Pressed for time but need to do something to your natural hair? These tutorials have got you covered!
Time to take that protective style out? This post will give tips on how to lose less hair as you remove that style.
Protective styles are great to help maintain natural hair’s health and length. Using weaves may be ideal for some women, but it is important to know how to install and maintain the weave to ensure the best outcome. These tips will help!
Vlogger, EClark6 demonstrates a more natural way to start Marley Twists or Havana Twists (read more about the difference between Marley Twists and Havana Twist here) with the invisible root method. Instead of starting your extensions with a braid, you are twisting or intwining the extension hair around your real hair. Once the hair is […]
Have you ever wanted locs without the commitment? Are you looking for a new “twist” on twists or braid extensions? Well, faux locs are the answer. This is a protective style that can last up to three months. It is basically a two step process that consists of braiding or twisting the hair and then wrapping it. Check out these 4 Faux Loc Tutorials
Lupita Nyong’o’s Hairstylist’s shares how to shape, mold, and moisturize the TWA
In this video Yolanda Renee walks you through the basics on how to do box braids. Her technique is a little different from others. Instead of installing the braiding extension hair on loose natural hair, she plaits the her loose hair into a two-strand twist and then begins the braiding process. This techniques ensures that there’s a better visual blending of the textures.
3 Things You Should NOT Do When Installing Senegalese Twists
Havana Twists are very similar to Marley Twists. But Havana Twists are installed with special extension hair called Havana Twist Hair available only at FingerComber.com using the invisible root method. But you can also use Marley Braid Hair.
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