Braided, Twisted & Rolled + Introducing New Blog
I’m so excited to deliver you this post from our guest blogger, Aisha. The style is amazing, of course! No surprise there however you all have been asking and asking if Aisha and Anisa have their very own weblog, nicely, I am here to inform you today that they DO!!! 🙂 It is brand spanking new so head on over and present them numerous love! Make sure you follow their weblog for extra amazing kinds like this one. Blog: Braid with Me and you’ll want to cease by and “like” their Facebook web page! Aisha & Anisa have been around Beads, Braids & Past for a year or so now so I am very excited to look at their blog grow. 🙂
Before heading out on a household vacation earlier this month, I picked up the July situation of Essence magazine. As soon as everyone was situated on the airplane, I began to thumb via the pages after i saw it! It was the Tremendous Naturals gallery on web page 60. Out of the 21 black short hairstyles wigs photos that had been featured, my eyes had been centered on one specifically. It was a cornrowed, rolled and presumably twisted creation and it was stunning! I knew that I had to try it!!
I began with clean, detangled, moisturized and stretched hair. Anisa’s hair was moisturized and styled using Bee Mine Luscious Balanced Cream Moisturizer, Bee Mine Bee Hold Curly Butter and Bee Mine Deja’s Hair Milk.
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I began by parting her hair into three sections – one large section on each facet and one thinner section in the middle of her head.
I secured two of the sections with an ouchless band and started braiding one of many bigger sections. I made my first cornrow on the nape of her neck. I made a somewhat curved half and started braiding. I continued the cornrow all the best way down, however only on the cornrows on the nape of her neck on every aspect. I continued cornrowing her hair my making parts of varying widths and curves. The remaining cornrows had been formed into two strand twists.
I continued the same steps on the other bigger aspect till that aspect was complete. Once it was complete I secured the twists with an ouchless band so I might add two strand twists to the center section.
That is how her hair looked once I was completed cornrowing/braiding and twisting.
The subsequent step was to kind the rolls or “humps.” I began by grabbing a small section in the again and rolling it below. As a result of her length, I needed to roll her hair round itself a number of times. I secured the roll with a hair pin. I continued by grabbing sections, rolling them, and pinning them into place. One thing that I found useful was to secrue the rolls to each other. So lets say that the primary roll is Roll A and the next roll I made is that I made is Roll B. As soon as Roll B was formed, I pinned it to Roll A, Roll C was pinned to Roll B and so forth. Once I used to be completed, I would formed a total of 6 rolled sections. Keep in mind that every “part” contained a couple of roll due to her length.
I really love this fashion!! We had to go the grocery store shortly after I completed this type and she acquired a number of compliments.
Night time Routine:
At evening I will remove her pins and moisturize her hair utilizing Bee Mine Deja’s Hair Milk. My alternative moisturizer will be the Bee Mine Juicy Moisturizing Every day Spritz. She’s going to wear a satin bonnet that ties round her head. She also uses a satin pillowcase.
I discovered the Barbie shirt on the recent Matter web site. It is actually a junior’s dimension XS. I added the belt to vary up the look. The leggings are from The Children’s Place and the sandals are from Hole.