How to Wrap Your Hair in a Turban | Super Easy Tutorial

I’m moving into month six of transitioning to natural hair and so far, I’ve been wearing protective styles or my hair covered with fun fabrics. Wrapping my hair in fabric allows me to have fun with color and shapes. There are so many ways fabric can be wrapped and secured to cover the hair entirely or partially.  Over the next few weeks, I’m going to show you how easy wraps are to use and several ways to style them. For today’s tutorial, How to Wrap Your Hair in a Turban, I’m using a black and white jersey knit fabric. Jersey knits are super stretchy making it ideal for this wrap style. The stretchy fabric allows the wrap to really mold and hang on the your head so you don’t have [Click here to continue reading]

Transitioning 4C Hair | 13 Weeks No Relaxer | Up do Protective Style

Up do’s and bantu twist outs have been my go-to styles as I transition from relaxed to unrelaxed hair. The first time I went natural as an adult, I did a big chop and cut all of the relaxed hair off.  This time, I’m letting my relaxed hair remain so I can maintain length as my natural hair grows. To style my hair in this simple up do, I start with freshly co-washed hair. The reason I’ve been mostly co-washing is to keep my relaxed hair from tangling and break off. Co-washing is also the first step to moisturizing my mostly 4C hair. My natural hair pattern are tightly coiled rings similar to the look of the spring you’d find inside a pen. The only to [Click here to continue reading]