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Natural Hair | Pineapple Method for the Awkward Stage Length

Hey loves,
so I know all my naturalistas out there know or at least have heard of the pineapple method. If you haven't basically it's an excellent way to preserve any style such as wash-n-gos, bantu knots, twist-outs and braid-outs. It’s a simple method that can be used by curly girls of varying lengths and textures, but it's much easier for curly heads who have long hair. For my awkward stage girls out there, here's what I do to maintain 2nd,3rd and 4th day hair!

What You'll Need:
4 ponytail holders
a clip
bonnet or scarf

  1.  Start with your hair down…I'm working on a twist out done Sunday night
  2. Slipt hair into the middle, then grab your clip and clip one side to get it out the way
  3. The side that is out and avaible slipt it into 2 sections then set one section aside
  4. Grab the untouched section and grab your ponytail holder and keeping it close to your forehand as possible, put it in a bun like ponytail
  5. Do the same thing to the next section 
  6. Then go to the other side of your hair and do the exact same thing, you should have 4 loose buns at the end
  7. Use a silk or satin scarf to secure the hair 

Key Tip: Make sure you keep all sections close to the top and front of your head, if it's in a regular bun towards the back that will leave a ponytail holder dent and the curls won't be poppin'. 

That’s it! A simple way to preserve your hair overnight and get more wear out of your look!

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  1. Unfortunately this is one of those things my kind of hair just giggles when I try to do lol. You have such a sweet blog and I wanted to stop by from the Curls Understood Page. :)

    Maggie A


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