5 Ways to Sassy Your Short Hair

As I embark on month 5 of my big chop, I decided to focus on styling this month.  Short does not always lend itself to tons of “go-to” styles.  My hair is too long to slick down and too short for any type of ponytail.  As such, I have had to develop creative ways to sassy my short hair.

5 Styles for your TWA

1.) TWA (tiny-wittle-afro).  On weekends, I wash and condition with my complimentary Deva Curl’s Melt into Moisture.  I follow-up with the love of people’s Whip It, Bounce Back, castor oil, and a styling gel.  My hair stays hydrated and defined, and I am good for the week.  Let the curls fall where they may.*

Some days we need a change from the monotony. If today is one of those days, I am here to give you just what you need. 5 styles to sassy your short kinky curly coils.
Mommy and Me Blessed Mama/Mama’s Blessing purchased from GreyLittleArrows*

2.) Floral headbands.  I admit.  I am a tad obsessed with this trend perhaps because I hate all things “patterny” when it comes to clothing.  Cue the over the top accessories.  Just when I need to cutsie up my do.  I wear them on two occasions.  (1)  They look great with whatever outfit I have going on that day.  (2)  Wash day is upon me, and I need to redirect attention from the frizz and almost dead wash-and-go.

Side twists are an amazing way to add an extra element to your short sassy style

3.)  Side twists.  I never had the courage to shave the sides of my hair.  Thus, back in my relaxer days, I grew hugely fond of a few twists.  That fondness continues as they still add a little something extra when boredom strikes.

Fro hawks give short hair extra life

4.)  Non-twist fro-hawk.  This is probably my fave besides the floral headband.  I love a faux hawk.  Something about the edginess calls my name.

Pull the front of your hair back with a twist

5.)  Play around.  You can pull the front back.  You can put a big twist along the edges.  Whatever you do, make sure it reflects who you are as a person.

Do not forget that no matter what style you choose to sassy your short, be sure to keep those curls healthy.  The love of people has an amazing line of products I use when I am not bored for my “90% of the time” look.  (I use them for the other 10% also.)

I have not yet tried bantu knots nor twist outs.  I tend to stick with what I know, and, so far, this is what I know.

To find out more about what I do for hair care, check out my previous blog post on my hair care routine.

If you like what you see, please share with others.

Until next time, keep rocking the SUPER in your NATURAL.

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How about you? What are some of your go-to styles?

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So you've done your big chop, and the shock of it all has died down. You have settled into your short and sassy. Now what? Use the 5 style guides to enhance your everyday appeal.

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10 thoughts on “5 Ways to Sassy Your Short Hair

  1. I think my go to currently has been to blow dry and flat iron twice a month. Every time I do a twist out it only stays for two days, roller sets take too long, and my hair has two may different curl patterns for the wash n go. Sometimes I flat twist or braid in two French braids but I tend to look so young that sometimes I just stay away from that.

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  2. Well mine lasts about 3 weeks when my Stylist or I do it myself. I had a relaxer relaxed and transitioned for about 5 years. I feel like my hair does best when I flat iron twice a month. I don’t put any heat on it in between.

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  3. You look classy and smart. I am afraid I already have short hair. I had to cut it when my children were small and after cleaning up the mess and arranging I used to have my shower late and night. I was too tired to dry long hair in the middle of the night and end up sneezing in the night and feeling cold. So I cut is short. Why I used to clear up in the night is, by chance they slept late then I can also sleep a little longer and wake up to a neat house. I didn’t have wake before them and clean up. That made the day much easier. Now I have got used to short hair and besides having to cover up my grey I have to tint regularly. And short hair makes it easier and cheaper Lol 😛
    Hope you and your family are well. Just a note to say I will not just like, or comment if its not relevant to me. This is for all the blogs as I tell everyone. So excuse me sometimes I don’t come in and sometimes I may miss some of it if I am in to finishing a long assignment. Much Love and Blessings from me 🙂 ❤

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    1. No big deal at all. I am the same way. You can only do what you can do, and you I only read content that appeals to me as well. Have a great day! Enjoy that short hair. I just finished making a to-do list to rearrange my evenings that had kind of fallen to the wayside these past few weeks.

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