This summer, things have heated up LITERALLY. Temperatures have soared to the 80’s and 90’s, and if your like me and wear your natural hair you know how much of a hassle that can be. Having to put your hair in different styles every day, can be a little annoying and tedious. But luckily with the help of Youtube, you can learn how to put your hair into 5 natural hairstyles just by watching a video. And trust me it does work because I learned how to do box braids on myself which saved me a ton of money and can also save you a bunch of money as well. If you’re tired of having your hands in your hair and want a hairstyle that will last more than one day, then check out the 5 videos below.
1. The title of the video is definitely how I feel. I love being natural but its to hot for the curls right about now. Jasmine shows us how to do 4 simple braids to the back, and also recommends some great products as well.
2. This is honestly my first time seeing someone do these braids, and they look amazing. This style is super different, most likely you won’t see someone with the same hairstyle as you if you are rocking this. It looks super complex to do from the preview of the video, but she breaks it down to where its super easy.
3. I love mini twists! Not only do they look super cute, but they also are cute when you untwist them and take them out. Like she showed us in the video you can do a lot with mini twists such as putting them in a bun, half up half down and or a ponytail. This style is extremely versatile.
4. The braids to the back with a bun are honestly my go to when it comes to protective styles. It’s super easy to achieve and looks super neat. I won’t put a time stamp on how long this will last you, but if taken care of properly this can last you a long time.
5. This has always been a super popular hairstyle, just 2 feed in braids. This hairstyle is super simple but takes a little bit of practice to get it right. It also can last you at least 2 weeks.
Let me know in the comments below if you style your natural hair in protective styles. Also if you have any recommendations let me know below.