We curlies are always on the go. Between work, school, family, friends, and personal time, we always have something to do. We want a style that is long-lasting, one that require constant retouching. Marley hair is a solution that will give extra longevity to your hairstyles, and here are 4 ways to style it (for up to 4 weeks!).
There are so many different styles for everyone, you can find something that works best for you. If you’re looking for a style for an extended time (3-4 weeks), box braids may be the style for you. However, you have to remember that just because you decide to wear this style, you still have to clarify and moisturize your hair and scalp. Cornrows are also a style that you can wear for an extended time. If you’re looking for something that can get you through a hectic week, try a Milk Maid braid or French braid. You may have to re-braid your hair after the second or third day, but you won’t have to re-braid daily. For maintenance, simply moisturize with a spritz leave-in conditioner.
BOHEMIAN MILK BRAID BY ITSNOTSOEASY
Twists are another popular style that tend to last a long time for curlies. One thing that’s great about Marley twists is that when your hair starts becoming frizzy, it blends with the texture of the Marley hair. If you want a simpler style, try putting your hair in two-strand twists. The smaller your twists, the longer they will last. You can leave your twists out or you can put them in a ponytail. The different choices of styles can also help you keep your twists longer.
HAVANA & MARLEY TWISTS WITH INVISIBLE ROOTS BY EBONY CLARK
A bun is a great hairstyle that can last for a long time. It’s simple and doesn’t take long to do. For maintenance, use a satin scarf to tie your hair. This will allow you to maintain your bun longer because it will prevent frizz and keep your hair smooth. It will also keep your edges smooth without having to brush them everyday. You can also add hair to make your bun fuller and bigger.
EASY BUN WITH MARLEY TWIST HAIR BY ALICIA JAMES
Updos are long lasting and protect your hair by reducing manipulation. When your hair is up and away from your face or loose, you are less likely to have hand-in-hair syndrome (HHS). Constantly touching your hair can cause frizz and dryness. There are so many creative options, you can definitely find something that works for you. A lot of popular up styles use braids, twists, and buns. Pompadours are here to stay and are apart of a lot of updos our curlies girls are doing.