5 FUN WAYS TO STYLE YOUR CROCHET BRAIDS FOR SUMMER

crochet twist

Twists

Crochet twists are fun, easy to do protective style that still give you access to properly take care of your hair. A protective style would help to protect your hair from harsh summer rays and pool chemicals but still ensure you pay attention to your natural hair underneath.

twistout
Unraveled Twist

Apply a bit of coconut oil to your palms and gently unravel each twist, the coconut oil helps to prevent the hair from frizzing. The unraveled twists make for a bigger and bolder look.
crochet hair styling

Half up, Half down

Take a section from the front part of the hair and secure it firmly with an elastic band. Loosen the secured section by lightly tugging at the underlying bit to conceal the elastic band.



Top Bun

Take the sectioned part from style 3 and roll it on itself, secure the end with a bobby pin or another elastic band.
accessorizing crochet hair

Accessorize

Throw on your favorite accessory to complement your look; a headband, headchain, flower crown, the options are endless.

In all, don’t forget to pay attention to your natural hair, ensure you wash, moisturize and seal regularly. Don’t leave a protective style in for too long and best of all, soak in the warm sun rays and have fun!
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Styling: Instagram.com/Adekemmi
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