It is then given a moisturizer and ‘protected’ by braids, twists, and other stuffs. It means that most of them are designed for a long hair. What about the protective styles for short natural hair? Here are some inspiration for you.
Diagonal Side Twist
This first protective hairstyles for short natural hair is by making a diagonal twist down one side. You may start from the front left side and the twist goes diagonally to the right end of your hair. The remaining hair is slicked for the finished hair do.
Elegant Flat Twist Up do
This up do does require long hair. You can do it by stretching the hair. The way to stretch it can be done via banding, twist- out, braid-out, and other ways. This is relatively simple, and what you need to have is some bobby pins to make it stays neat and gorgeous. You can add accessories along the buns, or maybe a fresh flower. This is a nice hair styles for going to a formal occasion.
Classis 1940’s Up Do
Another up do to go will pull you back to 1940’s. This protective hair styles is started by creating a part down in the middle of your head by leaving a section out in the front in your natural short hair. Use bobby pins to intact the upward twist from each section. What will be done to the front part? Make it into classis pompadour.
Chignon with Cornrows
We are going to more expert hairstyle by making it into chignon with cornrows. You need to master the basic cornrowing skill to do this one. The front hair is divided into some parts to be made as a small ‘buns’ at the back side. This is suitable for those with medium and high density hair. It will not make your hair to be too volumized.