Here are styles 5-8! Click for Part 1 of the article Styles 1-4

5. Summer, Summer, Summertime! Sunglasses

It’s the perfect time to get some use out of your collection of sunnies. I like cheap ones because I lose them and break them often. Florida’s rivers and lakes just gobble them up. I slide them on top of my head when I’m indoors or at dusk. Stylish and functional!

6. Boho Indie Rocker

Music festivals? yes please! Here’s a headband that’s great for holding down natural hair and must have for all you indie lovers. Goes great with maxi dresses, sandals, and rocking out with your *ahem* you know the rest…

Smooth all your braids down. I parted my hair slightly off center because center parts are the devil’s work. Place the headband over your braids. Leave the front of the headband resting on or right below your hairline. Pull the back of the headband down to your nape and grab handfuls of braids at the back so they lie on top of the headband. Don’t worry about getting all the braids on top of it, if the style is messy you are on the right track.





7. Old Faithful

This one is probably the easiest of the style requiring bobby pins and works on any length of bangs. Take just your bangs and roll them to one side tucking the braids in towards your head. Roll the entire section then pin it in place at the crown of your head. Style the rest of your hair in any way. This works great with headbands, loose hair, and updos. I’m wearing a side bun in this pic. 🙂

8. The Pompadour 


This is a style that’s regained popularity in the last 5 years or so. It works well on loose hair and braided hair. I use about 4 bobby pins to secure the shorter braids that end up on top. Start with your hair parted so your section left out is wide (from brow to brow) and medium depth (maybe 2-3 inches). Twist the hair while pulling it back. Pin at the base of the twist using 2 bobby pins facing each other. Flatten out the hair at the crown and pin it down so it blends with the rest of the hair. I put the bulk of my hair in a simple bun but any updo works well with a pompadour.

 

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