A protective hairstyle is a hairstyle that tucks the hair away and keeps it free from manipulation.
Protective hairstyles include braids, dreadlocks, and twists. Afro-textured hair is often
prone to breakage or damage from the elements; it aims to guard against this.
Protective hairstyles should be on every lady’s list of hairstyles since it’s capable of
protecting the hair from icy cold weather and when excess sunlight.
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Which should I go for
They are many protective hairstyles out there all you need to do is go for ones you’re sure
will fit you better or probably allow your hairstylists to make the choice for you.
What to check out for when making protective hairstyles
1 Ensure it’s not too tight
2 If you’re feeling headache or finding it hard to turn your head after making your hair, it means it’s too tight
3 Make sure your hair and scalp are near before making any new style
4 Don’t expose your hair to water as it can itching and can make it smell
5 Put on a satin bonnet before going to sleep at night
How to care for my hair
The best to care for your hairs is by washing them every two weeks to keep them refreshed.
Most importantly moisturize your hair scalp by applying oil to help prevent breakage.
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