Any super easy but cute protective styles for a 3c/4a/4b hair type? Recommended hair accessories?

AdventureRideAdventureRide Registered Users Posts: 2 Curl Neophyte
edited March 2018 in Hair Type 4
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  • GretchenGretchen Administrator Moderators Posts: 10,840 Curl Virtuoso
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    Hi @AdventureRide!  Welcome to CurlTalk.  I invite you to search NaturallyCurly — there's tons of great info all over the site...   Here are some search results to get you started.

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  • lawlaw Registered Users Posts: 259 Curl Connoisseur
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    There is the popular two strand twist bun I like this cause you can make like 9 to 12 chunky twists and just bun it.

    There is the ever popular two flat twists I get lazy and do this a lot.

    When in doubt ( or don't want to deal) do a nice head wrap.
    "You Tied that thing up outside?" said Kepler. "What if he got hungry and ate a mailman or a kindergarten class or something? The least you could do is tie a decent knot." Metzger's Dog by Thomas Perry


  • nu_natural10nu_natural10 Registered Users Posts: 114 Curl Connoisseur
    The faithful twist out rarely ever fails 
    Shampoo: Terressetials Mud Wash (lavender or lemon)
    Co-Wash: Trader Joe's Tea Tree Conditioner
    Deep Conditioner: Anita Grant's Rhassoul Deep Condish
    Leave In: Kinky Curly Knot Today
    Creams/Oils: Raw Shea Butter, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Jamican Black Castor Oil and Jojoba Oil
  • tiffluvsjs23tiffluvsjs23 Registered Users, Curl Ambassador Posts: 1 Curl Neophyte
    Lately, I've been wearing 2 space buns. I add in a few filigree tubes so that I don't look too much like a little girl.

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