Protective Hair Styles

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What Does it mean to have a Protective Hair Style?

Having your hair in a protective style means to have your ends tucked away. As your hair grows your ends become the oldest and weakest part of your hair. Hence the term Protective Hair Style.

When you are constantly washing, styling and detangling (manipulating) your hair it causes breakage.

Yes, my hair is natural but you do not have to have natural hair to have a protective hair style.
Current Hairstyle: 4/9/17

Faux Locs
Faux Locs – Crochet Braids. 4/19/17

Having a Protective Hairstyle not only protects your hair, but also gives you hairdiversity (yes, I made that up).😜

There are what I like to call many different vibes of protective hairstyles:

  • Braids
  • Twist
  • Updos
  • Wigs


A Sew-in(weave)/hair extensions can be considered a protective hairstyle if done with a closure or frontal.

Remember: Healthy Hair *NO HEAT*


      1. I agree might go to wear twists Havana twists. I just started with braids. LOL but now that I have discovered crochet protective styling there is no going back to sitting in a chair for 5 hours. LOL


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