Shoulder length curly crochet braids

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Now this style is not as popular as braids, but they are just as low maintenance and perfect for naturals who want to attain the appearance of weave or pick and drop! I have recently had quite a few clients requesting this style, so I think this may soon become a highly requested one in my books.
The hair is very full as evident because the client requested small and plentiful cornrows. The curls are slightly tight but frames the clients face well. The length enables the hair to be suitable in conservative working environments or if you don’t want something too wild.
Synthetic hair was used for this style which can be maintained with water and conditioner. It is also a cute style to do for the Christmas holidays!

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Medium sized Waist length braids

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So this is quite a common style I do as I’m sure you’ve noticed.
So I don’t need to go into much detail as the image pretty much speaks for itself. The braids are waist length, installed with dark brown (colour 4) expressions and they are medium sized. Easy to style, perfect for naturals and a great alternative for protective styling, braids are for everyone!

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Email: hairbyoj@outlook.com

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Twitter: @hairbyoj 

Coils on natural hair

So coils aren’t the most common of styles, but what they are great for is newly naturals with a TWA or those wishing to grow dreadlocks. I used lock and twist gel to hold the coils in place. Coils are extremely simple to do (extremely simple) last long and they are incredibly easy to do!

For more information or to install these please contact:

Email: hairbyoj@outlook.com
Instagram: hairbyoj

Twitter: @hairbyoj 

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