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Naturally Triece: 5 Things You Need To Know About Classy Sassy Crochet Braids

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By: Naturally Triece

Crochet braids are one of the most popular hairstyles of the 2015 year. Kicking off the year with the Marley Hair fiasco that every woman seems to be going crazy about. The styles that I have been seeing are super sexy, sassy and nothing short of gorgeous.

In this article I am going to give you 5 great tips that you should always keep in mind when it comes to getting your hair crocheted, especially if you are one of those “DIY “ women… Like myself!

Classy Sassy Crochet Lesson 1:

Experiment with your braid patterns. The braid pattern can be the most tedious part of any hair style that consists of adding an extension. When you are looking for the perfect braid pattern think about the way that you want your hair to lay. If you want a side part then braid your hair at an angle so that it can frame your face and you will get the perfect style in the end.

Also, be sure to braid your hair in a secure pattern. Braiding your hair too tight can cause issues with extreme shedding, hair loss and bald spots. Your edges will also begin to thin out.

Classy Sassy Crochet Lesson 2:

Remember to always apply oil to your hair. Coconut oil and olive oil are great for hair styles such as these. When you finally take down your crocheted style you will notice the thickness of your hair as well as the new growth that you have developed.

One great tip is to take your hair growth vitamins daily, as you should, and you will see the amazing growth of your hair afterward… It will be so worth it.

Classy Sassy Crochet Lesson 3:

If you don’t have a crochet needle remember that there are other options for your hair.

Crochet needles are not expensive at all, but if you don’t have one for whatever reason you can use a bobby pin or a beader to get the job done just as well.

What woman doesn’t have these small and simple items in her home?

Classy Sassy Crochet Lesson 4:

Space out your braids when you are preparing to put in your Marley hair. Marley hair is extremely thick and can give your hair an extremely volumous look.

I absolutely love big hair so I probably would make my braids close together but if you are not a huge fan of huge hair then you may want to take this information into consideration…

Classy Sassy Crochet Lesson 5:

Be sure to detangle the hair before and after you apply it to your head. You want to use a denman brush, this tool will brush through the hair safely and easily.

In this step I would add some oil or some sort of product just to make the process of brushing the hair a little easier.

Classy Sassy Crochet Lesson 6:

Use perm rods. Nothing more and nothing less.

I have noticed that flexi rods and sponge rollers have the tendency to hold a lot of water and being that they hold water this means that your hair will not get dry fast enough.

There are so many styles and I think that this is a great protective style for any woman with natural or relaxed hair.

Watch this video to learn more about your possible crochet style!

Thanks for reading & watching!


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