Synthetic dreadlock extensions are very similar to braided extensions, except they are much quicker and easier to install. Not only are they a great way to add length and versatility to any head of hair, but they can also be treated almost like your natural hair. This means that there is a little maintenance (but not too much) involved with the upkeep of synthetic
Natural and non-naturals alike have fallen in love with box braids. Some braids are large, others are smaller. But no matter the size, we absolutely love them and their versatility. We have found some classy, sassy and sophisticated ways to rock your box braids. The Corporate French Braid Spiral French Braid Front Bun The Beehive The High Bun What we love most about box braids
There is no doubt in my kinky head that two strand twists are the greatest creation since bobby pins and ouchless elastics. This easy to do low manipulation style is where I always seem to run back to whether it be from a bout of styling laziness or to give my hair a rest from over styling and neglect. But as much as I love
On our last visit we discussed the importance of protective styling and ways even short tressed divas can preserve those precious ends. We also briefly touched on the difference between protective styling and low manipulation styling with the promise we would pass that way again. So this week we return to learn how to distinguish between these two very confusing concepts. Once again, let’s take
With so much emphasis placed on the importance of protective styling in natural hair care, those who are freshly big chopped or who are still in the growing out stages may be confused as to whether or not they should protective style. The most confusing question is probably how do you protective style when your hair is only a couple of inches long or shorter?