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In The Ghana Braids / Banana Braids Hairstyle Tutorial I inform you of all the products that you will need to achieve this hairstyle.
To achieve this style, you will need as follows;
(6) Packages of Synthetic Kanekalon Braiding Hair
(1) Wide Tooth Comb
(1) Rat Tail Comb
(1) Hair Cutting Scissors
(4) Duck Bill Clips
Step 1: Ghana Braids Tutorial / Invisible Cornrow Braids Braiding Hair for Beginners
To do the Ghana Braids Hairstyle (also referred to as Banana Cornrow Braids and Invisible Cornrow Braids), you want to make sure that you are using kanekalon braiding hair to achieve the same results I have. Using a different kind of braiding hair will show a slight to drastic difference in the results you achieve with this hairstyle.
Before adding any extensions to your hair, it is very important that you have deep conditioned your hair to have well hair moisturized hair throughout the wear of your install.
Step 2: How To Do Ghana Braids / Banana Braids Tutorial: How To Braid Cornrows Step By Step
When braiding on natural hair, you always want to be extremely gentle!
In this step I am teaching you how to braid your own hair for beginners step by step in regards to this invisible cornrow braids hairstyle!
If you are not careful with your hair, that will reflect in the health of your hair.
Too much rough handling on your tresses will result in split damaged ends and hair loss which in the long run stunt the growth of your hair.
Wearing a protective style like this Ghana Braids Hairstyle is great in retaining length but if you always comb…
This is the finished look to your Ghana Braids / Banana Braids Hairstyle after braiding all of your hair whether your hair is relaxed or natural!
This hairstyle is perfect for black hair simply because it is protective of your hair and the ends of your hair isn’t exposed…
Step 4: Invisible Cornrow Braids with Kanekalon Hair : How To Remove Braids on Natural 4c Hair
Now it’s time to take down or uninstall your Ghana Cornrow Braids.
If you would rather sport your hairstyle for another couple of days or even weeks feel free but remember to take care of your hair.
When I wear any type of hairstyle, it is a MUST that I add moisture to my hair at least once a week.
I use my spray bottle concoction to add moisture to my hair.
Remember to release your braids out of a pinned style (if you have done so) at least once a week to add some moisture to your hair…
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“Easy Lemon” Kevin MacLeod