Natural Styles

Relaxing your hair is like being in prison. You're caged in. Your hair rules you. You didn't go running with Curt today because you don't want to sweat out this straightness. You're always battling to make your hair do what it wasn't meant to do.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Coils

Coils areĀ  curls that can be achieved by using a comb or your fingers. This style is created by dividing the hair into small sections adding a great styling creme and twirling them around to create a perfect single strand twist/ coils. Once executed and maintained properly, coils can lasts for weeks. And subsequently be gently separated to form a second hair style. The Coil Out.

Two strand twist

A two-strand twist is a hairstyle created by taking a section of hair, splitting it in two and then wrapping each section around the other, until the entire section is rope-like in appearance. Once executed and maintained properly, two strand twist can lasts for weeks. And subsequently be gently separated to form a second hair style. The Twist Out.

Two strand flat twist

Flat twists are very similar to cornrows but much easier do they are created by using two strands of hair. The hair is parted in the direction in which the flat twist is to go and then like the two strand twist it is wrapped around each other while very small sections of hair is picked up and added to the twist anchoring the entire twist to the scalp.

Bantu knots

Bantu knots are a cute, flirty style traditionally sported by African woman of certain cultural groups and some women of African descent. However, these knots work well with just about all hair types. They are not actually knots! Instead, they are small, coiled buns secured against the side of the head. Regardless, if you uncoil your Bantu knots after you've sported them, you can create a second, curly hairstyle known as a Bantu knot-out.