Now that autumn is here, you may be at a loss of ideas about how to style your hair.
My favorite go-to protective hair style is the Cinnabun. It may look difficult but it is really easy to do. The Cinnabun works wonders, creating a professional hair style you can wear anywhere. Also, it keeps your fragile hair ends tucked away from the cold weather.
DIY: View the tutorials below to learn how to do it yourself!
The Classic Cinnabun
Having natural hair while applying for a position can bring up questions like: What will my employer think of my hair? Will I look unprofessional? And if you are applying to work in a restaurant setting you may ask: Will customers think my hair is dirty or unsanitary? Such questions and worries can cloud your mind and make you anxious about applying. However, there are some solutions!
This is another great example of how to do an up-do Cinnabun hair style. I like it because the video is high quality and it demonstrates a different technique to tuck and pin the hair. Enjoy!
Happy Hair Holidays
Recently, my mom decided to give up her weaves and kinky twist and to wear her natural hair professionally. We have been trying new styles on her all week. So far we are working on mastering the afro puff, but I wanted to do more! So I did some YouTube searching and discovered the Cinnabun Hairstyle. It looks terrifically gorgeous and has a sort of queenly flair in its design. My sister mentioned that it reminded her of a European aristocratic hair style and I have to agree. Either way, I thought it was a very professional look for my mom. Just add a solid colored hair band and viola! Art.
Above is the Cinnabun Hair Tutorial! Have fun (: