It took me two days to finish this hairstyle because it was my first time trying to crochet myself and I had watched videos on faux locs but got Havana twists and the process may be similar but it wasn't the same. It took me about 30 minutes to figure out the first one and I ended up watching a new YouTube video which explained it although it took me a while to completely get the hang of it.
I styled it into a huge afro and I was in love with how well it formed. I also got a lot of complements which is a good thing I guess.
Mini twists are just like any other two strand twists except they are smaller in size making it a more time consuming process, they are very versatile as they can be styled in many ways and about they can cause tangling and single strand knots if not properly taken care of, they are very nice ways to take care of your hair and promote length retention.
Hey guys! So I had a dinner to attend on the 1st of March and decided then to do my wash and go, I did a wash and go puff because I wasn't sure of my results, it turned out beautiful but I went ahead with my sleek high puff because I wanted a sophisticated … Continue reading My first ever wash and go
Hey guys! I made scanty box braids yesterday afternoon, my friend helped me and it made my almost two hours of making the hair fun.
Shrunken hair is what makes our african hair African, if your hair doesn't shrink how will you get an afro?
I remember when I was in year 3 and my grandma would make various hair styles using African threading for me, it was easy because it didn't take much time and didn't require much effort. In Nigeria it's quite popular especially in children who have short hair, few adults still rock the style in various … Continue reading Four benefits of African threading
As a girl with natural African hair, the shrinkage is real, At times it's even realer than real. Shrinkage can be really nice, it makes your afros fuller and some quite nice styles can be done with it but there are times you just want your hair with minimal shrinkage so you can show off your length right?
So yesterday I had a fun time trying to teach someone how to twist, we used my hair as practice and thankfully he got it after a few tries. That inspired my blog post for today, as easy as twists seem they are actually very easy to mess up because if you do it wrongly it'll keep loosening.
Protective styling entails covering the ends of your hair. As we all know the ends of the hair are the oldest part of the Hair and hence the weakest so they need to be protected half the time so that they don't break off.