It doesn’t matter if it is short or long. As a black woman, you have plenty of choices to sweep your hair in an upward direction.
If your hair is naturally short, it’s time to play with extensions. Choose your style, whether you want straight, loose curls, tight curls, or waves.
Next, pick your length. If you want an up-do, the longer the better. Next, let your hairstylist work wonders.
Think about a bun. Your bun can be placed directly on the top of your head, to the side, or at the nape. it can be loose hair that is wound round and round, it can be braided before it is pinned up, or in a chignon.
You can enjoy a beautiful effect with curls. Let your stylist pull your hair up high or work with your naturally short hair that is close to your head, using product to give it a sleek look.
Your curls can be allowed to tumble from a knot at the top or added with extensions.
Corn rows can work for you when you want your hair to be pinned up as well. The first step is to let your stylist create your tight braids close to your scalp.
They can be in defined rows that will create defined lines running toward the top of your head. The next step is to create a twist, bun, or coil that is placed where you want it.
You can be dramatic, sassy, or elegant. Your up-do should fit your personality and the occasion. Talk with your stylist for ideas and to give you the look that makes you happy.