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Pretty Protectivestyle by @mrshairtoday2012 “Happy Friday! This is day 9! Instead of wearing my wash and go, I decided to twist my hair on each side and wear a low bun. I did apply some more @auntjackiescurlsandcoils flaxseed gel to my edges. The hair accessory is a gold rope band to fab it up a little. My makeup is subtle with gold eyeshadow. I’m trying to get this makeup game together.  #Hair2mesmerize #naturalhair #healthyhair #teamnatural #naturalhairjourney ...

Pretty Protectivestyle by @mrshairtoday2012 “Happy Friday! This is day 9! Instead of wearing my wash and go, I decided to twist my hair on each side and wear a low bun. I did apply some more @auntjackiescurlsandcoils flaxseed gel to my edges. The hair accessory is a gold rope band to fab it up a little. My makeup is subtle with gold eyeshadow. I’m trying to get this makeup game together. #Hair2mesmerize #naturalhair #healthyhair #teamnatural #naturalhairjourney ...

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Afrosheena "Blown-Out Fro" @Napturaldivas2adore

Braid-Out Transitioning phase: start to one year in Braid-outs are great for helping blend your two textures. You can go the cornrow route, as seen here, or do free-form box braids. Leave them in overnight (on damp or dry hair) for the best results. When you take them out the next morning, you'll have big, beautiful hair, reminiscent of the '90s crimp look. To keep strands from frizzing, Latimer recommends protecting your braids at night by wearing a silk scarf.

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Braid-Out Transitioning phase: start to one year in Braid-outs are great for helping blend your two textures. You can go the cornrow route, as seen here, or do free-form box braids. Leave them in overnight (on damp or dry hair) for the best results. When you take them out the next morning, you'll have big, beautiful hair, reminiscent of the '90s crimp look. To keep strands from frizzing, Latimer recommends protecting your braids at night by wearing a silk scarf.