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Who Says Protective Styling Has to be Boring

Fall is officially here and, for many naturals, it is time to return to protective styling. Right now we are giving four lovely seems to inspire you this shitty season. Who says protective styling has to be boring

1. Easy Back Tuck (4C hair)
This first style is basically simple to create in little to no time at all. It really works relaxed hair extensions on most lengths of hair, so my naturals with shorter lengths, this will likely be just right for you. No heat is required both, so that you don’t have to fret about damaging your hair this season.

Description: hair is tucked into headband within the back
Products used: hair butter
Tools wanted: rattail comb (for parting), vast-tooth comb, hair tie, bra strap

2. Triple Twisted Updo
For this look, start with hair that has been previously blow dried relaxed hair extensions or, to avoid heat, use banding, rollers, African threading, or braids. The protective model is tremendous chic and easy, and guess what No gel is required! Rock your edges proud, ladies!

Description: hair is twisted into three ponytails and pinned
Merchandise used: hair spray
Instruments wanted: wide-tooth comb, hair ties, clips, bobby pins, boar bristle brush

3. Flat Twist Updo
In case you are carrying an old flat twist that you just don’t fairly know easy methods to type anymore, try this lovely textured updo. Just loosen a few of your twists and get creative with pinning and tucking.

Description: twists are rolled and tucked upward right into a pompadour
Instruments needed: bobby pins

4. Textured Playground

This “textured playground” is a mix of a twist out, braid out, and twists. A makeup tutorial is included as nicely, but if you’re just right here for the hair, watch the start and then fast forward to 4 minutes and 50 seconds into the video.