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How To Install Crochet Hairstyles

INTRODUCTION Creating a beautiful crochet hair style can be difficult and require a lot of commitment. Thankfully there’s a new effortless way to get any loc style commitment-free! This article is to help with the creation of your very own Crochet Hairstyle! COMPATABLE CROCHET STYLES This tutorial covers many crochet hair extensions. Expand the blocks …

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Protective Hairstyles

Protective stylings are trendy hairstyles for natural hair that offer year-round protection and versatility! Thousands of your favorite loc styles in one place! Works great on all hair types! Popular hair looks that protect against ordinary defectors! WHAT ARE PROTECTIVE HAIRSTYLES? Protective hairstyles are updos that manipulate one’s natural hair into tight coils or curls, …

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Synthetic Hair: A Comprehensive Overview

When it comes to synthetic hair, you have so many different options to choose from.  After you read this article, you’ll be able to converse with any Certified Hair Extension Specialist in the world. Let’s get started. What Is Synthetic Hair? Basically, it is fake hair manufactured from man-made fibers that are formed from polymers. …

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Backcombing 101: Are You Doing It Right?

The backcombing hairstyling technique was used to create the bouffant style worn by Patsy Cline, the Beehive style worn by Robert Smith, and the worldwide famous hairstyle (dreadlocks) made popular by Bob Marley… WHAT IS BACKCOMBING? Backcombing is also known as teasing or ratting hair to achieve a matted type hairstyle, more- specifically, for creating …

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