Hairstyles for oval faces

Traditional Cornrows Photo Demo:

Colors have been added to the pictures to demonstrate the process

Step 1: Part Desired Section of Hair.

Step 2: Grip Client’s Hair, Make 3 Separate sections. white, red, blue.

Step 4: Take an equal size amount from part and pull over right section.

Step 5: Now right is incorporated into parted section.

Step 6: Continue process, Keep alternating from left to right. Keep braid attached to scalp.

For the ladies, synthetic extensions can be applied to add length to the cornrow.

Braid Time 3-4 hours.

Hairstyles for oval faces Photo Gallery



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