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Vacation Perfect Natural Hairstyles You Will Love!

5 Vacation-ready Natural Hairstyles You will Love

More black women are traveling and not just for family vacations. We are taking girl trips, traveling alone or just exploring the world with our significant other. From every inch of the world we can be seen snapping pics and experiencing vacation travel with ease. While traveling can pose it's own challenges, traveling and finding the perfect natural hairstyle for beauty, ease and comfort can be an even bigger hurdle.

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5 Vacation-ready Natural Hairstyles You will Love

From trying to find our coveted products in Bali to finding a natural hair salon in Paris, black women are trying to make the best of traveling without hairstyle concerns. What can this natural hair blog do to help? We can show you how to rock an easy vacation style that will allow you to worry less about your hair and more about getting the best pics imaginable. Check out 5 of the best below along with videos on how to install them yourselves:

Faux Locs

Faux Locs are the perfect style to rock this summer if you’re looking for a fresh spin to your summer look. They are super easy to care for while taking in anexciting safari or walking  around Nasrullah Meydanı square. You can rock them long, medium length or short depending on the look you’re going for. 

They are trendy, easy to maintain but know they take some getting with the added weight. Opt for going as short as you would like so not to have added tension on your scalp. Here's how you can do them yourself to save a few coins for the trip!

Box Braids

I LOVE box braids and will forever swoon to the long ones. Box braids are a classic style you see black women rocking on vacation. While this isn’t really an innovative style, it’s still one to consider since they last long, are low maintenance, and super cute while you sip wine in Napa Valley. 

Just like faux Locs, these braids can be rocked long, medium or short, thick, thin and everywhere in between but the upside from Faux Locs is that box braids are lighter on the scalp.  ForeverCryssy has a great tutorial for beginners: 




Ghana Braids 
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Everyone’s familiar with cornrows, but Ghana braids are a very similar and an easy style to rock this summer. If you’re interested in cornrowing your hair but are afraid that cornrows will make you look too harsh or masculine, Ghana braids could be a great alternative for you. 

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This technique feeds small amounts of weave into the cornrow as it’s braided instead of adding all of the hair at once. This allows the braid to gradually increase in size as it goes from beginning to end. This style will not last as long as the previous ones mentioned but it will up well for you for the entire Lake of Stars Music + Arts Project. Here’s MariaAntoinetteTv’s tutorial on how to achieve Ghana braids: 




Senegalese Twists

If you’re not too good at braiding, twisting your hair is another option for you to choose from this summer. Senegalese twists stay popular because they are regal and look great on everyone.  Large Senegalese twists are easy to install and a lovely alternative to braids as you pick your perfect Airbnb for your stay in Cuba.  Senegalese twists are also a little more lightweight than box braids, offering a little less stress on your scalp. 




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This is how I normally rock my hair on vacay. I love my hair wild and free and just jump in the shower, wet my hair, add conditioner and go.  If you’re not big on braids and you don’t really like protective styles, wearing your hair in a wash & go or big fluffy braidout may be another option for you. This will leave you to be as carefree and sexy as you could ever want while taking in tours and feasting on red snapper in Freeport, Bahamas.

This style is probably not ideal for ones who get a ton of tangles if you hate fighting with frizz during humid climates. If you care less about frizz and tangles are not a big problem then you here’s a super simple and very close to my routine wash go video. 



However you choose to rock your hair while on vacay, make sure to moisturize, protect and nurture those tresses while you have the time of your life.

How do you rock your hair while on vacation Naturals?
Sabrina
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