African-American women who give up their relaxers to go natural may find that they need new hair care regimens. A proper routine and use of products can help keep natural hair soft and beautiful once it has fully grown o... More »

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To maintain African-American dreadlocks, make sure to wash, moisturize and condition your hair regularly. Find a good "loctician" to help with products and styling. Protect hair at night by wrapping it in a scarf or usin... More »

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African-American braided wigs require the same amount of care as straight, curly and wavy hair. The wigs need to be regularly washed and properly stored when not in use. More »

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Popular African-American weave styles include mid-length beachy waves, long tousled bob with bangs, long glamorous curls and sexy blond curls. These weave hairstyles are made popular by African-American celebrities. More »

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To make African-American hair curly, wash and condition it, wrap sections around straws, pin them up, dry the hair, remove the straws, and apply hair oil. The supplies you need are shampoo, conditioner, a towel, a comb, ... More »

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Some easy bun hairstyles for African-American women include the fluffy top-knot updo and the twisted bun updo. The high braided bun and the chunky flat-twist bun updo are other bun hairstyles for African-American women. More »

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Examples of hairstyles for women with naturally curly hair include ballerina bands, romantic updos and half-up half-down styles. The best way to begin styling curly hair is to let it air dry and keep it moisturized. More »

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