Are you a fan of using our bulk hair for braiding? We have curly, straight, wavy and custom order bulk hair which can all be used for braiding hair, tree braids, or making your own wefts or wigs. A certain vocal segment of our customers have been longing for us to loosen up the reins (and the curls) on our protective styling offerings to allow them the freedom to experiment.
Bulk hair is mostly used for braiding hair extensions, but you can use bulk hair for many more hair possibilities as well.Want to know how you can use the freedom of bulk hair to create a style that suits you? Let us learn together through this Blog
Pixie braids are braids hairstyles with countless of tiny title braids that cover the most part or the whole head. This braids hairstyle in commonly worn by African-American or Black women. The pixie braids consist of many threads of braiding hair that have an approximate width of one pencil. These pixie braids are usually 6 to 24 inches in length and the stylists singe the ends to keep them from unraveling. Since the braids don’t harm the hair and are very versatile, the hair style is very popular among black women trying to grow their real or natural hair. Pixie braids can last between 1 and 3 months.(If you want to do, please contact us)
Cornrows (sometimes called canerows) are a traditional style of braids in which the hair is braided very close to the scalp, using an underhand, upward motion to make a continuous, raised row. Cornrows are often done in simple, straight lines, as the term implies, but they can also be styled in elaborate geometric or curvilinear designs.
Depending on the region of the world, cornrows are worn by both sexes, and are, on some occasions, adorned with beads, hair cuffs, or cowrie shells. The duration of weaving cornrow braids may take up to five hours, depending on the quantity and width. Often favored for their easy maintenance, cornrows can be left in for weeks at a time if maintained through careful washing of the hair and natural oiling of the scalp. Braids are considered a protective styling on African curly hair as they allow for easy and restorative growth. Braids pulled too tightly or worn for longer lengths of time and on different hair types can cause a type of hair loss known as traction alopecia.(If you want to do, please contact us)
For years, crochet braids have been a go-to style for many trying to create a new look or transition out of their relaxer or current hairstyling method. Quick and easy, crocheting is a weaving process that doesn't require much manipulation of your natural hair other than braiding.
Crochet braiding, sometimes referred to as latch hook braiding, is a method of hair styling that's typically used to create length or simply protect one's natural hair. The style is held together by a base of cornrowed hair to which hair extensions are then attached. Gatlin explains it best, saying "crochet is the technique used where you take a crochet sewing hook (typical for crocheting sweaters, scarves,blankets etc.) and attach either a pre-looped hair extension or bulk hair extension onto the hook of the crochet tool."(If you want to do, please contact us)
Enjoy having a blast and don't be afraid to experiment with different braids. Believe us, they're so much fun! Plus -- the more braids you try, the more experienced you'll become，if you have any better braids, please let me know on Tik Tok #blinghair.com. Soon you'll learn which braids are your favorite and which ones look the best in your hair. Have fun braiding and enjoy every single moment.