40+ Baddie Jumbo Knotless Braids for Stunning Look

It is known by so many names, like baddie jumbo knotless braids and African braids. To make these complicated-looking braids, start with a small pigtail that you’ll weave over your head and down to one ear on each side.

Now you’ll want to braid your hair, so you have about 50% of the original long pigtails.

To start off making all the braids, divide the hair into four sections. Then start a French braid and make sure not to twist your hair too tight as you are braiding. This is why it is important to wear a protective cap like a sports bandana or kufi cap when learning how to do African braids.

Baddie Jumbo Knotless Braids

When you have reached the last part of your hair, you can now divide your braids into four again. In the end, you should have about 25 pigtails on each side.

1. Divide your hair into four sections. Start with a French braid, and make sure not to twist your hair too tight as you are braiding. Make sure to wear a protective cap like a sports bandana or kufi cap when learning how to do African braids.

2. Divide your braids into four sections again. Again make sure not to twist your hair too tight as you braid.

3. Divide your hair into four sections again, and braid out the ends of your last set of braids, so they are not in the way. Make sure to wear a protective cap like a sports bandana or kufi cap when learning how to do African braids.

4. Start a smaller braiding pattern with your hair so that it won’t get in the way when you are braiding the rest of your hair over.

5. Continue braiding to the middle of your head, except this time you want to leave the last section loose. Make sure to wear a protective cap like a sports bandana or kufi cap when learning how to do African braids.

6. After you have reached the middle of your head, you can then continue braiding to the end of your hair on each side.

7. After you have braided the ends of your hair, add some flowers and beads to finish off the African braid part!

8. You can now tie up all these pigtails so they won’t be in your way when doing other parts of your hair. Make sure to wear a protective cap like a sports bandana or kufi cap when learning how to do African braids.

9. To finish things up, you can take all the braids and secure them together in a ponytail at the back of your head.

10. For those who are using an afro pick to do the braids, you will have to make them bigger or space them out in order for the afro pick to fit through. Make sure to wear a protective cap like a sports bandana or kufi cap when learning how to do African braids.

 

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