Top BunTransitioning phase: one year in The one-year mark is when the struggle starts to get real. Finding a cute, chic way to tame your new texture is not easy, and this is an inconspicuous way to keep it under wraps. If you have longer hair, this is a great go-to style for when you want to wear it away from your face (or are just having one of those lazy days). "The wide band keeps roots smooth," says Latimer.
3 DIY 'Dos For Naturally Textured Tresses #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/47289#slide19 Once all hair is tucked and pinned into the puff, accessorize it! Williams says you can wrap twine or ribbon around it, pin in some flowers, or add a cute accessory, like we did here with these Goody Double Wear Chain Link headbands.
4 Fresh Holiday 'Dos For Natural Hair #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/57723#slide-36 Smooth pomade along the hairline to keep baby hairs in place. Miko used Miss Jessie’s Baby ButterCreme for softness and a gentle hold.
"I had no clue my hair would spark so much discussion. Like, I read about my hair on blogs: Is it a weave? (Sometimes.) A wig? (Nope.) Pieces? (Occasionally.) Is she bald? (Not since 2011). This is my hair... 5 months ago in Panama. I haven't had a perm in over 3 years. #bellebestof2014" Photo taken by @abelleinbk on Instagram, pinned via the InstaPin iOS App! http://www.instapinapp.com (12/29/2015)