Yes..... I counted them all. And it only took about three hours to Cornrow her hair. She is the most patient 4 year old I know.
Her hair was washed and deep conditioned three days before and was left in four threaded plaits. This really stretched her hair out and it was soooo easy to Cornrow her hair.I used Shea moisture growth milk for fine hair to moisturize each section and sealed with Shea butter and coconut oil.
The ends of the cornrows were two-strand twisted. I never finish the ends of her cornrows with braids. It would be a big headache to take those things out.Once I was finished with all the cornrows, I gathered the ends of each side, and cornrowed them down towards her ears. I threaded the very end of each big Cornrow and looped the threaded end under the big Cornrow. I try not to use pins because I am concerned about the pin poking her scalp.
Her hair will be lightly misted with aloe Vera juice about twice a week.