Happy Easter everyone! As we celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ, we cannot leave our hair to chance. Here are some natural hairstyles you can rock this Easter season.
It's chic and unexpected, especially for naturalistas but that won't stop us from rocking this hairstyle. The good news, you can achieve this hairstyle with Eya Naturals Instant Curl Jelly. Plus it leaves no frizz and can last 2-4 weeks depending on how you take care of it. Would you try this?
When it doubt, just fro it out. Aside turning heads, it's very low manipulation. All you need to do is to moisturize it well and fro it out. Then go ahead and rock it like the naturalista and eyanista you are
One good thing about micro twists is that you can style it anyhow you want. Plus it lasts longer than your regular twists. Don't worry about its take down. A little bit of water and detangling conditioner does the trick.
Natural Hair Twists
The go-to style for a lot of naturalistas, natural hair twists always adds the afrocentric feel to it. It's a low manipulation hairstyle and you get to wear it to so many occasions during and after the Easter season.
The list would be incomplete without adding braids. To be honest, you don't need to celebrate Easter to rock braids but who's checking? Get on your regular braids with extensions and just rock it with pride.
It's a staple for a lot of naturalistas. We just love the volume and bounce it gives to the hair. You can equally style it so many ways and rock it to a lot of functions without stress.
They're trendy and scream class! Flat twists are great for medium to long hair. You can always add extensions to achieve the look you desire. All you need to do is to moisturize and accessorize and you're good to go.
Ponytails are classy but do you know what's even classier - updo ponytails. The great thing about this style this you hardly have to touch it after it's done. Just a little bit of gel to keep the edges laid is enough. Cover it with a satin scarf or bonnet at night to protect it and you can keep it on for a while.
Who let the knots out? The good knots by the way. Bantu knots are a great protective hairstyle. They keep the ends tucked in and protect the edges. Plus, you really don't need to do much to maintain it. Just spray on your Aloe Vera Hair Mist or Anti-Itch Hair and Scalp Spray daily and your hair would thank you.
Which style is your favourite? I know, you're spoilt for choice. All these hairstyles were done by the stylists at Eya Salon. In case you're wondering where to get these done, It's always a good idea to visit a natural hair salon for great hair services. Don't hesitate to call on Eya Salon for all your hair care needs.
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