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4. Kinky Long Afro. The afro in this dusky brown color is great for anyone looking for an alternative to the normal black hair used with crochet braids. The kinky afro look is great for a low maintenance, but high volume style. 5. Layered Spiral Curls. This slightly layered look is achieved by using about four packs of LoMe Marley Braiding Hair.
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Hello ladies!! So I have been getting a lot of compliments every time I do this hair style. Some people think its real, and others just creep up and ask to t...
Loving this natural looking crochet braids, it blends really well with my hair texture. very easy and affordable hairstyle. Used almost two packs of freetress Equal Synthetic Braid Kinky Bulk 24 ...
Hello Lovies! Thank you for watching. This is a quick tutorial on how to achieve a NATURAL LOOKING CROCHET AFRO with no leave out. I used 3 packs of Model Model Glance Z-Coil Crochet Braid. I hope ...
Hey guys, I hope this video serves as a guide for you as you attempt your crochet hairstyle. Hair details: I used 2 and half packs of Expression 3X Kinky Crush bulk 36'' in the color 1b.
Child in the 1980s with a rattail A rattail is a hair style that is characterized by a long "tail"-like element of hair growing downward from the back of the head. The rattail usually hangs naturally; however, it can be braided, treated as a dread, permed, straightened, or poofed, curled with an iron. In some instances, an individual might choose to grow several tails as opposed to a single very long tail. The rattail saw a brief period of mainstream popularity during the late 1980s and early 1990s and has rapidly fallen out of vogue. However, it has recently seen renewed popularity.
Classic French braid A step by step creation of a basic braid using three strings. A French braid also called French plait and Tresse Africaine (African braids) is a type of braided hairstyle. The French braid is a hairstyle that originated in North Africa and later adopted in France. The misnomer "French" can be traced back to an 1871 short story from Arthur's Home Magazine. The three-strand gathered plait includes three sections of hair that are braided together from the crown of the head to the nape of the neck. The earliest evidence of the style comes to us from the Tassili n'Ajjer mountain range in Algeria. There, rock art depicting women wearing rowed braids dates back almost 6,000 years. The style also appeared in early Greek art, particularly iconic kouros statues, on Celtic warriors and lasses, and as part of the elaborate updos worn by courtly women of the Sung Dynasty.
Marguerite De La Motte wearing her hair in ringlets. A ringlet is a type of hairstyle. Ringlets are often also known as tube curls or corkscrew curls. It is achieved by wrapping a lock of hair around the length of a thin curling iron or can be sported naturally by people with sufficiently tightly curled hair. The curls can also be achieved by hair rollers. Loose ringlets can be created just by twisting wet hair as well. Orthodox Jewish men wear payots, which may be curled as ringlets.