#L4LHair Tip Tuesday: Hairstyles for Transitioning Hair!

Attempting to blend the your newly growing kinks and coils with your chemically straightened tresses is the bane of every woman who has ever grown out their relaxer!  There are two obvious options – wear your hair flat ironed all the time or hide it away in braids or a weave.  But for those who do not wish to do either, there are a few styles that work to camouflage the difference between your natural and relaxed hair textures without causing damage.

28- Hairstyles for Transitioning Hair - Longing 4 Length

Ebony C. Princess About Ebony C. Princess

A self proclaimed hair enthusiast and healthy hair advocate, Ebony C, Princess is the chief editor of Longing 4 Length. She shares her personal journey towards growing long, healthy hair while providing hair care tips and information.

  • From Mrs. to Mom

    The halo is my go to style for when I need a touch up! It’s quick, low maintenance, and stylish!

    • http://www.longing4length.com/ EbonyCPrincess

      Me too! And since transitioning, I’ve taken it back to childhood with the two cornrows too. lol!

  • http://www.relaxedthairapy.com/ Relaxed Thairapy

    I need to get the halo down. I love your braid/twist out.

    • http://www.longing4length.com/ EbonyCPrincess

      YES! Like I said above the halo is a bad hair day’s savior!

  • Robyn

    I need to remaster the bantu knot outs. Almost 6 months post over here, it is driving me CRAZY! And super straight hair gets boring after day 3. But I don’t want to deal with the superpuff.

    • http://www.longing4length.com/ EbonyCPrincess

      It took me over 2 years to get my BKO’s right. I swear it was the hardest style for me to “get” for some strange reason…

  • Keoshia

    Great post, I have yet to master the milk braids and halo crown, bu I will keep trying, lol!

    • http://www.longing4length.com/ EbonyCPrincess

      Girl the halo and two cornrow braids are my saviors for bad hair days!