5 Protective Styles in the wet season

This is all about being cautious, keeping hair neat and protecting it from breakage.

This is all about being cautious, keeping hair neat and protecting it from breakage.

Tie your hair in a Bun or twist

This is a simple style that works for any occasion. All you need are hairpins and a covered elastic band.

Make Two-Strand Twists

Twists work best on natural hair. Relaxed strands are simply too straight and slippery to hold twists in place without unraveling.

Braid the hair

You can braid your natural hair or you can opt for braid extensions. Whether your braids are yours or created with enhancements, you still need to care for your hair and scalp while you’re wearing them.

Weaves

If your hair is braided completely beneath the weave it’s not subject to sun, wind, rain or other weather.

Flat Twists

Similar to cornrows, flat twists are created with two sections of hair instead of three. Flat twists offer more versatility because unlike two-strand twists, flat twists work equally well on relaxed or natural hair. If your hair extends past the nape of your neck, you can gather the ends of flat twists and fashion them into a ponytail or bun.

 

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