Well, they’ve done it again! Yet ANOTHER type of twists that take Marley, Havana and Mambo to the next level! 3-D Cubic Twists or Split Twists are the latest in crochet hair styles and we’ve got the scoop on how to get the look!
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Protective styling is a great way to grow longer hair, but it can be damaging to your hair if not done correctly. Here are 8 Things Everyone Should Avoid When Protective Styling.
I know when you hear the words protective styling, you are probably envisioning braids, twisted updo styles, or hair buns. But what if I told you protective styling is more than just preconceived limitations in the way you wear your hair. Its an overall approach to your entire styling process. Read more…
Wigs are a good tool for reducing the manipulation of your hair and enabling you to retain more length. In comparison to other protective styles like box braids, twist extensions, or sewn ins they have 3 major advantages.
Protective Styling With Marley Twists | 3 Things You Didn’t Know About Protective Styling with Braid or Twist Extensions
Wearing wigs and hair pieces can be an awesome way to protect your hair during harsh winter months as a protective style. But failure to properly maintain your own hair while wearing a wig can lead to or cause further hair loss and/or damage. Here are some fundamentals you need to know in order to take care of your hair while wearing a wig to avoid hair loss and thinning:
I’m protective styling with various natural hair styles because my son is trying to pull my hair out…. Read More
I’m wearing two strand twist as my choice of protective styling. My goal is to promote the growth of my hair by maintaining moisture scalp and root to tip. In the pictures above it the two strand twist and two strand twist twist out, in respective order. Updates later.
When I think of summer I immediately go down memory lane and reminiscence about my childhood. What comes to mind is visiting the beach, swimming pools, long bike rides, hopscotch, double dutch, ice pops and BEADS. Yes you read that correctly…BEADS! During the summer my cousin Keena and I would visit our Aunt Tweety. Aunt […]