Happy Monday Darling Divas!!
If you follow me on my social media then you have already seen my gorgeous new hairstyle! Yes ladies I switched up my hair yet again, and this time I decided to play with my length. This is still yet another crochet style, and I am so pleased with how it came out! This video just gives you the details on this hairstyle, and I swear I am having sooo much fun experimenting with this crochet hairstyle! So enjoy this short video and meet me below for more details and pics!
Did you enjoy the video?? I really hope so! I have really been enjoying switching up my look so often! If you have checked out my Hair growth plan video that I made a couple of weeks ago I said that I would be switching up my look often so that I wouldn’t suffer from product buildup and breakage. When I protective style I have a habit of not taking care of my hair. So by taking my hair down each month, I don’t suffer from the bad habits of protective styling that I usually have to face! If you want some tips on protective styling then check out my blogpost/video about it here. And if you want to check out my hair growth plan blogpost/video then click here.
In the video I said that this hair is the same hair that I used in my very first crochet hairstyle which is pictured below. It is just in different color.
I used 3 packs of the Jamaican Twist Braid Marley Hair from the brand Equal. The Color I used was a 530. It was 4.99 from my local beauty supply store. I cut the 3 packs in half at the rubber band, and rolled the hair on orange and purple cold rods to achieve the curls. I wanted to go for a short hairstyle this time around since I always do long crochet braids and guys I think I am in love! I think I may be rocking it short for awhile!
So ladies what do you think of my new style? I am IN LOVE!! It is soo perfect for the fall! The curls have already dropped and I cant wait to see this style transform over the next couple of weeks.
So ladies thank you soo much for watching! Be sure to follow me on my social media! They are all linked above. Be sure to come back tomorrow for another blog post! I am trying to post for you guys Mondays & Tuesdays at 5PM! Let’s cross our fingers and hope I can stick to that! So until tomorrow love you lots like tator tots!
Happy Memorial Day Darling Divas!!
I hope you are enjoying your Monday, and relaxing if you have the day off today! Today on the blog we are going to be talking about my new hair! I finally hopped on the Crochet Braids trend, and I have no idea why I didn’t do it sooner! This video is all the details on my hair so that if you were wondering anything like what kind of hair it is, or who did it you can just look to one video! I am having sooo much fun with this new do, and I cant wait to experiment with it further. So enjoy the video below and meet me under it for more details!
Did you enjoy the video? I hope that it was as informative and helpful as possible! If you have anymore questions about my hair comment them below or hit me up on any my social media. I will be sure to answer any questions that I see. I’m truly loving my hair, and I am having so much fun with it! I needed some change in my life and I think that hair is filling that space for me right now. I’m not gonna lie I was really nervous with getting my hair like this! It was something I never tried in a color that I haven’t had in F O R E V E R! But I went for it anyway and I’m so happy that I did! I definitely encourage you to try something new with your hair this summer! I promise you wont regret it
Who did my hair?
Now usually this would be a style that I would try to do on my own. But I was at a crunch for time and really didnt have any time at all to figure out how to do this style. So I remembered that my good friend Shirley said to me a couple of months ago that she does Crochet Braids. So I decided to finally call her up and Boom! Crochet Braids done!
Her number is (973) 389-4542. Ask for Shirley and tell her that Brielle sent you!
The Hair I used
I used 6 packs of the Jamaican Twist Braid Marley Hair from the brand Equal. The Color I used was a 1. It was 4.99 from my local beauty supply store, and should be around the same price if you buy it from your beauty supply store or online. You can goggle the brand of hair to see what websites sell them. They also come in a variety of colors, so if you looking for a specific type of color I would suggest ordering it online. You may only find natural colors like black, brown, and maybe red at your local beauty supply store.
So ladies that is all! I hope that this blogpost/video helped you! Feel free to follow me on any of my social media. They are all linked above. What is going to be your protective style this summer? Tell me below in the comment section! So until later on this week, love ya lots like tator tots, and see you soon!