Individual braids and twist hairstyles are popular and versatile protective styles that involve creating small, single braids or twists in the hair. These styles can be worn for extended periods of time and are low maintenance, making them a great option for people with busy lifestyles.
One of the benefits of individual braids and twists is that they can protect your hair from damage and breakage, while also allowing the hair to grow and remain healthy. However, it's important to properly care for and maintain these eye-catching styles to ensure their longevity and prevent damage to the natural hair.
Individual Braids and Twists with Braiding Hair Tutorials
This course is designed to teach students how to create individual braided extensions and twist methods, as well as how to seal the ends of these styles to ensure their longevity. Students will learn the foundational skills needed to create a variety of braided and twisted hairstyles, including individual methods, Poetic Justice braids, two-strand twists, Senegalese twists, and more.
Step-by-Step Individual Braid with Synthetic Hair Extensions
Individual braids are created by taking a small section of hair, dividing it into three equal parts, and then weaving each part over and under the others in a continuous pattern until the braid is complete.
This typically involves adding kanekalon extensions used to achieve added length and volume to the hair.
How-To Two Strand Twists with Braiding Hair
Twist hairstyles involve taking two sections of hair and twisting them together to create a rope-like effect.
There are many variations of this method (Passion twists, Marley twists, Havana twists) use synthetic hair extensions to add length and thickness to the hair.
Use Marley hair to create Senegal braid twists.
Sealing The Ends of the Natural Hair and Extension Hair Tutorials
Learn options for properly sealing the ends to prevent fraying and breakage.
The finishing touch to your braided or twisted hairstyle.
Sectioning and Braiding Your Hair
By the end of the course, students will have the skills and knowledge needed to create beautiful and eyes-catching braided and twisted styles, as well as the ability to properly seal the ends of these styles for maximum durability and longevity.
Both individual braids and twists can be styled in a variety of ways, including updos, half-up/half-down styles, and ponytails. They can also be customized to suit a wide range of hair types and textures, making them a popular choice for people with natural hair. Adding extension hair gives ways to create hair perfectly tailored to your needs.
How to Create Individual Braids Method 1 Tutorial
How to Create Individual Braids Method 2 Tutorial
How to Extend Braid Length Tutorial
How to Create Poetic Justice Braids
How to Create Two Strand Twist Tutorial
Senegal Braid Twists with Marley Braid
Sealing Ends and Removal
How to Seal Braided Extensions With a Flat Iron
How to Heat Seal Braids with ShapeShifter Monofiber