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Watch Festival Natural Hairstyle | Braids + Beads – Fulani Inspired

Watch Festival Natural Hairstyle | Braids + Beads – Fulani Inspired

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Today I’m sharing another easy natural hairstyle that’s perfect for festival or everyday wear! This easy braided natural hairstyle with beads, inspired by Fulani braiding styles, brings your twist out to the next level. And best of all, it can be worn in countless ways! I hope you enjoy this look! XO! Nap

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  1. Hey guys!! Today I'm sharing another easy natural hairstyle that's perfect for festival or everyday wear! This easy braided natural hairstyle with beads, inspired by Fulani braiding styles, brings your twist out to the next level. And best of all, it can be worn in countless ways! I hope you enjoy this look! XO! Nap ūüíó

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  2. Okay Whitney¬†I being a child from the hood or urban¬†community, I don't know what the correct term is so not to offend lol¬†well have worn my fair share of cornrowed styles¬†but I¬†have never worn beads, neither I or my sisters have ever¬†worn beads, my mom didn't like them, the clink clank noisiness¬†and on top of that¬†one of our church friends worn them and fell backward out a chair and one slightly went into her head…so momma¬†really didn't like them after that¬†but I was always amazed and bewildered at how the beads actually got onto the hair and this is the very 1st I'm seeing how beads are put onto the hair and I don't know I just had to share that lol! ūüėÄ

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  3. Hey Whitney I'm so late to the party lol! A tutorial well done, your hair is growing so nicely! I love the idea of using all one line from beginning to end, I hasn't done that yet. Off and on back from maybe 2005 to 2010 I used to use Pantene for "Women of Color" I think it was called, the bottles were copper and it had a sketch of an ethnic woman on it. I liked the products I  thought I was doing something special for my hair but when I used that line of Pantene it was waaaay before my hair journey so I wasn't deep conditioning, pre-pooing or washing in sections so I don't believe I received the full benefits of the product. I would like to try this line and I'm about due for a reload of hair supplies.
    The Pantene Gold Series looks like it works well, I like the variety of products offered. The hair milk is exciting because all the hair milks I've tried in the past have had anti-shrinkage properties yet are moisturizing. I also love how Pantene involved black researchers and the packaging is very elegant (I can't stand no ugly, tacky packaging man -_- lol, so well done Pantene brand marketing team!) Thanks for sharing something new, I had no idea Pantene got back into black hair care. Have a great week : )

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  4. You look like my favorite childhood babydoll Kenya. Y'all remember her, she was a black doll that came in all shades and you could straighten her curly hair, wash it and it would be back curly. She came with beads and I remember doing her hair just like this. She was actually he reason I fell in love with doing my own hair. But you remind me of the one I had so much. This is so cute and nostalgic.

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