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6 Different Natural Hairstyles You Can Wear in The Workplace

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6 Different Natural Hairstyles You Can Wear in The Workplace

Natural Hairstyles in the Workplace

Struggling to maintain your natural hair can be a process. Ladies, when working at a professional workplace don’t be afraid to show off your beautiful black natural hair. When it comes to your hair, spice it up a little and experiment with different hairstyles. Embracing your natural hair will boost your confidence and will express your creative style.

Several hairstyles that can be worn with all natural hair types: 

  • Halo braids
  • Two front braids with a ponytail bush
  • Slick back low ponytail
  • Bun
  • Bantu Knots 

The Process of Styling Your Natural Hair

For starters, the essentials you will need is shampoo, conditioner or leave-in conditioner, hair oil, a wide tooth comb, a wig brush, a regular brush, and hair bands. In order to keep your hair healthy, you must find natural hair products that work for your hair type. There are hundreds of natural hair products to use such as Shea Moisture, Cantu, ECO styler, and more. To find more natural hairstyles, click the link to watch a tutorial on “20 Super Quick and Easy Hairstyles for Work (Natural Hair 4abc)” by Being Faith. Or if you want to learn more about our natural trends continue your search on Black Girls Health.

By Nyah Scott 

Farah Green
Farah Green
Web Content Manager

As a body activist, speaker and exercise nutrition coach, Farah is on a mission to break the generational curse of chronic disease among women of color and help them embrace their bodies by helping them build more self-love and confidence. She has helped hundreds of women create a healthy lifestyle for themselves and their families. As the web content manager for BGH, Farah will share various health and wellness tips that will help every woman improve their quality of life through health, wellness, and nutrition. Farah and the web content team is dedicated to educating women on how to best take care of themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually. Our goal is to help you make your health more of a priority.

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