Hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday, just wanted to share with you some natural hair tutorials that I liked for the week of Feb 7th – Feb 14th.
Honestly, this week there were a lot of great tutorials especially for valentine’s..so it was a bit challenging to narrow it down…but I tried my best and I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
All of the tutorials featured this week are protective styles, yet they are all very different. Who said protective styling has to be boring?
In this tutorial, MsVaughnTV shows you how to achieve this elegant red carpet ready pompadour updo inspired by the stunning Teyonah Parris at the SAG (Screen Actors Guild Awards) and created by Felicia Leatherwood. Ms Vaughn used Entwine Couture products to achieve this beautiful look.
In this tutorial, knottikurls’ shows you how to achieve this romantic textured protective style that can be worn to any occasion.
In this video knottikurls’ also shows you how to complement the hair style with make up and an outfit.
This is a collaboration video, click on the links at the end of the video to find other beautiful natural hair tutorials from other Atlanta vloggers.
In this tutorial, Marylena A shows you how to achieve this fierce braided mohawk.
Bonus Point: You get to learn how to crochet!
In this tutorial, DiscoveringNatural shows you how to achieve a lovely professional updo. The great thing about this tutorial is that its special for short natural hair. A lot of short haired naturals usually complain about how limited their options are when it comes to styling their hair. I hope this one can help some of you who are struggling with what to do with your hair at that length.
You can watch the compilation of these four tutorials via the video below, clicking on the links in the videos will take you to the tutorials.
DISCLAIMER & RULES:
♥ The videos are in no particular order.
♥ Videos are chosen from my subscriptions and search results throughout the week.(Thursday to Thursday)
♥ The week starts on Thursday and ends on Thursday so that I can have time to create the video and upload it over the weekend.
♥ If you would like to be considered or want a particular video considered send me an email during the week title “Video of the week” include the name of the video, channel and video link. send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
So have you tried any of these styles or techniques? what do you think? share your experiences by leaving comments below.