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Naturally Triece: 3 Protective Styles For Your LBF (Lil’ Baby Fro)

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Having the LBF (Lil’ Baby Fro) is probably the worst and most awkward stage of going natural. First, you can’t really do much with it and secondly you just simply want your length.

Even though the LBF gives a lot of freedom it still takes a lot of patience and care… Trust me, I know!
In this article I decided to give you ladies some hair ideas and protective styles for you LBF and hopefully you will begin to love your LBF for what it is…

LBF Protective Style 1

Stylish Wigs

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Wigs are simple, you can put them on and take them off whenever you would like. It is so simple and it can also be very easy on your pockets.

I personally love purchasing wigs because whenever I am tired of them I can just simply take them off and place them on my nightstand. Wigs are also a lot safer on the hair because you don’t have to worry about pulling or manipulating your own hair.

 

LBF Protective Style 2

Two Strand Twists

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Two strand twists are the most convenient style that you can perform on your own hair that is super easy and helps to lock in moisture.

Depending on the length of your hair, you will be able to rock two strand twists and wear your hair in a short, sassy, cute and wavy fro that you will love.

Put on a flower head band or any other head band of your choice and you will be good to go!

 

LBF Protective Style 3

Straw Set or Roller Set

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You may be wondering how you can achieve a roller set with short hair, it’s simple… Just use perm rods. They come in all sizes and are super easy to use.

This is a great technique for your hair to gain cute uniform curls that are easy to maintain. And this hairstyle does not consist of a ton of heat. All you would need is a hooded dryer or you could simply let your hair air dry.

 

If you are one of those girls with the LBF then I definitely would encourage you to try these styles. You won’t be sorry!

Thanks for reading! Sincerely,

Naturally Triece

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1 Comment

  1. jaime love

    January 20, 2015 at 11:08 pm

    My God-sister is the stylist for that two strand twist style! I IMMEDIATELY recognized the picture!

    #SoniaTutuwan

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