have to go for a while at least and the next option is your God given hair. Last week it was all about the Naturalista and the different ways they could style their nappy hair. Today its all about the Diva’s with relaxed hair. Your relaxed hair is perhaps the easiest to style because its balanced, soft and can twist and turn without as much fuss.
There are advantages to rocking your natural relaxed hair, for starters, no migraine and no itching because air goes through your hair with ease. Generally your hair needs a break from sew-in’s and heat and it needs to be deep conditioned to bring back its volume and to make it shine.
During this hiatus from Sew-Ins there are several hairstyles you can try out which includes;
This hairstyle is easy to achieve but some people might call it monotonous. Well there are different ways to style your buns, using plait or rollers or just twisting your hair around.
This hairstyle adds a twist to your hair if you want something curly and bouncy. You can choose to either go for a very short curl or a long curl depending on your mood.
Bantu Knot hairstyle is gorgeous but when you unravel it you get full bodies curls that are super fun and gorgeous.
Flat Iron and Trim
If you have a good hairstylist you can straighten out your hair and give it a lovely classy trim.
This hairstyle is quite popular in Nigeria, its the mimic of the famous Anita Baker hairstyle. This hairstyle is for women that are not afraid to cut their locks.
Short Curls and Trim
Your relaxed hair can be trimed or cut short. To make it look alive use rollers or perm rods to add curls.[yop_poll id=”977″]
Which of this hairstyles have you tried on your natural relaxed hair? Share with us in the comment section below.
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