Protective styles are commonly practiced among natural girls! Examples of protective styles are twists, the Bantu knots seen here, braids, buns, full sew-insany style that doesnt require the hair to be loose, especially the ends. This is done to retain moisture and keep the ends from splitting. In addition, they’re also very convenient and time sparing. This type of styling is very common among those with tighter curl patterns.
Kinky or tightly curled or coiled hair is more prone to breakage when it is constantly combed, brushed and styled. Protective styling eliminates this by allowing women to reduce how often they have to handle or manipulate their hair, in turn, helping it to grow. Zest up your protective styles with hair accessories.