3 Styles to Create With Bulk Hair
You asked for it and we delivered! Kinky bulk hair is now available for purchase at Latch N Hooked! A certain vocal segment of our customers have been longing for us to loosen up the reins (and the curls) on our protective styling offerings to allow them the freedom to experiment. With bulk hair you can create the wigs, twists, and updos that you’ve been imagining altering them as you please. Want to know how you can use the freedom of bulk hair to create a style that suits you? Get inspired by these three looks below!
Brushed Out Ponytail
In her recent shoot for Mane Addicts “Black’ish” actress Yara Shahidi shines. The volume of the textured ponytail created for her by stylist to the stars Cesar Ramirez pairs beautifully with the simple look she’s sporting styled by Ade Samuel. Recreate it by slicking down your hair, wrapping the end of the ponytail with hair and adding textured hair to the ends. Don’t forget to add some shine by using some oil from Mielle Organics, which Shahidi identifies as one of her favorites!
Flats twists are a great way to achieve maximum style with minimum maintenance. Just take a comb, some ecostyler gel, some Bobby pins and get to work. Adorn them with beads and charms for special occasions, or buy your second pack in a different shade so you can slip some color into your style. Looking for a more modern twist on this trend? Pull them up into faux hawk like Tessa Thompson's character did in "Dear White People."
As we reminded you on Valentine’s Day, special occasions no longer require stick straight hair. Use bulk kinky hair to embrace your hair texture with elegance like Teyonah Parris did while slaying on the red carpet in Marchesa and a pompadour at the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Or kick it old school and pull the hair up into a firm bun like Auntie Pauletta did at this year’s Academy Awards ceremony.
We love seeing how creative you get with our products! Make sure you share the styles you use our kinky bulk hair to create with us on social media using the hashtag #latchednhooked.
Photo Credits: Yahoo, People, Blackfilm