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Softball Hairstyles

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Softball Hairstyles

If you are an African-American female athlete, trying to keep sweat and oil out of your hair during physical exertion is a never-ending battle. Not only is this an annoyance, but the sweat and oil can sometimes clog the pores in your scalp, which can inhibit hair growth. But don’t worry, you can style your hair in ways that minimize the sweat and oil build-up. (Read up on the benefits of natural hairstyles for African-American female athletes.) These hairstyles can be done at a salon, by a friend, or even by yourself.

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Method 6 Sideswept Pixie 1 Use this hairstyle if you have very short hair. It will also work for hair that is in-between lengths. It is a messy look with a bit of edge, but works very well with the look that sports naturally give short hair. 2 Brush out your hair and choose a side to part your hair on. Sometimes one side will look better than the other, so try one and then the other. Don’t be afraid to create a dramatic part. A dramatic side part is what makes this style windswept and casual. 3 Working from your new part, use a mousse or styling wax to push your hair away from your part to the opposite side of your head. Use a small amount of mousse or wax and distribute it evenly over your hands. Take chunks of hair of varying lengths into your fingers and pull up on them to distribute the mousse or wax. You can get more mousse or wax as needed, but don’t use too much, or else you will need to shampoo your hair. If you have longer hair, you can use a straightener, but it’s not necessary, especially if you’re going to be running around. 4 Use your fingers to distribute the remaining wax from your hands to the rest of your hair. The trick with short hairstyles is to add dramatic elements, so don’t be afraid to push your hair far up and make it messy.

Softball Hairstyles

1 Use this hairstyle if you have very short hair. It will also work for hair that is in-between lengths. It is a messy look with a bit of edge, but works very well with the look that sports naturally give short hair. 2 Brush out your hair and choose a side to part your hair on. Sometimes one side will look better than the other, so try one and then the other. Don’t be afraid to create a dramatic part. A dramatic side part is what makes this style windswept and casual. 3 Working from your new part, use a mousse or styling wax to push your hair away from your part to the opposite side of your head. Use a small amount of mousse or wax and distribute it evenly over your hands. Take chunks of hair of varying lengths into your fingers and pull up on them to distribute the mousse or wax. You can get more mousse or wax as needed, but don’t use too much, or else you will need to shampoo your hair. If you have longer hair, you can use a straightener, but it’s not necessary, especially if you’re going to be running around. 4 Use your fingers to distribute the remaining wax from your hands to the rest of your hair. The trick with short hairstyles is to add dramatic elements, so don’t be afraid to push your hair far up and make it messy.

Softball Hairstyles

Softball Hairstyles

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Softball Hairstyles
Softball Hairstyles