If you want your hair to look top-notch every time you leave the house but don’t want to spend hours trying to achieve that perfect style, your ideal solution is one of the many easy and cute low maintenances hairstyles for natural hair. Here are 10 styles for you to try!
1. Top Bun
A top bun is a fantastic hairstyle for when you want to take all the hair from your neck and shoulders – for example, during the hottest days. If your hair is at the necessary length, creating a top bun won’t take you more than a few minutes, and with a couple of hairpins, it will stay in place for the whole day.
2. Half Cornrows
Cornrows are one of the most popular protective hairstyles for natural hair, but wearing a head full of cornrows can get tiring after a while. Half cornrows allow you to get the best of both worlds and are simply a breeze to create and maintain.
3. Bob Braids
In case you are a diehard fan of braids but want to try something new with your hair, here is a great idea for you. These bob braids look very chic, feel extremely comfortable, and don’t need any excessive styling on a daily basis.
4. Bantu Knots
Bantu knots are the perfect hairstyle to try if you are looking for a fresh and trendy way to style your hair. Bantu knots have been known for ages, but after being popularized by celebrities like Rihanna, they became the go-to low maintenance hairstyle for thousands of girls.
5. Braided Updo
You probably enjoy wearing your braids with minimal styling every day, but when you need a hairstyle for a special occasion or simply want to spice up your look, the easiest way to transform your braids is to create an elegant braided updo.
6. Pineapple Updo
The hairstyle known under the funny name of pineapple updo is essentially a way to put all your hair up front. This is a charming and youthful hairstyle to wear every day, but it is also a clever way to sleep with curls and twist-outs without damaging them.
7. Halo Braid
A halo braid is probably the easiest way to transform your hair from everyday to special occasion styling. Halo braids look fabulous in a casual setting, but they can also be the one thing that completes your look for a party, wedding, or another important event.
8. Braided Ponytail
When you are very proud of your luscious braids but want to try something new, the most effortless way to style your hair is in a high ponytail. The beauty of a ponytail is that you can add any accessories you want to it or let it shine solo.
A TWA, or teeny weeny afro, is the perfect low maintenance hairstyle for a number of reasons. First, it’s a great choice when you are growing out your natural hair. Second, it’s not as short as a buzzcut and looks more casual. Third, it requires little to no styling and will look good no matter what.
The ultimate low maintenance hairstyle – in fact, this hairstyle does not require any maintenance at all – is the buzzcut. Of course, it takes a lot of courage to just chop your hair off, but women who have already done it say it’s very liberating on top of being super convenient.
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