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4 hairstyles for your 4C hair to try out this fall!

it’s a whole new season, so let’s get into some new looks!


one of the best parts about having 4C hair (besides getting to strut in your stunning truth every day, of course!) is the versatility of our kinks and coils.

 

 

 

 

we’re every hairstyle; it’s all in us!


with the change of the weather comes a change of a style. let’s get you hip to a few hairstyles that your 4C hair will love this fall: 


half-up, half-down 


get a full cute look for only half the effort!

 

 

 

what you’ll need: 


step 1: on freshly cleansed and conditioned coils, apply the too soft leave-in conditioner throughout your 4C hair

step 2: using the bristle brush, section the top half of your kinks off. secure this section using one hand; using your other hand, twist your kinks into a ponytail with the hair tie.

step 3: apply the too slick styling cream to your coils to adjust and style as desired.


high puff


let’s take your kinks to higher levels.


this is a super sweet style to wear for practically any and every occasion! 

 

 

need to get in a quick workout? high puff. want to show up and show out for date night? high puff. running errands and stepping deeper in your bag? high puff!


what you’ll need: 


step 1: on freshly cleansed and conditioned coils, apply the too soft leave-in conditioner throughout your 4C hair.

step 2: using the bristle brush, smooth your 4C hair upwards into a large puff. (don’t forget to brush the kitchen upwards as well!)

step 3: secure your coils by wrapping the super long elastic band around twice the puff. 

step 4: apply the too slick styling cream to your edges and use the bristle brush to carefully smooth them upwards.

(optional) step 5: secure 4C ONLY clips on the front or back of your puff for additional styling!


cornrows with a twist


one, if you’re a fren who can cornrow your own hair...props to you. we see you!


two, this is a cool and collected style that fits perfectly with the laid-back vibe that fall brings.

 

 

*heads up, fren: this style works best on medium-to-long 4C hair!


what you’ll need: 


step 1: on freshly cleansed and conditioned coils, apply the too soft leave-in conditioner throughout your 4C hair.

step 2: follow up with applying the too slick styling cream throughout your 4C hair.

step 3: using the fine-tooth comb, section out parts of your 4C hair, working from the front to back.

step 4: carefully cornrow each section of your hair. once completed, use a hair tie to pull the ends of all the cornrows together into a small low bun.

step 5: take the Marley hair out of its pack and carefully fluff out the strands. using a hair tie, twist and loop in the bundle of Marley to where it’s attached to the tie. 

step 6: repeat step 5 with the second pack of Marley hair (optional)

step 7: using the hair tie attachment, secure the Marley hair ponytail around the small low bun. 

step 8: repeat step 7 with the second Marley hair ponytail (optional) 


flat twist-out


don’t let the name fool you! your kinks and coils will be full of volume and life after rocking this easy protective style.

 

 

what you’ll need: 


step 1: on freshly cleansed and conditioned coils, apply the too soft leave-in conditioner throughout your 4C hair.

step 2: follow up with applying the too slick styling cream throughout your 4C hair.

step 3: using hair ties, section your hair into 4 equal parts. (two in the front, two in the back.)

step 4: working through each section, flat-twist your hair into individual twists.

step 5: after keeping your hair in flat twists for a day or two, carefully take down the twists. fluff and separate each twist to your styling desire.

 

 

which style are you ready to try out first, fren? did we miss any hairstyles that would be perfect for your 4C hair? let us know your thoughts down below:

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