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5 hairstyles Black women can rock during the fall season

Here’s some hair ideas on how to keep the looks hot
5 hairstyles Black women can rock during the fall season
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Here are a few fall-friendly hairstyles to rock this season, whether attending football games, outdoor concerts or homecoming activities.

Braids and locs: Although braids and locs are perfect styles for vacation, they are also great protective styles during the fall. These styles will help to avoid frizz and can also be worn with different braid patterns and colors such as burgundy, burnt orange, and other fall-friendly colors.

Frontal wigs: Frontals are one of the best ways to rock color without chemically dying your hair or making any drastic changes to natural hairdo’s. With a frontal you have the flexibility to wear any style or color you want.

Sew-in weave (minimal leave-out): Traditional sew-ins are always our go-to as they are great for style longevity. Although hair weaves can be a bit pricy ranging anywhere from a couple of hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars, they can last for months with proper maintenance. This style is less time-consuming for daily care and upkeep and works well for active women with busy schedules.

High ponytails: Providing a slick and chic look, ponytails are always reliable. Although this style may not last as long in comparison to others, it is a fun look, and perfect for casual activities and professional events this fall.

Natural coils and color: Coiled and colored hair are welcomed all year long but are especially cool for fall since they can be as eye-catching as the season’s grand entrance. This style is great for haircare since it doesn’t require heat straightening or blow-drying.

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