Over 10 Years Experience
Over 10 Years Experience
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Micro braids are tiny braids so small they often resemble thick strands of hair. ... When installing micro braids whether with your natural hair or added hair, only a few strands of hair are used at a time. Because of this, the braids are often much lighter than other protective styles such as box braids or faux locs.
Box braids are plaits or three-strand braids that are divided into square-shaped sections. Regular box braids present a small visible knot at the beginning of the braid where you can clearly see the added extensions. Box braids are a great protective style because there's no thermal heat on the hair, which means your hair won't have any issues growing. That said, box braids can damage your hair if they are too heavy or if they are left in for too long.
Knotless box braids are everything you want in a hairstyle. Not only do they look effortlessly cool, but they are also versatile, flattering, and protective, doing less damage to your hair than traditional box braids. A type of feed-in braid, knotless box braids don’t put tension on your scalp with an ‘anchor knot.’ Instead, we gradually weaves the braiding hair with your natural strands to create a seamless finish that won’t cause breakage or ruin your edges.
Senegalese Twists, or “rope twists” are one of the many protective styles for Afro-textured hair. ... Senegalese twists are created by first wrapping your choice of braiding hair around the root of your natural hair. The hair is then two-strand twisted from the root all the way to the ends of the hair shaft.
Kinky twists are a two-strand twist that generally falls at the shoulders with curled ends. Other than the length of the twists, there are two other major differences between Kinky twists and Marley twists. The first difference is the installation process.
Havana twists are one of the hottest hairstyles to try. These twists are like Marley twists but they are not as heavy and they have a different texture which gives the hair more volume. As these twisted hairstyles are lighter and more comfortable, the Havana twists will be perfect for the upcoming summer season.