The glamourous pinned down crown, sometimes accessorised with a head
scarf is bold. This style is very protective of the hair ends.
The beautiful puff extended with a kinky braid , could be accessorised with head band scarf as well. It is quicker to achieve, I just lay down my edges with a scarf for about an hour.
The frohawk is super amazing, It needs a dried well tswistout, I just pinned the sides and fluffed the centre with a wide toothed comb, for a “volumous effect”
The high bun should not be too tight to preserve the edges.
The rolled-crown and pushback is a hairstyle that I made one day and just madeup this name because I couldn’t remember seeing it before.
The full head-scarve coverage is a rescue option for sleep lovers like me who wake up late and are too busy for hairstyling. They are lovely and protect my hair so much from rain and wind.
The simple twisted, rose effect is a great one for a windy day , I worry less about the scarf being blown away by the wind,
the simple twisted crown
the sassy flower effect from leteisi cloth is great for special occasions , unlike at work and school where you move up and down and the flower might just unravel.
The simply banded as the name says, it is for my “lazy hair days” , It is great for keeping hair off my forehead to give me that crown shape.
The simple puff is wonderful when my hair is stretched.
Finger-combed/stretched or free takes a little bit of time as well because I have to shape and redefine with my fingers, Rain and wind are my worst enemies when my hair is free.
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