Monday, November 16, 2009

How long does your hair have to be to get extensions for cornrolls?

Well theres this convention coming up and i want braids for my costume, and i was wondering how long would your hair have to be to get extensions for cornrolls?



How long does your hair have to be to get extensions for cornrolls?

Your talking about feedin cornrows (The kind where fake hair is added, but doesn't look like it has been). I would say you hair should be at least 2 inches.



How long does your hair have to be to get extensions for cornrolls?

r u from the USA? you lot are so looks obsessed. I wish my hair was thicker, that is why i dye it.



How long does your hair have to be to get extensions for cornrolls?

Extensions for cornrows? What is that?



If you mean just regular cornrows, or even tree braids, then I'd say that a skilled braidist can braid maybe about 1.5 in inches of hair (like approx. 2 months of new growth). If you mean braid extensions such as microbraids, or even the box braids that are coming back into style, it is best for the hair to be longer. The braidist can still grasp short hair for braid extensions, but single braids have a tendency to fall out when your hair isn't that long.



Hope this helps.

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