When it comes to hairstyles, we often get stuck in a rut with the same hair routine day in and day out. Mix it up by trying a new and easy look on your second-day hair. Braids are a great way to keep your hair looking good all day without having to bother re-doing it every five minutes.
Be it for a wedding or a dinner out, updos look sophisticated and chic. They can, however, be time consuming and complicated and so today I wanted to share a quick and easy braided updo. This takes about five to ten minutes and will take you from casual to classy in no time at all…Step One
It doesn’t matter if you’re you’re natural, relaxed, transitioning or prefer protective styles, there’s so much we can do with our Afro hair to slay this summer! Keep reading for inspo! Box braids have seen something of a resurgence of late.
Ever seem like your hair’s stuck at the same length? It’s a common problem amongst women, especially those with afro hair. Although our hair may grow easily, it’s can break easily too if not careful, which makes it harder to retain the length. Achieving longer lengths is possible but it can take a little more care and perseverance. Follow these steps to minimize breakage and get longer hair.
Ruby Rose rocks braids with short hair for the MTV 2015 EMA’s. (Photo: Getty Images) Listen up short haired girls — Ruby Rose is serving up some serious hair inspiration. The Orange is the New Black star and host of this year’s MTV EMA’s in Milan hit the red carpet with her androgynous chop in a set of braids by hairstylist Castillo. It’s a style that Rose rocks with ease and it’s perfect for anyone with a pixie cut to a short bob, all you need is the right products.