The black ladies have got special charm. When it comes about their hair, African American ladies are blessed with natural thick short hair. Their dark tresses that mostly come in curls are worn in various manners by the girls. In general African American hair grows slowly and it has less moisture which means it can easily break. However, if you take care of this short black hair, you will look so fabulous and attractive. It’s also important to choose the right style for your hair.
Short layered bob hairstyle is one of the popular variations of bob hairstyles. It also can be applied on African American woman. Some African American celebrities look so charming with short layered bob hairstyle. This style can be achieved by uniting layers of different lengths into the hair, though bob still remains at its ordinary one length styled trim. Short layered bob hairstyle on African American requires special treatments to make it looks sparkling and gorgeous. Here are some special treatments you should do to keep your short layered bob hairstyle beautiful yet healthy.
- Conditioning; since African American hair is very weak and dry, you need use organic shampoo and hair conditioner. Avoid products with sulfate, parables, phthalates, or petrochemicals, because these products will wipe out all natural oils from hair and it will leave it super dry, which is not an ideal condition for short hair. The other good advantage of washing your hair is to remove dead skin from your scalp; African American hair looks very messy once it has this dead skin (dandruff).
- Dry your hair; since African American hair is too sensitive to heat, use natural methods to dry your hair. You can use towel to wrap it on the head to absorb the water gradually. Please, don’t get tempted to rub a towel with short hair; the friction produced during this process will damage the hair. After drying your hair, it will stay moist and soft, so you can comb it with a wide-toothed comb to make it untangled.
- Use styling tools; for short layered bob hairstyle on African, it requires straightener to make the hair straight. But who love waves and curls it requires curler. African American ladies can also let their natural waves or curls as the way it is. The important note about these styling tools is that they produce heat which can damage your hair, so you have to use a heat protector so that it creates a shield against this heat.