Saturday, March 3

Cornrows and Twists

Twists with my own hair will most likely be my go-to low-maintenance/protective style during this transition...even when I'm natural!! 
I do plan on wearing my hair out 1-2 weeks a month, but as said in my regimen post... my hair will be in a protective style for 2 weeks as well.

This month I decided to do cornrows in the front with twists in the back.
In these photos I just finished doing my hair and purposely did not braid my edges tight. Once I wrap my hair the edges will be smoothed down.
If I wear my hair down, I'll probably curl the ends.




9 comments:

  1. That's a cute style. I can see u doing a lot with this style. I wish I knew how to braid.

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    1. Thank you! It's never too late to learn and with practice you will def perfect it! YouTube has some great tutorials on braiding.

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  2. This looks so cute.

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  3. Wish I could braid. Beautiful style!

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    1. It's never too late to learn or you could flat twist instead. Thanks, girl!!

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  4. I like this. I do my daughters hair like this too. My reason for doing a braid then twist is simply because its easier to take the twists down when it comes to the ends and then deal with the braided part closer to the base.

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  5. nice hairstyle.

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