Happy Tuesday, hope you are all having a productive and great week thus far. Here is the round up for the top natural hair tutorials this week, hope you find them refreshing and inspiring ♥
In this tutorial, WildWomenNews’ shows you how to achieve this elegant and sassy layered, side swept hairstyle on short natural hair.
This style suits most lengths and can be worn to any occasion.
BONUS: Great Protective style option.
In this tutorial, MakeupanBeautyJunkie shows you how she achieves these lovely, spiral, bouncy, springy, fluffy curls using products from the Entwine Couture line.
This is perfect if you would like to wear your hair out in a curly fro.
BONUS: If you are considering trying Entwine Couture products, you get to see how the products work when curling your natural hair.
In this tutorial, Shantenia Young shows you how she creates this lovely triple figure 8 updo using senegalese twists. This is a great option for an updo. Perfect if you have twists, braids or longer lengths of loose hair.
Bonus: Another great protective style option.
In this tutorial, forusnatural shows you how to achieve this easy flapper girl inspired protective style. This style can be worn for any occasion and its a lovely option if you love vintage inspired styles.
BONUS: Quick and super easy protective style.
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.
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♥ 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.
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So have you tried or are you considering any of these styles or techniques? what do you think? share your experiences by leaving comments below.