Cornrows Hair Styles

Lemonade Braids Highlighted

Hair Included, Up To 3h 30min

In 2016, Beyonce reignited this protective hairstyle! She released an album called “Lemonade,” which started the lemonade braids trend. This hairstyle, empowering black women worldwide, is fashioned with side-swept cornrows. Lemonade braids have been around for a while and were called side braids. But after the release of her song “Formation,” black women took to the internet sharing their versions of these lemonade braids. Lemonade braids are a protective style sported by black women. These braids start at the front and are woven and swept to one side, and Beyonce’s album Lemonade inspired their name. Now that you have a fair idea about lemonade braids Click on the button below!

Price:- $180- $280

Stich Braids

Hair Included, Up To 2h

Gone are the days of traditional cornrows where everyone’s hairstyle looked similar. Now, thanks to the creativity of Black hairstylists across the globe, Black women can now proudly wear a new cornrow style called “Stitch Braids”. This hairstyle is more intricate and takes an elevated braiding skill to achieve. You may need to work with a hairstylist that’s experienced with this hairstyling technique if you want your hairstyle to turn out exactly like the picture. Otherwise, you may end up posting a “what I ordered vs. what I got” social media post. Beginners can do stitch braids, but it takes a whole lot of practice. Make sure you have the patience and determination for this style because it is not a 5-minute easy style to do. It will pay off and feel so good once you finally get it down.

Price:- $150- $250

Tribal Braids

Hair Included, Up To 6h

Tribal braids have their roots in Africa and feature many techniques and braid styles. Traditionally, braided hairstyles were a way to communicate status, age, relationships, and more. Today, tribal braids are about acknowledging heritage while showing off your personality and style. When you’ve had it up to *here* with your hair, you’re probably thinking of getting braids to get your hair out of the way and make it easier to manage. But tribal braided styles are so much more than that. Steeped in historical significance and rooted in a mix of powerful meaning and practicality, tribal braids are still worn by women of African descent today.

Price:- $200- $300

Cornrows Ponytail (Ghana Braid)

Hair Included, Up To 2h 45min

It is always gorgeous when a woman walks into the room with braided hair, and it adorns her physique like a crown, much like a peak in the ponytail braid. Cornrows Ponytail or Ghana Braids are an African style of protective cornrow braids that go straight back. They’re also known as Cherokee braids, invisible cornrows, banana braids, straight backs, or pencil braids. What makes them exceptional from other protective braids is that they involve the use of hair extensions for a denser result. No matter your face shape, these braids can be modified creatively into different patterns that can soften, elongate, or balance your features! Just don’t forget to apply hydration products first to your hair for an easy braiding process.

Price:- $165- $210

Cornrows - Fulani Braids

Hair Included, Up To 4h 30min

Fulani braids are a mixture of cornrows and box braids and can be worn with or without beads. Most commonly, the style—which gets its name from the Fulani people in West Africa, where the braids originated—is created with cornrows in the front and box braids in the back. The Fulani braid hairstyle is often seen on red carpets, in video clips, and in everyday life, symbolizing not just its African roots; Fulani braids can also represent “social status, wealth, religion, or marital status.

Price:- $180- $250

Feed-In Braids

Hair Included, Up To 1h 25min

Feed-in braids are a plaited hairstyle where the braid is built with extensions from the ground up instead of just installing the extensions. So, this is a practice of “feeding-in” bits of hair to the main braid to grow in size progressively, and it prevents your edges from excessive tension caused by too thick extensions. They are called feed-ins because you can feed in little pieces of hair extensions while you are building the plait; one amount of hair is added for cornrows, a knot is made at the beginning of plaiting, and everything is braided to the end. While making feed-in braids, a braider adds synthetic hair several times without a knot at the beginning.

Price:- $165- $210


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Book by 25/DEC/2023


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