Hair Do`s and Dont`s: Graduation Hair

Graduation Hair Dos and Donts

We know COVID19 has reared its UGLY head and infringed on not only our health, economics and well being but crushed the dreams and spirits of so many from prom, to birthdays, weddings, and you guessed it graduation!

Even in the midst of a pandemic many have found such creative an intuitive ways to celebrate special occasions such as graduations. From Zoom ceremonies, to Youtube broadcasts to car parades and motorcades, Coronavirus wont stop people from celebrating some of the most memorable and important times of our lives. 

With that being said whether you're celebrating a socially distanced ceremony or a virtual commencement ceremony you want to make sure your hair is camera ready for this once in a life time celebration. That`s why we curated a list of graduation hair styles that will still look super cute and bomb under your graduation cap. 

Bomb Middle Part Afro 

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But of course you can rock your natural hair with a graduation cap. Use our Bomb Afro Kinky Clips-ins with a twist out or Bomb Afro Kinky Bundles . If you`re not natural but still want a bomb naturalista look check out our kinky closures too. 

Bomb Graduation Hair ideas and inspiration

 Want more of a Kinky Curlier texture like this one?

Kinky Curly Hair for graduation

 

Try our Bomb Kinky Curly Bundles , Kinky Curly Closure or Kinky Curly Frontal. We recommend a center part underneath your cap because the volume of the curls may not have the cap sitting the way you like. Tease it to see what works best for you. 

How about a more Kinky straight look, like this one below. 

Kinky straight hair

Look, Natural hair styles are so gorgeous and we can leave out the exotic kinky straight look that you can wear down with a center or side part, you can tease into a low pony tail or flexi rods or wand curl for a larger than life bomb look underneath your cap. Use our Bomb Kinky Straight Bundles, Bomb Kinky Straight Closure or Bomb Kinky Straight Frontal  to effortlessly achieve this look. 

Graduation up do hair style for teenage girl

How achieve the look above:

 

Bomb Bobs 

Next lets explore some Bomb Bobs. A bomb is super edgy sleek and confident. Be sure to check our our grey bobs too!

Bobs for graduation hair ideas

Graduation hair style ideas

Graduaiton hair style ideas bomb bobs

Body Wavy and Loose Curly Styles

Definitely a go to hairstyle that`s usually soft, chic and beautiful. It lays under your cap easily and you can curl up your side swept bangs or curls for more volume. To achieve this look check our bomb body wave bundles, or Raw Indian Wavy hair extensions. For ready to wear curls, our loose wave extensions are a must!

Body wave and loose curls

Be sure to use a curling wand or large barrel curling iron for these beautiful curly looks.  

Bomb Straight Hair 

 Don`t over look the simple yet super sleek straight style for your gradation. We love it because you can wear it down, with parting where ever you choose or you can wear a low pony tail or braided pony tail. We recommend our Raw Vietnamese straight hair and closure or Bomb Straight Virgin Hair and Bomb Straight Frontal  or Bomb Straight Closure . Want to save time and get a wig. Check out our straight wigs hereBomb Straight Hair

 

Graduation Hair ideas and styles for black teenage girl

Hair Dont`s 

Hair Donts for Graduation hair style

When it comes to hair font`s for graduation hairstyles the list is simple:

Dont wear a high pony tail or bun. We have seen the outcome it looks a hefty bag sitting under your cap. 

Dont wear your cap towards the middle of your head without securing it with boby pins FIRST.

Dont use spray color if your cap is going to be white or light colored. 

Dont think your cap is going to hide overly frizzy hair- you still need to style it. 

Dont over grease or oil- you will see the grease or oil stain on your cap. 

Dont wear your cap with out trying it on in the mirror. Make sure it first your hair and your style and its placed where YOU like it. 

Congrats to all the graduates! 

 

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