Short, sassy natural hairstyles
Do you want your natural hair to breath and move away from hair extension for a while? You can pull that look with many options effectively especially with short natural hair. When your hair is washed you can play around with styling ideas and techniques. Below are style ideas and how to maintain it.
Style options and hair care tips:
If you’re going through the motions of growing out your natural hair, you can add a vibrant splash of colour or a bit of colour to give it a new dimension.
If you want your hair to go back to its natural state and allow it to bounce free for some time, it is important to avoid over-washing it. The main aim of going natural is to do your hair good.
You can wash your hair at least once a week or at most twice a week with shampoo and conditioner. Then, apply a good hair moisturiser to make it shine. Washing the hair more often can cause the hair to become even drier, which will result in breakage.
To help the hair maintain its moisture and prevent breakage from the hair being rubbed on hard pillow at night, wrap a scarf or head rag over your hair before sleeping.
Avoid products with greasy ingredients that sit on the surface of the hair which can stress it.It is better to use combs instead of brushes as brushes can pull and stress the hair. Also use ribbons on the hair rather than rubber bands to avoid weighing it down.
Also massaging the scalp with your hands at least once a week will help promote natural oil production.You can encourage the natural texture with Afro-related styles or dreadlocks or go for protective hairstyles like braids and cornrows.
Go funky in natural hair with shaved side.You can also opt for finger coils to make you look chic.Go brave in natural Mohawk haircut. To get the best of this look, comb the top, ensure you keep your hair well hydrated and moisturized.
You can even opt for short blonde haircut to give a daring but fabulous look.There are other styles to experiment with. The main thing is to go for the style that suits your facial structure.
No comments yet