Gorgeous and Easy Wedding or Prom Updo

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Naptural85 is back with a gorgeous updo fit for a wedding or the prom! Check it out

What do you think ladies? Would you rock this?

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Black Girl With Long Hair

Black Girl With Long Hair

Leila, founding editor of Black Girl with Long Hair (April 2008), social media and black beauty enthusiast. When I'm not here, I'm moderating a Facebook group for black mothers called Black Moms Connect.

 

18 thoughts on “Gorgeous and Easy Wedding or Prom Updo

  1. I would definitely rock it, unfortunately I am still not good enough at styling my own hair to do that style but I am working at upping my game. I have been following her on You Tube almost from the beginning & she just keeps getting more & more inspiring.

  2. Yes, I would wear that style just to go to the store too! She is awesome and very informative! Wow, simple gorgeous!

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    • Neither is mine :\ I’m at the awkward and terribly frustrating “too long for short styles & too short for long styles” stage. We’ll get there in time!

      • Oh Dananana, I feel your pain. I’m about 21 months post BC and my hair is growing but I’m smack in the middle of that awkward stage. My hair is too long for this style but not long enought to rock the styles I see Naputural85 sporting. I’m hope going into my my 2nd and 3rd year I get some lenght to do those awesome updos!!

    • Having long hair or short hair is not relevant. Her videos are inspiring and eventually with good care my hair will get long and I’ll be revisiting this style. In the meantime, I see no harm in watching and learning. That’s what its all about.

    • Wow, that’s pretty fast from June. I vote for setrohr. :)I used to have short hair, but long for me is just easier to manage. At least I don’t have to go to the salon every 6 weeks like when I did when I had short hair.

  4. Hm. Not a huge fan of this style. I don’t like the two chunky curls in the front, they remind of the curls that Hasadic Jewish men wear for religious purposes. I think she looks prettier when her hair is down because it’s so long and pretty that it does a great job framing her face. I would like the entire style better without the two curls in the front and the five little pins in the middle. Maybe one big flower to the side?

    • We don’t have prom in England, but I love all these dresses! Their siplmicity and the girls’ ability to actually dance in them is so charming, it’s nice that prom was about dancing and having fun rather than just the clothes like it’s portrayed now.From Carys of

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