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Protective styling

Want to grow your hair but not exactly sure how? Or maybe you’ve tried multiple things but nothing really seemed to work out. No matter what it is that’s keeping you from getting the long, healthy strands you desire, I am here with five tips to help you achieve maximum hair growth.

Keeping your hair protected is essential to keeping it healthy. It’s a great way to keep some parts of your hair from experiencing harsh climate conditions. If you live somewhere that is always hot and sunny, your hair might experience a bit of heat damage from the sun. If you live somewhere that is normally at a freezing temperature, your hair is most likely going to become dry quicker and it will start affecting the ends of your hair – causing trims to be needed more frequently.

If you’re anything like me, then you probably love to wear your hair out in its most natural state. But don’t worry! Protective styling can be a fun and cute way to not only protect your hair, but change up your look a bit.

Protective styles can be accomplished with added hair, head accessories, or just a hair band.

Some examples of protective styles are box braids, Havana/Marley twists, faux locs, twisting or braiding your own hair, ponytails, buns, and more. You can jazz up any of these styles with cute head garments such as beanies, caps, scarves, bows, or even hair jewelry!

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