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Black Women On Twitter Show Us Why Protective Styles Are Better
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Black Women On Twitter Show Us Why Protective Styles Are Better


2020 has been one helluva year; and although it feels like we're being hit from every angle, we've made sure to stay protected. From rocking Black-owned face masks and implementing a regularly scheduled vitamin routine to keeping our scriptures and affirmations on deck to cover our mental health, it's important that we protect our necks, spirits, immune systems, and tresses so that evils like coronavirus and heat damage don't get the best of us during this quarantine, and Black women on Twitter just showed us how to do exactly that.

In a thread started by xoNecole asking Black women to drop photos of their current protective styles, we got our entire lives and then some inspiring us to twist up our tresses and put down our flat irons and it was absolutely everything.

Scroll below for images from our tribe that will give you all the protective hair joy you didn't know you needed.

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