Hair Styles For Black Girls
Hair Styles For Black Girls

Hair Styles For Black Girls

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Hair Styles For Black Girls – So I’m starting off with my deep side part,then I make somewhat of a part in the middle of my head to separate my hair.

And I spraya little bit of water because you know we are not supposed to manipulate our hair whenit is dry.

Then I flat twist the side.

Now I’m telling you that I am not an expert atthis, and you don’t have to be either, so just flat twist it the best you can.

You havethe option to bobby pin this as you go, or wait till the end.

I waited till the end.

I’m going to carry this flat twist all the way to the back of my head, then all the wayto the side because Zoey’s bun was actually on the side of her head.

I always try to adda little gel to my edges before I get started just so they are sleek and laid down honey,laid down.

I’m going to flat twist this the same way.

Make sure you are actually flattwisting away from your head.

To me, this looks neater, but whatever floats your boat.

I’m using one of those twisty tie things that’s not supposed to get tangled into your hair.

I don’t know what it’s called, but you know what I’m talking about.

I will leave a linkto all of the products that I’m using in the description box below.

If you are in a hurry,you can stop here, but in order to actually have the look that Zoey had you’re going toroll the ponytail up into a bun.

In order to create the look of a bigger bun, withoutweaves or an extension, I’m going to roll the hair between my fingers and then bobbypin it.

I’m going to do that with each piece.

Some on the bottom, some on the side, untilI get a fully formed bun.

Don’t forget to check out my last two videos.

Thanks for watching,and I will see you next Saturday.

Bye!.