One of the most popular braid extensions in Africa, Abuja braids’ texture match well with that of African hairstyles.
They are made of kanekalon fibre which can be curled using hot water. Let’s see how we can experiment with these extensions to create 3 hairstyles that are on fleek with Abuja braids.
1. Space Buns
Putting on braids doesn’t mean you have to let it down always. After braiding on Darling Abuja, you can start the process of bun making.
Part your braids into two from the centre of your head. Taking one section at a time, make a ponytail at the side of your crown. Spin the ponytail around the elastic band to make a bun. Secure this bun with some bobby pins and repeat the same procedure for the other half.
Style Tip: You can leave some hair on the front to act as bangs. This would add some fun to the hairstyle.
2. Simple Extra Long Braids
Girls who are obsessed with long hair should go for this hairstyle. Simply take Darling Abuja and braid them onto your natural hair.
These braids possess a soft and silky texture which can be easily used to achieve cornrows, twists, box braids and classic braids hairstyles. Moreover, they are made of lightweight fibre, thus, you won’t feel heavy on your head.
3. Twisted Pattern Cornrows
Sometimes it’s about the intricate and complex pattern of cornrows on your head. This hairstyle will require a remarkably skilled stylist behind your chair.
With Darling Expression braids you can create elaborate and clean styles. The quality and texture of these kanekalon hair extensions enable you to devise any fancy layout on your crown.
However, with so much going on at the top, it is better to keep your remaining braids flowing. Yay or nay for this hairstyle?
All set to put the extensions on and try these hairstyles? Before you do, take a look at these Tips To Maintain Your Faux Locs.