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Hair Archives: Easy Frohawk Tutorial


Hey naturals!

I wanted to share once again my go to fun/funky/wild hairstyle (other than my picked out afro). I absolutely LOVE fro hawks and think it is one of the easiest hairstyles to do, once you master the technique. Another great thing is that it can be done with short, medium or long hair. When I started out I had about an inch and a half of hair (just enough to braid) and it worked out great!

There are two ways to do a fro hawk:
Braid/flat twist the sides of your hair and separate the middle section. This one is particularly fun because you can either leave the middle section alone and let your natural hair do it's thing OR you can two strand twist the section. I sometimes like this option because it is two styles in one. Wear the two strand twists for a week then take it out and wear a fro hawk for the following week.

Here is my tutorial for my braided fro hawk when I had a TWA (teenie weenie afro).


Here are some variations of the braided/twisted fro hawk:

Then you have the Pinned fro hawk. All you have to do is flatten and pin the sides of your hair, leaving the middle section exposed. This is another great option because once you get the hang of it, you can do it in under 10 minutes (I have in under 4 minutes before). This hairstyle is great for an old wash and go, or an old twist/braid out that you want to stretch for another day or so.

Here is my tutorial for the pinned fro hawk. This took less than 4 minutes:

Here are some variations of the braided/twisted fro hawk:





Well I hope you guys try out the fro hawk! If you do and would like to share your pictures feel free to comment with pictures =)

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Hair Archives: Easy Frohawk Tutorial



Hey naturals!

I wanted to share once again my go to fun/funky/wild hairstyle (other than my picked out afro). I absolutely LOVE fro hawks and think it is one of the easiest hairstyles to do, once you master the technique. Another great thing is that it can be done with short, medium or long hair. When I started out I had about an inch and a half of hair (just enough to braid) and it worked out great!

There are two ways to do a fro hawk:
Braid/flat twist the sides of your hair and separate the middle section. This one is particularly fun because you can either leave the middle section alone and let your natural hair do it's thing OR you can two strand twist the section. I sometimes like this option because it is two styles in one. Wear the two strand twists for a week then take it out and wear a fro hawk for the following week.

Here is my tutorial for my braided fro hawk when I had a TWA (teenie weenie afro).


Here are some variations of the braided/twisted fro hawk:

Then you have the Pinned fro hawk. All you have to do is flatten and pin the sides of your hair, leaving the middle section exposed. This is another great option because once you get the hang of it, you can do it in under 10 minutes (I have in under 4 minutes before). This hairstyle is great for an old wash and go, or an old twist/braid out that you want to stretch for another day or so.

Here is my tutorial for the pinned fro hawk. This took less than 4 minutes:

Here are some variations of the braided/twisted fro hawk:





Well I hope you guys try out the fro hawk! If you do and would like to share your pictures feel free to comment with pictures =)
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