Braiding hair has always been a great way to show off looks and keep your natural locks healthy too. However, it can be difficult to learn. With jumbo knotless braids with beads, you and your hair will both be able to enjoy the activity more.
The easiest way to get jumbo knotless braids with beads involves getting a few things. First, you need some hair. This can be either virgin or remy human hair. Virgin is always the best and easiest to work with. Remy is great if it’s taken care of properly, but can be damaged easily. You need some accessories like jumbo knotless braids with beads clips and beads.
Of course, you also need a machine to do your hair. You can use any of the types of electric hair styling machines that are available today. This doesn’t have to be high-end expensive one either. Even the top-notch ones are affordable enough for everyone to get their hands on them.
After getting the necessary accessories, it is time to start doing your hair. Find out the best workflow for yourself by trying several approaches. You can try using the jumbo knotless braids with beads clips to do one section of hair at a time. Or you may want to work with a bundle of hair at a time.
Whatever your preferred method, be sure to take good care of your hair as you go along. Make sure that you are coating each strand with oil before braiding it and when you are styling it. The oil is the best way to moisturize the hair and put a protective cover over it. This can help to protect it from damage.
You should also look at what accessories you want to use. You will want to find materials that are durable, easy to work with, and that offer great results. A jumbo knotless braids with beads set should be able to offer a range of different looks for your hair as well. Remember that beads are not the only thing you will be using. You can also use other materials. You will place them on your hair to add cuteness and style. Check also this cute butterfly box braids ideas for women.
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To begin, consider cornrow knots, which are small and easy to master. In order to achieve the look of large, flowing half-braids or buns, use a smaller size of balling tool when making these cornrows. For example, when making a half-braid on the right side of your head, use a larger balling tool when placing cornrows. Begin by wrapping only three to four rice-sized cornrows. The size of the braid will be determined by the final length you want to achieve. [Note that this is different from the steps used in my original article on knotless braids with beads.]
Step #1: The braid is created by looping two hair bands in a circle. Open the braid, and place the cornrows directly against the loop.
Step #2: Continue wrapping the hair around the cornrows until you have added enough to create a nice side braid.
Step #3: To begin wrapping the beads, first use small needle-nose pliers to pick up one end of the bracelet. Then string another bead onto the wire using this end. The bead should be slightly larger than the hole in the needle-nose pliers.
Step #4: Insert the needle-nose pliers into a hole in your bracelet and tighten the bottom wire on it. Allow the upper wire to remain loose. Pick up a second bead and insert it into one of the rice-sized cornrows that you created.
Step #5: Now, use your hand to wrap this long end of the wire around several times. Then, push it through the hole and tighten it. The beads are now secured onto your braid.
Step #6: Repeat this process until you have wrapped the entire bracelet around your cornrow using the same method given above.
Step #7: Once you have finished wrapping all of the beads, use a lighter to heat the end of the wire that is left exposed on your bracelet. This will prevent the wire from poking out.
Step #8: When you are done with the second braid, use both of them to create a bun on the back of your head. Tie it with a thin rope or string, and you’re done!