“Mom, did you see her hair?”
Yep. I got that and a few more stares as I sported my frohawk this past week. I’ve concluded that creating a frohawk on natural hair while sporting this tapered cut is one of the easiest and quickest styles to create. I just want to thank God for quick styles and for my hair! Because I am able to define my coils in such a short amount of time (30 minutes), I have an emergency hairstyle that is an easy go-to. Couple that with my new hair color? CALL ME ROCKSTAR P!
So how in the world did my hair end up like it was in the first place?
Well, I washed and deep conditioned my hair earlier in the week but didn’t style it. To get by, I wore turbans (headpieces) if I had to go out. By day three, I was sick of looking at it. It was dry, it was matted, and it needed some love! I wanted to wear my hair out and opted for something quick and easy hence the frohawk was born.
The style is reallllllly simple. Really. freakin’. simple. Plus, I only needed two products to complete this look: a styler and water. For my styler, I picked up the first thing I saw in my product stash which just so happened to be CURLS Blueberry Control Jelly. I’ve never used it before this style anddddddddd I just don’t know about it quite yet. Gotta use it more to draw a solid conclusion. Results speak volumes – the look is solid.
The style lasted about three days, which was fine because I wanted to wear my hair differently by then. Besides wearing the style out how it was, I also sported it with a hat (learn how to wear a hat on your natural hair here) and that was realllllly cute! Even when I wore my natural hair in a frohawk when it was longer, it never was this easy to execute (probably because it was longer and I never knew how to master defining my coils back then).
So as you can see, this style is quick, easy, and pulls through in the clutch! It will also garner a lot of attention so BE READY to say “Thank You” and smile really big!!
How are you rockin’ your hair these days?