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June 22, 2023
Summer is finally here, and that means it's time to get your hair looking fabulous. That's right—it's time for you to put down the straightener, pick up some bobby pins, and learn about hairstyles for summer! We've got everything from braids to twists so you can show off your natural curls and keep them fresh all season long.
Braids are a great way to style your hair in the summer. They're also perfect for those who have short or thinning hair, as they can be done with extensions or your own natural tresses. Braiding is an easy protective style that you can do on wet or dry hair, and it looks good on everyone!
Braid your hair into a French braid, starting at the front and working back. When you reach the end of your hair, secure it with an elastic band.
Bantu knots are an easy way to get beautiful, long-lasting curls. They're also great for making your hair look more voluminous if it's flat and thin. But bantu knots are not for everyone--if you have fine or oily hair, this method may be too heavy-handed for your strands.
The technique is super simple: all you need is some product (like gel or mousse), a brush or comb, and a few minutes of free time before bedtime (or whenever). First, section off sections of dampened hair with clips; then twist each section tightly around itself until it forms a rope-like shape about 1/4 inch thick. Secure the end by wrapping it around itself twice more than usual; then let go! This will create bigger twists than usual because there's no elastic band holding them together at first--but they'll shrink as they dry out overnight so don't worry too much about how big they seem now.
Cornrows are a great option for summer because they keep your hair out of the way and off your neck. You can do them on wet or dry hair, which means that you don't have to worry about going out in the heat with wet cornrows (which could cause damage). Cornrows also offer some protection from the sun, so if you're planning on spending any time outside this summer, consider rocking this protective style!
Twists are a great way to get an easy, low-maintenance look. They're also one of the easiest styles to do on your own hair--no extensions required! You can do them on wet or dry hair, but they take a long time to dry. Twists don't need any tools besides your fingers and some bobby pins (or a few flexi-rods), but you'll need at least two hours before going out if you want it done right.
The best part about twists is that they work for all lengths and textures of hair, so whether you have thick kinks or fine curls, this is one style that will always look good on everyone!
Marley twists are a protective style that can be done on wet or dry hair. They're great for transitioning from long hair to short, as well as trying out a new color!
If you have thick, curly hair and are looking for an alternative to braids or cornrows (which can be hard on your scalp), marley twists might be the answer. To get started with this protective style:
Divide your hair into sections based on how much twistage you want--the more sections, the smaller each individual braid will be (and vice versa). For example: if you want two-strand twists in each section of four inches of length total then divide them into six sections total; three inches per strand equals six inches total length divided by two strands equals three inches per twist section which makes six total twists over all twelve inches total length...you get it right?
Half up half down hairstyles are great for summer because they are easy to do and can provide great protection from the sun. They also look great on all lengths of hair, so you don't have to worry about whether or not your hair is long enough to pull off this style.
If you're looking for an easy way to keep your locks healthy during the hot weather, try braiding them into two French braids at night before bedtime--it'll give them some extra moisture while they're resting!
These hairstyles are great for summer because they don't require a lot of effort and they can provide great protection from the sun.
The first hairstyle is an easy braided ponytail. You'll need to braid your hair into two pigtails, then tie them together with an elastic band. This style is perfect for those days when you want some extra volume or length but don't have time to spend hours in front of the mirror trying to create it! It also keeps your hair out of your face so that it doesn't get hot or sticky while you're outside enjoying yourself during this beautiful weather we're having right now (even though it's technically winter).
Another option is fishtail braids, which are very similar except without any elastics involved at all! Instead of tying off at the end like regular braids do on their own once finished being woven together into each other like two separate pieces would normally do naturally without any help from anyone else besides themselves...you know what? Forget about explaining how these work; just check out this photo instead:
We hope that you enjoy these hairstyles and feel inspired to try them out. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them below!
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