Salon: Kenneth Shuler School of Cosmetology / Garner’s Ferry Rd.
Stylist: Jasmine sims
Make Up: Paige Jackson
This is one of the most popular and time-consuming black hairstyles available. Start with an idea of how the hair is contoured on each lady’s scalp. Partition the rows in narrow or wide standard three-strand braids. Dexterity and close braids will highlight the gloss of the hair. Continue the braids to ends of the hair length. In order to create the style on the crown, the hair should not be cropped. When all lengths have been braided use any technique to achieve the bunch on top. The secret to this dynamic hairstyle is to apply an artistic color or foil in the non-braided hair before braiding begins. Color contrasts are magic when creating tight rows.