Are you also obsessed with protective hairstyle? Have you ever tried crochet braiding? If no and you want to know about crochet braiding then read on and grab the full guide about crochet hairstyling.
What is Crochet Hairstyle?
Crotchet braids was popular in the 1990’s, it is a revived hairstyle. This hairstyle will give you a celebrity look because of its wavy look. Crochet hairstyles are created with crochet braids, by first creating cornrows then adds extensions to the cornrows. Crochet hair can be worn straight, braided, twisted, or curly, and can last up to eight weeks if cared for properly. In simple words crochet braids are made of synthetic hair that’s sewed or crocheted into your hair. For those who love to go the natural way, crochet braids are the best option! As-
How to get Crochet Hairstyle?
More things you need to know about crochet braids
Crochet braids last between four to six weeks, and you can always leave the center in a little longer and touch up the front (aka the parameters of your hairline) so it looks fresh.
It is important to know that the Crochet Braids cornrow foundation is a vital element in the protective hair styling process. Especially when pulling the crochet braid hair through the cornrows with a crochet tool, braiding too tight can be painful. Tight braids can cause balding by pulling hair out around headline and nape. Tight braiding cornrows will make your relaxing night into painful. Creating a firm, yet gentle cornrow foundation for your teen Crochet Braids will make the hair styling process for your child a great experience and it will also cause less “picking” and itching at the scalp.
Maintenance of braids is the crucial part. Cleaning, conditioning, and moisturizing are the best ways to maintain crochet braids. You must use a good moisturizer to hydrate and seal your hair. You may choose a moisturizer that helps to nourish the scalp underneath the crochet braids. Ignoring it may only lead to itching, bacteria, and wetness that won’t dry properly. There are more ways of maintaining the hair that you must read ahead.
How to Remove Crochet Braids:
Cut crochet braids halfway; do not cut close to the base of the braids. You could either comb them to remove the crochet braids or pull by the knot to remove. Be sure to shampoo with a clarifying shampoo to help get all the product buildup of scalp, followed by a moisturizing shampoo, deep condition & get a trim.