Three ways To Rock A Short Natural With Confidence!

Wearing a short natural style takes bravery. Many women opt for braids and wigs until their hair gets a decent length.But after a while of wearing hair extensions and your weave repeatedly, your hair needs a break.

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Maxine Jones rocking a short natural (from the original En Vogue)in the early 90’s.

Growing out your hair can be a long and tiresome process, and it’s easy to get super excited about it right at the beginning, only to realize it sucks later on when your hair isn’t growing as fast as you’d like it to, and your hair won’t style quite the way you had intended either. Jeff Kravitz

*Tip 1: Get your hair professionally cut and shaped up! There is nothing like a nice cut. And people can tell if your hair has been cut. Your ends look crisp and hair looks healthy overall.That alone is something to take pride in.

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*Tip 2: When your hair is freshly shampooed and wet. Play around with styling ideas and techniques. Your hair is much easily played with when it’s wet. You’ll find your locks will easily move, twist, braid and curl into a number of different styles.6.-Short-Natural-Haircut-for-Black-Women

*Tip 3: If your hair is already dry and damaged, or brittle from years of heavy hair extension use, using these heated tools won’t help your hair, it’ll just hurt it. Give your hair a break .Depending on how short you go, you won’t need heated styling tools to get the look you want but if you are tempted to grab the hair straighteners, don’t. Use creams,gelee’s,mousse,etc. when doing twist outs and sets,to gain styling control instead.

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