1. Corrow your hair down.
2. Insert crochet needle, under the cornrow.
3. Attach apiece of cuevana bounce hair to the hook and close the latch.
4. Pull the crochet needlethrough, and hold the loop open.
5. Pull the two strands ofcuevana buunce hair through the loop.
6. Finished Look Perfect!
1.Use a spray bottle of watered down shampoo and spray your scalp with the mixture.
2.You can lightly massage yourscalp with the pads of your fingers.
3.Optional: Cowash the added hair very gently.
4.Then gently rinse out the mixture you used to clean your scalp (and the cowash in the added hair).
5.0ptional; Condition the added hair as you would condition your normal hair. Then rinse out the conditioner.
6.Condition your own cornowed hair by spraying it with a light mixture of leave-in conditioner.
7.Finish by lightly adding a moisturizer to your hair and the added hair and sealing with and oil.
Treat your crochet braids asyou would your ow hair.Keep the added hair and your own hair mois turized by spritizing t with a moisturizing mixture of something like aloe vera water and a leave-in conditioner.Try not to over moisturize or use too much product; given that you don’t have full accessto all your tresses. product can build up in the deep nooks and crannies of your comrows.
Some people pineapple their crochet braids, while others simply just cover them with a satin bonnet.You may also braid the hair up into large loose braids then cover them with a bonnet or scarf.