Crochet braids made a huge debut in 2016 and it looks like they are not going out of style anytime soon. Hardly a new style, the resurgence in popularity of crochet braids — also known as latch hook braids — is partly thanks to the current 90’s revival in both hair and fashion trends. This style is not only simple but easy to do as well. A great protective style with endless numbers of options, crochet braids allow you to experiment with various lengths, colors, and textures, all while keeping natural hair safe and undamaged.
The most common method is braiding your natural hair into cornrows, after which extensions are looped through the cornrows using a crochet hook. The end result is a seamless style that lets you show off bold hairstyles while your natural hair takes a break
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Crochet braids hairstyles are very popular back in the early 1990’s and now it’s back. Most African American women are rocking this style since it can be done quickly. Having long wavy hairstyle can make you look like a celebrity.
Why do these black women are sporting crochet braids all over again? If you will look around, you will notice some women wearing Havana twists, Marley twists, and others. Does it mean that it’s not about straight or wavy hair anymore? Well, according to salon owners, kinky and curly hair are the top choices right now…lol.
With the help of Youtube and Instagram, you can now achieve the look that you desire. There are a lot of options when it comes to the textures, colors and lengths of the hair that you like. By properly installing the crochet braids, you can easily obtain a flawless and natural look. Sometimes people won’t notice if you are wearing real hair or not.