For many women who first go natural, this is their go-to style to help learn their true hair texture.
This traditional African style is not actual knots but tightly wrapped buns. You can rock the buns as is or do a Bantu knot-out for bouncy curls.
This low-manipulation style is the go-to for many coily girls. Not only is it cute, but it’s a great style for length retention, as your hair is not rubbing against your clothes.
We love to do low puffs when we're nearing wash day and feeling a little lazy. You can achieve a sleek look with some gel and a boar-bristle brush.
Don’t have time to “do” your hair? Throw it up in a pineapple of curls that instantly showcases your hair and highlights your face.
An Afro is the best of both worlds: It’s fairly low-maintenance but super stylish for all settings. Pick it out to add extra drama.
Twist-outs are a staple when it comes to easy natural hairstyles because it’s a great low-manipulation style to keep your curls defined and tangle-free during the week.
Curly and coily hair is prone to shrinkage, which can lead to tangles and breakage. Braid-outs help you stretch your hair without the heat.
Is there anything more classic or cool than extra-long box braids?