Protective hairstyle is a style that tucks the ends of your hair away from being exposed to damaging agents such as sun, heat, and constant manipulation. Protecting hair is beneficial to all types of hair textures, relaxed, and natural.
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Crochet braids are adorable, very easy to fix and you can also do it on your own. It’s a very good protective style.
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Box braids hairstyles are one of the most popular African American protective styling choices. Whether you call them box braids, jumbo braids, or even Poetic Justice braids, this trendy hairstyle is one to try.
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This protective style is very traditional. Just like the normal dreads, so beautiful and can be done in different ways. faux locs with yarn, faux locs with Marley hair, faux locs crochet, faux locs with wool and lot more
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Just like its name, you can have numerous wigs and it’s so easy to install nowadays.
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GHANA BRAID / GHANA WEAVING
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Hair twisted around until it turns back on itself, it’s the 90s coming back again. Good thing about Bantu knots is after a while, you can have a Bantu knots out, by taking the curls out.
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Cornrows are always a classic/elegant look as protective styles for black women, and one of the best things about them is that you can twist and turn them into a range of different looks.
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This protective style is very easy for someone transitioning to natural hair or is new to natural hair and it’s very easy when making because you twist with two portion rather than three like braids.
That’s its my lovelies, you can add more in THW comment section and let me know which you prefer most.