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Box braids are individual plaits that are usually divided by small squared off parts or boxes. The great thing about these braids is that because they are not attached to the scalp like cornrows are, they may be manipulated into several different styles. It may take 3-5 hours (depending on the size and length) to complete the style, but the finished product is beautiful and lasts for months.
The point of bohemian braids is for them all to look different. One thing that makes these braids stand out is the undone look they have going on towards the ends! Instead of braiding all the way down, these braids are typically left with the last 3-5 inches of hair unbraided.
Havana twists offer natural women a fresh take on hair twists. Havana hair twists are similar to Marley hair twists, but they have a different look, feel, and cost.
Crochet braids, also known as latch hook braids, are techniques for braiding hair that involve crocheting synthetic hair extensions to a person's natural hair with a latch hook or crochet hook. While crochet braids are a hybrid of traditional braids, they're considered to be more similar to weaves.
Lemonade braids are a type of braids cornrowed to one one side the head. it is named for the ones Beyoncé wore in her 2016 visual album, Lemonade.
With regular cornrows, the hair extensions is added once, at the beginning and braided till the end. With feed-in braids/tribal braids little pieces of hair extensions are added multiple times, at different times on the same braid, which makes it look more natural.
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