Tutorial Tuesday: Still Protecting!

Screen Shot 2013-02-24 at 6.41.19 PMSo, I’m still protecting my hair and I have some curlies doing this challenge with me. There have been days when I’ve been so irritated with trying to come up with a style that is not only cute and protective but one that will last all week.

Here is a style that I came up with using the Havana Hair that I purchased a couple months ago. It was purchased from FIngerComber. If you are interested in purchasing, use coupon code: GRANOLAHEADS2010 to get a shipping upgrade!

Without further ado, here is the tutorial. Again, no long post today! See you tomorrow!

If you are interested in joining the protective style challenge, email me at staywoo.art@gmail.com.

Until next time…


One thought on “Tutorial Tuesday: Still Protecting!

  1. I have natural hair and I have kept it natural my whole life ( I have not been here too long but long enough ) that I have more recently started to do my hair myself. Reading what you said about hair damage, is so true when it comes to heat. I used to always wear braids and then I started to get my hair “straightened” with the hot comb for a few years….and I do now sometimes with the flat iron. I must say I would use the thickness of my hair as an excuse to why “flat ironing” was the only thing I could do ( out of laziness honestly ) buut reading your natural hair FAQ and seeing that you do tutorials for natural hair styles…I am definitely going to check out your You tube channel for ways to do my hair so that it can be strong and healthier. By the way, what is the protective style challenge about ? Have a blessed day : )

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