You will have your hands filled with the tree, presents, food, elf on the shelf, scary Santa visits, extra guests or travel prep and everything else that’s required to create the Christmas and Kwanzaa holiday magic. The last thing you want to do is to come up with some super ornate hairstyle that’s going to last you for one day.
If you use a Stay On Satin Pocket Bonnet these natural hairstyles for kids should at least get you through Christmas Eve, Christmas, or Kwanzaa Eve and Kwanzaa, and even into the weekend. And that’s the goal, right? To have one less thing to deal with while you’re making Being a Mommy look easy?
Looking for ideas for holiday hairstyles for kids with natural hair?
Well, here are twenty options for long or short hair natural hair that are in the no-fuss category.
To protect baby girl’s natural hairstyle overnight, check out all of these head wrap and head scarf style options (and instructions) . They’ll help keep these adorable hairstyles in place while she sleeps.
In 2016, we’ve seen yet another surge of cultural misappropriation when it comes to traditional hairstyles for beautiful black women. Yet in still, the most gorgeous braided hairstyles of 2016 were worn by beautiful brown sisters who wore their hair in chunky, long, cornrow hairstyles. Looking for a protective natural hairstyle that will allow your hair to rest while the weather is cold and wet? Black women STILL own cornrows, sis!
Check out the ten best braided cornrow hairstyles of 2016 below.
What I love most about these hairstyles is the fact that these sisters have tamed EVERY strand of hair.
If you’re planning to rock your hair in cornrows to keep it protected from the winter weather, here are a couple of products I love most for edge control and some links to where you can find them online.