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African American Hairstyle Videos – AAHV

Popular Natural Hairstyles for Black Women


This Is One Of The Best Natural Hair Protective Style You’ll See Using Crochet Braids. Check Out The End Result.


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OMG! I really love how this style turned out at the end. I was getting nervous watching the video as she was doing it because I didn’t know how it was going to turn out. Well, to my surprise the style didn’t disappoint.

Crochet braids are done; first by braiding your hair cornrow style, then use a crochet needle to sew in straight or curly hair extensions into the hair, like we saw in the video. The amount of time it takes greatly depends on your skill level. Some people can get it done in a few hours, while others take longer than 4 hours. It all depends.

In this video, she used straight Kanekalon hair which according to the Amazon description, “is Perfect for braiding and dreadlock hair extensions.” It does have a 4-star rating, and the reviews are positive. I haven’t used it myself, but from what I can see from there it’s pretty good. What’s your experience with it, if any?

I have yet to try crochet braids but I’m curious now after watching this video. She made it look very simple, though, I wonder if I’ll ever amass the courage to try it. The waves at the end look amazing. Do you plan on trying anything like this in the future and what’s your favorite protective style? Share with us in the comment below.

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