Styling Hair Suggestions

Hi I am a sophmore in high school and I go back to school in September. My hair is alittle past collarbone but the front is just a tad bit short. I need help on new styles or how you accomplish better defined hair. I am mixed with 4a/4b. I have tried bunning but my hair doesn't cooperate . Im kinda bored with twist, and braid/twists. I like big hair and updos but no ideas on how to acheive them. Help Me !!!!!!
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Much Love,
TeenageKinks&Curls
For better defined hair you can use a heavier leave-in and a gel like eco styler or fantasia for your tighter curl pattern. You may be bored with braids and twists but you didn't specify if you tried twist/braidouts.You can find that instead of just leaving it out you can mix it up with accessories like clips, bands and scarves, and large chunky earrings are a great highlighter.

Look on youtube for hair tutorials and video montages such as ‪Natural Hair Styles For the Black Women‬‏ - YouTube and many others.

Bantu knots are a great style as well as puffs, blow outs, faux hawks and pin ups. We can do so many things with our hair besides just straightening it and there is a great possibility that you can find a style for every school day!

HTH.
3c/4aish, high porosity, fine strands,medium density cottony curls.

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