And it’s not just a bunch of cornrows and box braids.
This faux Afro puff that works on even the shortest hair.
Jane Nashe gets this glorious Afro puff by slicking back her well-moisturized and gelled hair into a tiny ponytail. Then she crochets short pieces of textured hair around it; no braiding required!
See just how easy it is here.
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These twisted double buns for a cute and casual updo.
Double buns are always fun, but twisting them first gives the hair a little more protection. QueenPrincessKym parts and secures her hair like normal, and then she makes two chunky twists from each ponytail before pinning them into a bun.
Follow the steps here.
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This genie twist that’s cheap, easy, and quick!
MahoganyCurls shows us how to get this beginner-friendly jumbo twist with a pack of kinky braiding hair. If your hair is super-thick, try twisting or braiding it first. The stretch will make it easier to put into a ponytail.
See how she does it here.
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This pigtail crown for a simple but regal ‘do.
SashaBasha is queen of easy natural hair styles. Here are all the steps for this halo crown she created by pinning two pigtails to the front of her head.
Follow her on Instagram and get the steps here in the caption.
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