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When installed correctly, protective styles are a great way to give your hair a break and help to retain length. Sew in’s are a popular option, but in the past, straight hair was the only option when purchasing high quality hair. With a decline in relaxer sales and women going back to their natural textures more than ever, brands have begun to take notice. Not only are shelves packed with more natural hair care products, but hair extension companies have begun to make the transition as well. Over the years, new brands have sprouted in order to our to fill the void of weaves, wigs and clip ins that mimic our naturally curly textures. With an understanding of different curl patterns, these companies also have a variety of curl types available depending on how tight or loose your curl pattern is.
Who Is This Perfect For?
- Natural Hair ladies who want a protective style while maintaining a natural look that is easily blendable with their own hair (closures are typically available with most brands as well)
- Chemically relaxed women who want to “test drive” the look of a naturally curly texture before deciding to transition or do a big chop
5 Black Owned Natural Textured Hair Weave Brands ||
What I love about this movement is seeing the entrepreneurial spirits of Black women taking power within the Black hair community. Ericka Dotson is a veteran in the high game and is full of knowledge. In this video featured on curlBOX tv, she breaks down curly weave tips and the differences between a variety of weave types (Brazilian, Malaysian, etc). This is the most informational video on weaves I’ve ever seen. You’ll be impressed and maybe surprised at the things you’re about to learn.
Indique Hair Co-Founder Ericka Dotson Explains How To Maintain Curly Hair Extensions ||
Have You Tried Naturally Curly Textured Hair Weaves?
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