Cornrows are a type of hairstyle in which the hair is braided into a series of small, tight braids that are closely attached to the scalp. They are a popular protective hairstyle because they help to prevent breakage and damage to the hair by keeping it neatly braided and out of the way. Additionally, cornrows can be worn for several weeks, making them a low-maintenance and convenient hairstyle option.
Install Crochet Braids
A latch hook installation is a type of hair extension technique in which crochet hair extensions are attached to the natural hair using a latch hook tool. Unlike a weaves and box braids, a crochet needle is used to pull sections of the natural hair through small loops in the hair extensions, securing them in place. The installation process involves creating cornrow braids along the scalp, and then attaching the hair extensions to these braids using the latch hook technique (crochet method). Depending on the style, you can add length, volume or curly hair onto the natural hair and keep your hair protected.
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of braiding cornrows and doing latch hook braids. The course will cover a variety of techniques, tools, and materials necessary for creating beautiful and intricate braided hairstyles.
Cornrows with Braiding Hair Video Tutorials:
Video clearly demonstrates how to cornrow your hair.
Basics of cornrow braiding, including how to hold the hair, add synthetic hair, create even parts, and maintain tension.
Add synthetic braiding hair into the section of hair for additional stability and braid the hair.
Make sure that along your part doesn't have cross-hairs.
Install Crochet Braid Styles:
How to create various latch hook styles, including crochet braids, marley hair and twists. You will need to braid your hair before installing the crochet braiding hair with a latch hook.
This will include instruction on using the crochet hook to attach them to the natural hair.
Great way to protect your hair from damage. Crochet braids can last 4-8 weeks.
There are many crochet braid hairstyle. Straight, curly or wavy hair extensions options.
Maintain a proper hair care routine for washing crochet braids.
By the end of the course, students will have a thorough understanding of the techniques, tools, and materials necessary for braiding cornrows and doing latch hook hairstyles. Develop the skills you need to know about crochet braids to create a variety of crochet braids hairstyles on yourself and others.
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