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African American Hairstyle Videos – AAHV

Popular Natural Hairstyles for Black Women


If You Have Short Natural Hair You Will Love This Low Maintenance Hairstyle. Video Tutorial With Great Result!


Today’s tutorial is about how to finger coils your short 4c natural hair. If you’re transitioning or you just like the feel of having short hair and happen to have 4c hair, then I have the perfect style video tutorial for you to follow along with. Just because you have short hair doesn’t mean styles option have to be limited. If you feel like it is then that’s a belief you need to jettison asap.

What makes this style so great is the fact that you can sleep on it for days without taking it out. How awesome is that? Right! But, don’t get too carried away and leave it in longer than the recommended time period, otherwise, your hair will get very tangle. That’s something nobody wants.

finger coil is not a very quick process (Just a quick little disclaimer). If you’re looking for a quick wash and go this style is not it. There are many reasons for finger coiling your hair: It’s very low maintenance-wise, you don’t have to put a lot into it. It pretty much stays the same. It’s a great protective style which is helpful for healthy natural hair growth.

Is your hair short enough to be coiled? Share with us by commenting below.

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