What are cute hairstyles for thick hair?

My hair is sometimes hard to brush in the morning if I dont take a shower the day before bucause I have a pool in my backard. What are some easy, cute, and fast hairstyles without all the sprays, and gels??

Answer #1

Well I think your hair looks really short in this picture. Maybe a couple of bows around your ears so it will look like pigtails. Not too tight, though. You have such a cute nose. Seriously, do you have picture of yourself? Should I check out your profile? I think I will go do that right now.

Answer #2

I have thik hair which iz bushi en you kan curl it…bun…plaits…fishtail plait

Answer #3

Well… I have thick hair myself and I tend to put my hair up in a messy bun. It helps to wet your hair before putting it up. Try french plaits or just a normal pony tail. Avoid using sprays etc. all the time as it will build up on your hair and leave it even harder to brush. If your hair is too thick for you to handle, get your hair thinned out regularly (every 6 weeks).

Answer #4

Well… I have thick hair myself and I tend to put my hair up in a messy bun. It helps to wet your hair before putting it up. Try french plaits or just a normal pony tail. Avoid using sprays etc. all the time as it will build up on your hair and leave it even harder to brush. If your hair is too thick for you to handle, get your hair thinned out regularly (every 6 weeks).

Answer #5

Well… I have thick hair myself and I tend to put my hair up in a messy bun. It helps to wet your hair before putting it up. Try french plaits or just a normal pony tail. Avoid using sprays etc. all the time as it will build up on your hair and leave it even harder to brush. If your hair is too thick for you to handle, get your hair thinned out regularly (every 6 weeks).

Answer #6

Well… I have thick hair myself and I tend to put my hair up in a messy bun. It helps to wet your hair before putting it up. Try french plaits or just a normal pony tail. Avoid using sprays etc. all the time as it will build up on your hair and leave it even harder to brush. If your hair is too thick for you to handle, get your hair thinned out regularly (every 6 weeks).

Answer #7

Well… I have thick hair myself and I tend to put my hair up in a messy bun. It helps to wet your hair before putting it up. Try french plaits or just a normal pony tail. Avoid using sprays etc. all the time as it will build up on your hair and leave it even harder to brush. If your hair is too thick for you to handle, get your hair thinned out regularly (every 6 weeks).

Answer #8

Well… I have thick hair myself and I tend to put my hair up in a messy bun. It helps to wet your hair before putting it up. Try french plaits or just a normal pony tail. Avoid using sprays etc. all the time as it will build up on your hair and leave it even harder to brush. If your hair is too thick for you to handle, get your hair thinned out regularly (every 6 weeks).

Answer #9

Well if your black then whats you should do is put in two strand twist. They are sooo easy and so cute the next day! So the first day you put them in and you have twist in your hair, and then the second day you can take them out and your have cute spiral curls! What you need is: a rat tail comb (for parting), sculpting gel, wide tooth comb, and small curlers (if you want them to have a curl at the end). First you should wash your hair and condition VERY well, then you need your hair to be damp so part your section (about and inch. for each twist) and comb through it and then put the sclupting gel on the hair and start twisting! This works for relaxed and natural (I recommend not doing this though after a fresh perm wait about 3 weeks). I hope I helped!

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