Black Natural Hair Styles that are Great for Transitioning, Protective Styling and Pregnant Women. 

For the Latest Black Natural Hair Styles See Just Below...............

The Following Hairstyles are Great for..............

  • Transitioning from relaxed to natural hair 
  • Pregnant /expecting mothers as it is not recommended to chemically relax your hair while pregnant
  •  Hair styles after making the Big Chop (Cutting off your relaxer)
  • Itchy Scalp Remedies 

Glamorous Afros

An inspirational gallery full of moisturized, healthy, and glamorous looking Afros providing you motivation and ideas on how to rock your own “Fro".

Hair By: Miguel Sterling Houston, TX

Hair By: Miown Mcadams-Bell Chicago, IL 

Hair By: Purdy

Atlantic City, NJ

Hair By: Melanie Rivers Beauty St. Paul , Minnesota

Hair By: Miguel Sterling Houston, TX 

Photo By: Model House Beauty Group

Hair by: Jla D

Washington District of Columbia

Hair By: Princess Palace

Atlanta, GA 

Hair By: Kashea Lane Wichita, Kansas

Hair By: Sharon Johnson Chicago, IL

Hair By: Miguel Sterling Houston, TX 

Hair By: Ms. Super Cosmos

San Francisco, CA 

Hair By: Ximena Curtis Daytona Beach, FL

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From Crochet braids, Tree braids, Micro Braids, Box Braids, aka Janet braids to the simple Wash and Go Braid Out look. 

This gallery of black natural hair styles is another classic that makes a great option for protective hair styling.

Hair By: Tavia K  Miami, FL

Hair By: Tavia K Miami, FL

Hair By: Alisa Hampton College Park, Mayland

Hair By: The Stylist Indie's Pittsburg, CA

Hair By: Corried Robinson Austin, TX

Hair By: Hair Gasym

  Waldorf, MD

Hair By: Camille Tangan

Los Angeles, CA

Hair By: Tavia K Miami, FL

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General Black Natural Hair Styles

Hair By: Deidre

New York, NY(Back View)

Hair By: Larinda Burnside

Florissant, Missouri

Hair By: Lakeesha Lawrence 

Atlanta, GA 

Hair By: Deidre

New York, NY(Front View)

Hair By: Winkaveli

Columbus, OH

Hair By: Glam By Lex Elk Grove, CA

Hair By: Jasmin Rhee Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hair By: InHair Ent Beauty

Greenbelt, MD 

Hair By: May Rai

 Las Vegas, NV

Hair By: Mika Styles Me    Baltimore, MD

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Dread locs are a protective styling option that’s great for transitioning or even after making the Big Chop and cutting your relaxer off. 

Rather you’re just starting your journey to growing locs, or already have them, allow the following images give you motivation and get tips to starting them.  

Styling Options for Starting Locs..............

  • Coils
  • Two Strand Twist 
  • Wigs
  • Extensions- Using Kinky afro textured bulk weave
  • Braids: Using Bulk Human hair. This hair is nice but some have claimed it leaves a flat appearance at the top.

Hair By: Codie Jovan

Atlanta, GA 

Hair By:Tea Janeane

 Detroit, MI

Yarn Braids

Hair By: Clipper Beast

Austin, TX 

Hair By: Amiraj

Montaclair, New Jersey 

Hair By: Canela Touch

Brooklyn, NY

Faux Dreads

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Twisting your hair in the form of Kinky twists, Flat Twists, Senegalese Twists, or even Twists Outs, are another one of the black natural hair styles originated from Senegal, Africa and worn most by women in  D.C.

The Kinky, Flat, and Senegalese Twists, are great for hiding and protecting your real hair, protecting it from excessive heat and other things that may cause damage from being exposed. 

Best Hair for Twisting ...................

  • Kinky Twists: Mambo Hair 
  • Sengalelese Twists: Human Hair for if you wish to have straight ends

Hair By: The Goddess of Beauty

Miami Gardens, FL 

Hair By:  Meah Tweh

Detroit, MI

Hair By: Aronda Denise 

Philadelphia, PA 

Hair By: Tavia K Miami, FL

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Itchy Scalp Remedies..............Tried and Tested!

1.(ACV) Apple Cider Vinegar Solution and Water

Mixing half part (ACV)Apple Cider Vinegar and Water rinse, clarifies, unclog your pores, and cuts build up at the roots as well.

You can use a Salon plastic applicator bottle with the pointed nozzle at the tip. I love the nozzle because it really gets in between the braids, and distribute the solution over your scalp evenly with protective hairstyles. 

I swear by this stuff for all black natural hair styles. It even makes my regular Sew- Ins last so much longer without weighing the hair down with heavy oils! 

2. Sunny Isle - Jamaican Black Castor Oil 

Be easy with this to not get to much on your weave as it will weigh it down but it makes your itchy scalp feel amazing.

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