Kenyan Hairstyles For Natural Hair!
Kenya is buzzing now, more than ever before. Kenyan women are proudly wearing their kinks and curls. Natural Afro-textured hair is stunning, but there is nothing wrong with giving your hair a makeover. Adhering to that notion, we totally believe hairstyling adds extra beauty to a woman. Explore such Kenyan hairstyles to up your style game!
1. Ghanian Lines
Ghanian lines is a cornrow style, which starts small at the beginning and gets thicker at the back. A classy hairdo done using hair extensions, this style is really popular and a must try! We suggest a deep conditioning treatment such as ProfectiV MegaGrowth Deep Conditioner before you start cornrowing to maintain the moisture level in your hair while wearing this hairstyle. This Kenyan hairstyle is here to stay!
2. Bantu Knots
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An easy Kenyan hairstyle you can surely pull off! Simply twist your hair into coiled buns and rock these funky knots like the goddess that you are! The perk to this is you can later unveil them as twist outs and your curly afro hairstyle is ready. Learn how to make Bantu knots.
3. Classic Braids
The oldest trick in the book! You can hardly go wrong with braids. They are easy to maintain and can last up to three weeks. We swear by Darling Twinkle Braid Jet Black Extensionsfor long and fuller braids. All you need to do is simply loop in the hair extensions with your natural hair and make a three strand braid. Bonus: It is a protective Kenyan hairstyle!
4. Yarn Twists
Not in the mood for typical braids? Want to try something different? This Yarn twist is your go-to Kenyan hairstyle! Be careful and pick a thick yarn which is best suitable for your hair to avoid thinning and breakage of your natural hair. Before braiding, make sure your hair is well fed with nutrition. Our favourite ProfectiV MegaGrowth Deep Conditionerwill help you get that nourishment. Apply it generously on your hair and let it sit for 30 minutes, followed by the wash. After achieving healthy and nourished hair, you can start braiding.
Kenyan hairstyles look flattering on most women and will never go out of style. Some of these hairstyles are simple while others feature over the top accessories. Either of the two, you will look good.