I also noticed that she played with her hair a lot when she wore twists. For that reason and the fact that she shed a lot of hair after the last set of twists, I decided to go back to cornrowing her hair. She wore cornrows all summer long and retained more length than she ever did before. So as you can see, her hair is being cornrowed again and so shall it be till I know she can wear individual two strand twists again. Right now, her hair needs the "strength in number" concept. The more hair that are together, the less chance for breakage. Cornrows and Flat twists are great for that.
About the beads:
If you are an expert in this area, you will notice that I am an amateur at this. This is my very first time EVER using beads. I watched a couple of youtube videos (gotta love youtube) and decided to give beading a try. In most videos that I watched, rubber bands were used at the ends but I was not going for that. I am scared of those things especially for fine hair. Fine hair can get lost in those things..lol. I used the weave thread to secure the beads at the end. I always make my threads thick for easy removal. I do this by using three pieces of the same length of thread. Once I know what I am doing , I may do a video on using the African Threading method to secure the beads. But so far so good, the beads are secure.
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