So still on best hairstyles to explore as a black woman, we have presented in week 2 Top 5 hairstyles every black woman should explore in their lifetime.
Ok, before we delve into the Top 5 hairstyles to explore, here are some tips for natural hair care:
- After washing your hair, moisturize your hair and scalp with natural oils such as coconut oil or olive oil or apply leave-in conditioners before styling your hair. This would keep your hair consistently nourished all through the day.
- Let your hair dry overnight
- Sleep with a satin scarf on your head, to keep your hair moisturized all night long and for a nice feel and softer texture at dawn.
The top hairstyles you should try out are:
Up dos are natural hair friendly and can be done with extensions too. They always look lovely when styled properly and works just fine as a bridal hair. There are actually over 10 types of up-do that you can explore. There is the tropical inspired up-do, stylish whirlpool up-do, all natural curly up-do, twisted bridal up-do, oversized braided up-do as shown in the image above, flat twists and frontal up-do and cornrow up-do.
Twists can be done with natural hair or with extensions and it comes in different sizes. It can also be short when done with natural hair and very long when done with extensions.
- Asymmetrical halo braid
Halo braids are chic, minimalist and traditional all at the same time. It’s also a low manipulation style and is very friendly to your edges.
- Multi-size ponytail braid
The ponytail braids can be easily swept up into a bun. This is one hairstyle that you should try out.
- Crown twist + chignon
Crown twists are a good idea when you’re trying to protect your edges. You can also do a chignon and tuck your hair at the back thus protecting your ends also.