Wednesday, November 2, 2011

 Cool Huh?

This is a very simple style... If you know how to corn roll. If not you can always substitute cornrolls or flat twists with regular twists or braids. I got my cornrolls done with loc butter so they can last longer. You can so any design you want. You can also wear a turban or fedora with this style. 

SIDE NOTE FOR 4C+ OR VERY COARSE HAIR

This hair style will work better for you if:
  • You get your hair cornrolled.
  • If you want to "twist out" or "braid out" the front of your hair, cornroll or flat twist it FORWARD. When your hair sets and you take it out the next day it will fall forward in your face. You can also use hair pins to hold it down. 
More Pics!

 
In this picture I wore a turban. You can see how my cornrolls are braided to the front so when I take them out they will fall forward. 



Tuesday, November 1, 2011
What you will need: 

  • Hair 
  • Glue
  • A Weaving Cap (I used 2) 
  • Scissors
Steps:

  1. Corn roll you hair very flat so your wig cap will not be lumpy.
  2. Place your wig cap on, preferably 2. I suggest 2 so glue will not seep through the cap and get to your hair.
  3. Measure out sections of your hair and cut them. 
  4. Take weave glue and glue the strips of hair down starting from the back and working your way up to the closure. 
  5. Make the closure by circling the hair at the top of your head until it closes. 




This was a crash course. 
Here is the entire video! 


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