Basic Braid Back Full Head
Cornrowing tiny, professional-looking braids is tough, so you’ll probably want to leave the style in the hands of a trained stylist. Hair is simply parted into lots of little vertical sections and cornrowed all the way to the nape of the neck. Generally the rest of your hair is braided too and secured with tiny elastic bands at the ends.


Cornrows and an Afro-Puff Half Head
If you want to make your cornrowed style more interesting, have your hair in the front cornrowed to the crown of the head. Then, have the hair at the back of the head cornrowed up, starting at the nape of the neck and going to the crown. The idea is to cornrow your hair into a ponytail. If you have lots of naturally curly hair, secure loose hair at the crown with an elastic band. If you don’t have the hair for an afro-puff, get yourself a curly hair piece and attach it to your ponytail.


Get Creative – Full Head or Half Head
Your all-cornrowed style doesn’t have to be basic. Cornrows can come in all types of styles. You can criss-cross your hair, weave it over and under various sections of hair, have it braided in a swirl pattern or try other cool and creative looks. Have a little bit of fun with your braided style.

cornrows can remain in your hair for four to six weeks if you take proper care of them.

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  1. I love your blog!! You are absolutely gogreous and I think cornrows will look amazing! I have a question about your hair colour, how do you achieve that beautiful colour without the brassiness? Everytime I try to dye my hair brown it ends up looking totally brassy! 🙁 Also, do you dye your eyebrows too and if you do what product do you use? Thank you so much and sorry for the annoying questions!! -angie

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