Saturday, June 16, 2012

Cornrows, Twists and African Threading/Little Natural

I got bored with using African Threading exclusively and decided to use my three favorite styling methods. The whole process took about 1.5 hrs. My goal is to keep her ends hidden away as this is the only way by which she retains length. I threaded all the ends of the cornrows and the two strand twists to one side.  For each section, I got one medium sized threaded end and they were four in all. Since her ends are not tied into one,  I decided to bead them. Here ends are protected as they were threaded before adding the beads.
This will be kept for a week only and maintained by spritzing with a home-made moisturizing spritz two to three times. She sleeps on a satin pillow case. I found out that her bonnet was receding her hairline, so we stopped using that.

6 comments:

  1. Very cute little girl style.

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  2. Okaaaaii this is tha post I was waitn on!..I lovvvvve how u manage ya lil one's hair & u must no that I'm gaining gr8 tips :-D (Yah bless)!!!

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    1. Glad to know you are gaining great tips. God bless:)

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  3. Love it! I spot that signature smile in that second pic (first row) lol

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    1. LOL... That's Layla for you with her gorgeous smile;)

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