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What Is A Jewfro?

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No wonder you come up with the question “what is a jewfro?” as its name might sound a bit confusing. As the name suggests, it’s a mix of afro hair and a Jewish style. And the first thing you should remember is that it’s not a style that only Jewish men can sport. Jewfro hair
is a common name for kinky, thick, and curly hair textures seen on white guys. The style is often referred to as “white afro”, “white ‘fro”, and “bro ‘fro”.

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How To Get A Jewfro?

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There’s one universal way on how to get a Jewfro: to get a properly done haircut. To achieve the classic look, your hair must be trimmed evenly all around your head. As for sideburns area, you can trim your hair shorter than the overall length, if you want. The ideal length for Jewfro hairstyles that will show off the coiled texture lies somewhere in between 4 and 8 inches. If you go shorter, the round shape won’t come out; and if you decide to go longer, your curls will weigh down.

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Hair Care Basics To Keep Up With Your Jewfro Hairstyle

Hair Care Basics To Keep Up With Your Jewfro Hairstyle #jewfrohairstyles #menhairstyles

There’s no need to tell you how to grow a Jewfro as you simply need to skip some barbershop appointments. But when it comes to dealing with curly manes, things get way more complicated. Since kinky, coiled textures tend to get frizzy all the time, they become prone to damage and may dry out quickly. So having the right products and styling tools is crucial. Keep in mind these basics!

  • Lightweight hair mousses with no shine are must-haves for daily stylings. Men who are into a shiny finish can use styling creams as an alternative to daily mousses.
  • Using leave-in conditioners are a nice way to soften and hydrate your curls. But it works well only for hair that is shorter than 6-inches. If used on longer manes, it can cause your curls to weigh down, thus spoiling the ‘fro look.
  • Style your hair with a hairdryer to create a nice, volumetric shape. Make sure to apply heat protectant before blow drying your hair.
  • If your look doesn’t hold, you can finish the style with a light coat of hair spray. To keep your look natural, try to leave one foot of a distance when coating your hair with the product.

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