style- protective styling

protective style is any style that keeps the ends of the hair tucked away and minimises manipulation. Protective styling gives the ends of our hair a break from nasty weather conditions. These styles tuck away our delicate ends and usually group the strands together, this is a method i have become used to it and it works for me,there are many hairstyles you could do but here are 3 that i love and have worked for me

Plaited Updo

Take your braids to new heights with this regal updo, created by Koudou. Inspired by Yoruba royalty, it’s a style that not only causes you to stop in awe, but also pays homage to the ancestors long before us who developed intricate and innovative patterns to take care of their natural locks.  

this hairstyle can be for a dressed up look or a simple casual look both ways you will look amazing

Hair Wrap“

An overlooked protective style is wearing a scarf,” says Lindsey. “Pulling your hair back into a loose ponytail or plaiting your hair, then wrapping a scarf in a chic style, is definitely an easy ‘protective style’ that can be worn all year round.” The best part is that you can easily switch up your look by playing with different colors and patterns depending on your mood. 

Wigs

wigs are a great option for protective styling for anyone who may want to skip the salon.

Keep in mind, though, that not all wigs are created equal, and even if you already have your own collection of hair, you will also need to take care of all that natural hair underneath. Or else you could end up doing much more harm than good.

i love wearing wigs theres no shame in wearing one, more woman should try it ,it will truly change your life.

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