When you make the decision to go natural it can be an exciting journey. However, as your hair grows out it can be detrimental to figure out what styles can and can not work. I want you to be able to feel confident going into your journey. Also, I want to still have your hair look like you did something with it. The first two months your hair might not show too much, however when that three or more inches of new growth starts to peek through you’re going to want to do something about your hair. Well, I’m here to let you know what styles can work for you to help you along the way.
Bantu Knot Outs
Make small sections in your hair and twist them into a small bun. Continue making small buns in each section. Let it dry and set overnight. When you’re ready to take it out, take a small amount of oil on your fingertips and begin twisting the knot clockwise to take it down. Once they’re all taken down begin separating.
If you cornrow/braid your hair straight back or in sections if your doing individual braids let it dry and set overnight and then take it out. You will have a beautiful style when you wake up. Take a dap of coconut oil for each section prior to unraveling your cornrow or braids.
Oh the roller sets where you part your hair in small sections and begin rolling. Take one roller, put some setting lotion in your hair, and begin to roll it up. Make sure to put a bobby pin or clip in place to make sure your style is secure. You can find these tools in my store here.
Two Cornrows Down
If you have longer hair try this simple style. Place a part in the middle of your hair, Make two cornrows going down on each side. Once you finish both sides, cross the ends of your hair and bobby pin one to each side.
You can find all tools needed for each style in my Amazon Store
What’s your favorite transitioning style?