On this page I’m going to feature a couple different hair styles for teens!
A lot of people have been asking me how I’ve been wearing my hair lately, but to tell the truth, I’ve been pretty lazy with caring for my natural hair.
I’ve been taking pictures of how I’ve been wearing my hair over the last few days so answer your questions!
Nothing fancy, a lot of down hairstyles and twist outs and other quick and easy hairstyles.
And here’s what my hair & I look like at the beginning of the week
Nothing fancy, just cleaned, well stretched hair.
For braiding/twisting the hair you’ll need:
- Rat tail comb
- Wide tooth comb
- Hair moisturizer
- Hair clips to section hair
- Spray bottle filled with water
- Denman Brush
I think I kept them in for about four or five days before taking them out for a twist out. Look at the next picture!
So here are the results from the two strand twists in the picture above. I don’t know what I was thinking, but I was super tired that night and fell asleep with all my hair loose and curly.
Needless to say, the next morning I woke up looking like the wolf man (if you believe in such things) and had to find a new hair style.
What I ended up doing was combing the messy twist out from my hair and adding a few flat twists on the side.
The flat twists weren’t my best, but they didn’t look bad either, considering the fact it had been quite some time since I actually did something remotely fancy to my hair.
I knew that I was going to be working out, being out in the elements, and other things of that nature for the next couple of days, so it was time to put my hair up.
I decided to put it into some medium sized box braids. The process took about an hour. I took them out about five days later for some super epic hair waves!
I wore my hair in waves for about three days, maybe four, before it was starting to get puffy.
Pictured left is the chunky French braids I did using Aloe Vera Gel. They look flat because it I’d slept on them already.
And here are the results from my chunky French braids. I LOVED this braid out. Probably one of the best I’d ever done. I wore my hair like that for the day.
I might have pushed it back with a headband, I can’t remember now.
The next day I decided to try a flat twist out. I didn’t feel like doing a bunch of neat, small ones, so I did about five thick, chunky ones.
Because I made the flat twists so thick, my ends were super puffy so I twisted those into a bantu knot, as you can see in the picture.
Finally, here are the results from my flat twist out.
I liked this twist out because my hair sat at least an inch above my shoulders, so it felt lighter than a lot of the other twist and braid out that I’d worn previously.
And all those styles came from this head of hair!
So, that’s how I’ve been wearing my hair for the last two weeks. Awesome hair styles for teens or what lol! I almost NEVER go that long without a wash and condition, but it was Christmas break and I spent my time with my family and friends instead of doing a bunch of stuff with hair so it worked out. There are awesome hair styles for teens out there!
What I can’t stress enough is this: make your hair fit your lifestyle, not the other way around.
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Lace Braid to Bun
Twist Out & Bun
Braided Headband & Hair Bun