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(3) Packs/Bundles of synthetic braiding hair
Plastic hair beader or/and a Crotchet needle
Styling your latch hook crotchet braid style is so fun because you can be as creative as you want to be!
You can do a light trim to decrease the length of your hair or you can do an extreme hair cut like an asymmetrical bob or a pixie cut.
Also, if your hair is curly, to reduce the bulky or heavy look, you can cut the curls in layers.
Take your time when you are styling your hair because you want to be proud of your work and continually wear your custom latch hook crotchet braid style!
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