Finger Coils Updo on Natural Hair Protective Style
Protective styles do not only have to be braids, Senegalese twists, Havana twists, or cornrows. As long as the ends of the hair is protected, it is a protective style. There is a difference between protective styles and low manipulation styles. Do you know the differences?
For this style, it is important to moisturize your hair, especially your ends, before putting it into the updo.
The cool thing about this style is that if you do not want to roll and tuck the sides, you can flat twists or cornrow them.
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