The style takes approximately 2 hours for a less experienced braid artist, and perhaps an hour to an hour and a half for a more experienced one.
The Plan:Longer rows along the side of the head and across the nape, and short rows running from the front towards the back. Then individual braids on the top and three quarters of the back. The rows in the front should not be tracked more than six stitches. Remember not to braid them too tightly.
One's real hair can be used
for this style if it is long and either braided or naturally wavy.
If the hair is short, spiral curl or French wave extensions can be added.
In the end, it should look something like this.
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