Saturday, December 31, 2011

Box Braids and Cornrows Using Curlformers

January Hair Carnival and Giveaway

*This style was originally posted on Beads, Braids and Beyond


Steps:
Day 1: I made two cornrows in the front on each side and cornrows in the back. She has two ponytails on each side of her head in the front and a big ponytail in the back (center).

I added Curlformers to the cornrows and the big ponytail in the back.

Later on Day 2: I added small box braids to the section where the big ponytail was.

Once again I added the Curlformers. I also added another cornrow in the front on each side.

Later on Day 3: I added small box braids in the front where the two ponytails were. The style is almost complete!!!!

Day 4: The Results!!!
I used my own mixture of  shea butter, coconut oil, vitamin E oil, and castor oil while braiding her hair.

















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15 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous, I love those braids in curls...those are some tiny braids :)

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  2. Oh my goodness gracious! Look at that gorgeous hair!

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  3. Thanks ladies! I really need to do this again.

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  4. I always love her braids. They're always so silky! Beautiful curls!

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  5. LOVE this!!!! My gosh... Her hair is glorious!!!!

    Char~

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  6. Dag'on it Aisha!!!! You are the SLAM. This is ridiculous!! Now the Curlformers set if off, but YOU and those Mini-braids over there???!?!? O-O. Aint nobody playin' Aisha!!!!

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  7. Wow, the curly mini-braids look amaaaaazing!!!!!!!!!! Love!

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  8. Thanks ladies! BBH you are the BEST!!!

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  9. You are so creative and that child's hair is always looking PERFECT! I love it!

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  10. Thank you Rae!! You keep Syd's hair looking fabulous as well!!

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  11. LOVE!!! I remember this from BBB :D And I still love it!
    ~Karli

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  12. Her hair is so fab! Great job Mommy! After reading your post, I am so glad to know that it's ok to create a style over a few days.....=0) Thanks for sharing!!

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  13. Thank you Ernasha! It's perfectly fine to take your time when styling.

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