Multiple textures. It’s the bane of most naturals’ existence; you have loose hair on one side, curly hair on the other and kinky by the crown. Fortunately highly textured hair is extremely versatile, and there are many ways to camouflage multiple textures. Here are a few ideas
Pulling your hair up into a bun is one of the simplest ways to get a neat, uniform look. Try a cinnabun if you’re feeling fancy. Click here for a cinnabun tutorial.
Updos are a great professional and formal option and the variations are limitless! See more looks from Noddy here.
Blowouts aren’t just good for length checks, they’re a great as a stand-alone style or as a base for stretched styles. Just keep in mind that blowdrying takes precious moisture out of strands so be sure to re-moisturize. See more looks from Adaku here.
4. Defined Twist-Outs
Another option that works great on any length. Be sure to do the style on damp hair and seal with a heavy product to get more shine and definition. See more looks from Ebony here.
5. Rod and Straw Sets
What do you think of our list? And what’s your favorite style for hiding multiple textures?