By Black Hair Hub | Jun 25, 2019
Ending highschool with the perfect prom-posal is only half the battle won. The real struggle is landing that perfect prom dress and the best hair style to go with it!
So dress aside, we’re telling you exactly what do you do with a head full of gorgeous natural hair? Spoiler alert – Hairstyles that’ll make your prom date go weak in the knees follow below.
The classic sleek bun is just what you need for the perfect prom night look. It is a frizz-free and hassle-free way to dance the night away. Simply use a styling mousse and the Profectiv Mega Growth Leave-In Conditioner to prevent flyaways and also to make sure your hair stays in place for long. Part your hair in the middle using a tail comb and make sure that your hair has no fly-aways by using some extra mousse on the edges. Using a rubber band to tie a ponytail. Now wrap the loose hair around the ponytail to make a bun and secure with pins. Ladies, meet the bun of your dreams!
Always dreamt of that dreamy Rapunzel braid? Prom night is the perfect occasion to flaunt the side jumbo fish tail braid. For this look, we suggest using Darling One Million Braid extensions as they are super light and won’t tug on your natural hair. Make a side ponytail and separate into two big sections. Take half an inch section from the left ponytail. Pull it across the top of the right chunk of hair over to the right side. Next, take half an inch section of hair from the right chunk of hair across the top over to the left section. Repeat this process until you run out of hair. Make sure you finger brush every strand and also secure the braid tightly with an elastic band at the end.
Give your traditional twists a much needed upgrade with a glam updo like this one. Part your hair into equal sections then begin twisting each section. Next, take the ends of the twists nearest to the ear and start forming a braid near the nape of your neck gathering the ends of the twists.
Check out Protective Hairstyles for Natural Hair for some more natural hair inspo.
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