45+ Crochet Braids Hairstyles for Girls
The most common method is braiding your natural hair into cornrows, after which extensions are looped through the cornrows using a crochet hook.
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.
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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 crochet hair styles while your natural hair takes a break.
Faux Locs Crochet Dreads
We think this would be the PERFECT size for this type of faux crochet! If you love locs, but don’t want it to be heavy and uncomfortable, you should consider getting a short size crochet los such as this one. The side-swept faux locs dread crochet is gorgeous and looks so natural. Add some golden beads to your braids and clorful strings and you’re good to go!