Love Your Hair With Knotless Braids

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Knotless braids are gaining more popularity than ever before, and with good reason! These hairstyles offer the best of both worlds, letting you have fun playing with your hair in new, creative ways while also keeping your hair looking neat and presentable at all times. Whether you want to try it out because your current style has gotten boring or because you’re tired of dealing with tangles, knotless braids can give you exactly what you’re looking for. Read on to learn more about these innovative hairstyles and how you can use them to love your hair!

The How And Why

Braided wigs are a great way to get the look you want without sacrificing your natural hair. The best thing about these type of wigs is that they don’t require any knots and can be used in many different ways. You can wear them straight or in an updo, braid them, twist them, curl them – the possibilities are endless! Plus, they provide a natural-looking feel that’s hard to find with other hair types. So if you’re looking for more versatility with your hair, braided wigs are a great option!

Step 1: Prepare The Hair For Braiding

If your hair is not clean, wash it before starting this process. Make sure your hair is dry as well. Next, you want to brush the hair to remove any knots and tangles. This will allow for a more uniform braid down the line. 

Once that’s done, you can start braiding! It might be easier if you section off the hair into even sections. If you have long hair, it might be best to divide it into four or six sections. The smaller the section of hair you have to work with, the less time it will take for braiding down the line.

Step 2: Starting The Braid

To start the braid, divide your hair into three sections. One section should be on top and two sections should be on either side of your head. Take one section from the bottom of your hair and cross it over to the other side. Then take a section from one side of your head and cross it over to the other side, wrapping it around the first section. Keep crossing back and forth with each new part you add until you reach the top of your head where you want to stop. Secure with a rubber band or ponytail holder at the end.

Step 3: Finishing The Braid

-Take a section of your hair and split it in two. -Braid the two sections together. -Continue braiding, making sure to divide your hair into even sections as you go along. -When you reach the end, use an elastic to tie the braid off with a small knot. 

-Repeat this process on all four sides of your head and then comb out any knots or bumps. -You’ll notice that the side braids have created two thin braided wigs framing your face. Now’s the time to get creative! You can either leave them plain, add some extensions, or choose from one of our many pretty styles for beautiful hair without the hassle!

Step 4: Secure The Braid

Once you’ve reached the end of your braid, secure it by tying a knot. This will keep your braid from unraveling throughout the day. You can tie a loose or tight knot depending on how much you want your hair to move. If you want to keep your hair completely out of sight, try putting a few bobby pins in the ends of the braid before securing it. This will help keep those pesky flyaways tucked away and make your hairstyle last longer.

Step 5: Use A Silk Scarf To Keep It Neat Overnight

Don’t worry if your hair looks a little messy at the end of the day. All you need to do is tie it up in a silk scarf and go to sleep. This trick will keep your hair neat overnight. But don’t leave it on for too long, or it will start to break your hair! In the morning, take off the scarf and shake out your locks with a comb or brush. 

And there you have it – knotless braids! What’s more, these are so easy to maintain that they could be considered ‘the lazy girl’s hairstyle’.

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