How To Cornrows Tutorial Sealing The Ends of Your Weave Part 4

How To Cornrows Tutorial Sealing The Ends of Your Weave Part 4

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Supplies Used:

(5) Packs/Bundles of synthetic braiding hair

small cold water/wave rollers



Hair ties/bands


Bobby pins

As you are finish braiding your hair for your Cornrow French Braids with Weave, next you will be curling the ends of your hair.
Usually the hair that you use to achieve this twist style is synthetic so it is not best advice to use your curlers or a curling wand to curl the ends of your cornrow/french braid extensions.
Adding heat from a curling iron can potientially melt the extensions or the curl from the curling iron may not give you your best curl result for this style.
It is best to use very thin to medium plastic curling rods to achieve those ringlet curls at the very ends of your braids.
You must roll the ends of your cornrows in the cold water rods and dip the ends in hot water.
Be careful and avoid dripping hot water on yourself and avoid burning your scalp with hot steam.
Once you thoroughly dry off the braid extensions, you can unravel the rods and let your curl hang loose.
After you curl all of your braids run your fingers through to seperate the ends of the cornrowns and to trim away any flimsy ends.

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