By Terez Howard
I’m preparing for a fun month of 29 natural hair styles. In case you haven’t heard, I plan on doing a different natural hair style for every day in February, and I will not spend more than $29 on hair accessories. You can find the rules of my 29 styles, 29 days, $29 challenge here.
To get ideas, I have been combing the Internet to find simple yet creative hair styles. Remember, I don’t have the length that many mature lockers have. To get an idea of the length on my micro locs, check out my length here. I consider my hair to be short.
I have compiled a few inspirational photos that I plan to mimic next month. If you have any ideas for me, shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com.
Source: Black Women Natural Hairstyles
Source: Latrenia Bryant Photography
Source: Curly Nu Growth
By Terez Howard “My scalp hurts when I style my hair.” Have you ever said that or felt that way? Rest assured that you are not alone. Secondly, know that it is not uncommon to feel more “tender headed” when you get locs. Why? Before you had locs, you probably brushed and combed your hair regularly. Once you get locs, that pulling and tugging is gone. That absence might make your scalp extra sensitive to any form of tension, including styling. For me, any style that laid flat on my head, like cornrows or flat twists, bothered my head after one day. It got terribly itchy after a few days. I would keep those hair styles for as long as
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By Terez Howard Twist and Curves so graciously allowed me to post this picture of Asha Mandela, the Guiness Book of World Records holder for the longest locs. Asha’s locs reach 19 feet, 6 inches. While I know that very, VERY few of us will have locs anywhere near that length, I found this creative hair style inspiring. Related Posts:No Related Posts
By Terez Howard When I made the decision to get locs, I knew that a micro size was for me. It was an easy choice. More than 1 year later, I have not been disappointed. I chose micro locs because they give you the freedom to do intricate styling, not to be confused with more styling options. I am not saying that because I have micro locs, I can do more styles than someone with traditional dreadlocks. I am saying that I can do intricate work with the tiny parts. But you might not have it so easy. Some start with Sharpie sized locs and long for pencil thickness. Other start with micro locs and combine to a traditional size.
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By Terez Howard Welcome to my 29 Styles, 29 Days, $29 challenge! 29 natural hair styles by me 29 days, a new hair style for every day in February $29 to spend in hair accessories I decided to do this challenge to encourage others with locs – be they traditional locs, freeform dreadlocks, micro locs, braid locs, whatever – to enjoy styling natural hair. Our hair is very versatile, and this challenge will prove just that. In addition, my micro locs just hit the bottom of my neck, which I consider to be on the shorter side in the locked community. We short-haired lockers are not limited to just a few styles. I’m going to think of 29! Here are
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