• Locs,  Natural Hair

    How to Care for Starter Locs in a Protective Style

    If you do a protective style on your starter locs you must still care for them. A few weeks ago I installed Faux Locs over my starter locs. Other protective styles that I’ve done over locs are box braids and twist. If you would like to know how to do this protective style you can see the post here. I kept in the faux locs for over 1 month. In this post, I will be sharing with you the steps that I took to care for my starter locs while wearing faux locs as a protective style. Protective Styling The Aim of Protective Styling is to protect your hair, meaning…

  • Natural Hair

    How to do Box Braids on Natural Hair

    It’s summertime and I am sure many of you naturals are wondering what style to rock over these months. Wonder no more, in this how-to article I will give you basic steps to achieving the perfect set of box braids on natural hair using extensions. Related: 5 TWA Hair Styles How to do box braids with extensions. Steps 1. Get Supplies The first step is to get your materials together. For a quick braid, all you need is Braiding Hair and a Comb. You may use a little gel or oil if you choose. For braiding hair, I like to use pre-stretched hair. If you do not want to use…

  • Locs,  Natural Hair

    How to do Crochet Braid Faux Locs: Protective Style

    With natural hair, it is very important that you do protective styles and crochet braid is a simple and quick style to help you. Protective styles are a great way to tuck your hair away as it strengthens and grows out. With protective styling you reduce manipulation on your hair and that in turn promotes growth retention. During the winter months, our natural hair can get very dry and withstand damage, for this reason, you should do protective styling during this time. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. If you like the items just click a link to make your purchase. This is a great way for you to support…