Cute and Stylish Natural Hairstyles To Try For Work
Using your hair as a form of expression tends to bring a lot of eyes and attention from people outside of the natural hair community — often it can be frowned upon in certain places, especially the workplace. This, sadly, can cause extreme discrimination upon people of color due to us wanting to express ourselves this way.
With acts in place, such as the CROWN Act founded by Dove, National Urban League, Color Of Change and Western Center of Law & Poverty, a law that prohibits race-based hair discrimination, which is the denial of employment and educational opportunities because of hair texture or protective hairstyles including braids, locs, twists or bantu knots. This is definitely a great step in the right direction, but we still want our natural haired beauties to be able to express themselves in such settings, which brings us to show you four natural hairstyles to wear at the office!
A cute protective style by Millicent Swift that will be sure to last throughout the work week!
Flat Twist With a Bun
Check out this look done up by MumNatural! A style that can carry you from work all the way to happy hour!
Indeed a crown fit for a Queen! Recreate this cute style done by Naptural85 that we’re sure you’re going to love!
Low Bun with a Twist
This simple and easy look by Joy Polamalu can help you especially if you’re in a rush to get to work and aren’t too sure of what to do to your hair! We know those moments can come far too often.
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