Bantu knots are a traditional African hairstyle that involves twisting small sections of hair and then coiling or knotting them up against the scalp. The style is often used to create curls and waves in natural, textured hair. To create Bantu knots, the hair is usually divided into small sections, and each section is then twisted and coiled tightly against the scalp. The hair is then secured with a hair tie, clip, or bobby pin. Once all of the hair is twisted and secured, the style is left to set, usually overnight or for several hours. Once the hair is...
The Twist Out
The twist-out method is a popular hairstyling technique used to create defined, bouncy curls on natural, textured hair. The technique involves dividing damp or dampened hair into small sections, and then twisting each section of hair around the fingers to create a spiral pattern. Once the hair has been twisted, it is left to dry naturally or with the use of a diffuser attachment on a hair dryer. Once dry, the twists are gently unraveled to reveal the defined curls. The twist-out method is a popular choice for those with curly or coily hair textures because it helps to elongate...
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Micro Loop Hair Extensions
Hair-bun.com says: Micro loop / micro bead / micro ring hair extensions Micro loop hair extensions are little strands of hair, that are attached to the hair with little metallic loops – therefore the name. They’re called micro beads, micro loops and micro rings, yet they all mean the same thing. Micro loop extensions were the first hair extensions that I tried on myself, and I loved them. You need a pair of pliers, and most of the strands have little plastic hair-loops attached to them – all you need to do is put a strand trough it, and pull it up, then use the...
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