Want to rock some cute natural hairstyles for Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day and beyond? We’ve pulled together our top 5 favourite natural hairstyles to inspire you. Enjoy!
We just love how pretty, practical and protective this hairstyle is! Whether your hair is natural, curly, braided, or loc’ed, you can definitely rock this ‘90s inspired hairstyle.
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Watch our co-founder Rachael create this hairstyle in a previous IG Live, below.
Tired of protective hairstyles and just want to show off your natural hair texture in all its glory? We don’t blame you! If you’re looking for more definition or want to stretch out your hair without heat, we suggest doing a Bantu Knot out.
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Half-up Space Buns
Can’t make your mind up if you want to wear your hair up or down? Well, now you don’t have to pick! We love this half-up hairstyle because it’s truly the best of both worlds.
Want to learn how to create this hairstyle? Watch our video, below, with Haley to see how she creates the look with the Afrocenchix Wash Day Set.
In our books, cornrows are cute and classic! Just remember to spray your hair and scalp with Sheen, our moisturising spray to help your hair look fresh.
Add hair gems and accessories to your hairstyle to add a touch of difference.
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Love braids? Love buns? Mix your two great loves in this beautiful updo. It not only looks chic but it keeps your hair safely tucked away. You can even work this look with twists!
Product Recommendation: Our Braid Care Set is perfect for protective styles like braids and twists with your natural hair or extensions.
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This ‘cheat’ hairstyle is perfect if you are looking for something very low maintenance to see you through Valentine’s Day.
Just make sure your hair is nice and moisturised and wrap your hair with a silk/satin scarf or pop on our satin lined bonnet (to make sure your hair is nice and protected), then wrap your favourite headscarf or wrap on top – and you’re done!
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