Banana braids, invisible cornrow, pencil braids, Cherokee cornrow or Ghana braids (whichever names you want to refer to it as) is your classic cornrow hairstyle that is thicker in size. It’s been around for a while and is originated from Africa, hence the name Ghana. Check out these beautiful pictures and look below for how to achieve this style.
Ghana Braids Tutorial
Ghana braids are very unique among braids. Unlike your normal braiding pattern, this style requires continuous addition of hair to the braiding process.
Here is a video that teaches how to achieve this perfect Ghana braid pictures you saw above:
Any women of any age can rock this fierce and elegant hair style. And, don’t worry you’ll look great. You can always go back and check out the pictures above for motivation and inspiration.
How To Maintain Your Ghana Cornrow Night Time Routine
I was going to save this for another video post, but it dawns on me that this tutorial is not complete without maintenance. Now that you have your Ghanaian braids installed; you’re ready to look your best. How do I maintain it? You ask! Well, follow the routine that is laid out in the video below. I hope you’ll find the pictures interesting, comment below and let us know what’s your favorite style using Ghana braids?
Check out this cute oversized braided mohawk that I found at @jbraidsandbows. This is spectacular, isn’t it? LOVE IT!