Treebraids, Brazilian Weaves, African Hair Braiding, Italian Perm
Tree Braids, Lacing, Interlock, Individual treebraids
African hair braiding - Individual Treebraids for a FULLER look!
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Treebraids, African hair braiding single braids, micro braids, invisible braids, no matter whether braids are small, or medium, are easy to maintain and last longer depending on section size per braid. Also whether your hair is long or short, there is no reason why you should deprive yourself of the "invisible" microbraid look. Buy this hair shown up top for this Individual Treebraids: Italian Perm
A fuller look, but at the same time a natural look, and not fake looking. Definitely no cornrows. Client has long, natural, thick hair, which was braided to the end of her natural hair length, approximately 7 - 8 inches long. Despite that, the curls definitely had to start closer to the scalp.
An elegant, flowing mane of hair with demure highlights that is delightful to see and soft to the touch. You go girl! You and your husband are going to be very happy enjoying your look!
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Notice how you cannot see the 7 - 8 inches long braids because of the individual tree braids. Also, notice how the curls start closer to her scalp. From the back and sides, and to a certain extent on the top of her head, no one can tell that the client's own hair is braided to the end- as you can see, the curls start closer to her scalp. Another objective was not ensure that the two different hair textures did not clash with each other. Creative influence gives the client's treebraid hairdo a look that says "I grew this hair!", "This is my own hair."
Brown tone highlights were used, one a lighter shade than the other. Italian perm human hair, 18 inches in length. These treebraid braid hairdo can be achieved with 2 packs of hair only with a lot of strategizing. Volume was added to the middle and sides of the hair to create the illusion of a wider face.
No maintenance required on a daily basis. Every other day or so, spray or apply water or mousse. Alternate moose and water. Water used with these treebraids for a softer, more natural look.
Moose application for treebraids:
For longer lasting no maintenance with moose, grab the hair and firmly twist into a single twist, secure with rubber band, and tie a silk scarf.
Morning maintenance of treebraids:
In the morning, just shake it loose and finger wave. If you sleep on the back of your head, or if you are married, start by grabbing hair from the back. Lift the hair up slightly toward your head, then let it fall. Continue this process till you get to the front.
Maintenance of tips of treebraids:
If curls at the end get unruly, grab a small midsection of the hair with fingertips and pull to the tips using water. Not recommended for synthetic hair. Always ensure the tips are wet during application. It dries for a beautiful, well maintained look.
Individual Treebraids is a great style- you get the look of a full weave with the versatility of individual braids. Treebraids were braided throughout the entire head of hair for this style.
This look can be achieved with cornrowed Treebraids.
For those with thinning hair in front- cornrowed treebraids will take the place of missing hair, and is undetectable. Try it!
Note for short hair: you can also wear straight hair.
Note for the many ways this treebraid style can be worn: swept back- as shown on this side of her face, hanging to the sides- as shown on the other side, swept up into a french braid, ponytail- at any position (back, top, middle, sides), pulled straight back, parted at any position client so desires- middle, side, all the way down the middle for pigtails on a casual day... anywhere.
Treebraids (small individuals) took 6 to 8 hours to complete. Click to view additional pictures.
These treebraids took 3 to 4 hours to complete. Click to view additional pictures.
These treebraids took 5 hours with 3 packs of hair. Click to view additional pictures.
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