Cornrows are simple hairstyles that have been around for a very long time. They are very easy to maintain, looks fantastic and can improve hair growth.
With this type of hairstyles, you can quickly style your hair without spending much time and it can also last for a long period of time.
These hairstyles can take on a variety of shapes depending on the type of look you are going for. Some women may think that cornrow hairstyles are more suitable for only casual events but these hairstyles will surely prove to you that, you can rock them to all sorts of occasions.
There are a lot of different cornrow styles to choose from which includes simple small cornrows, Ghana braids, cornrow with large bun, lemonade braids etc.
You can also mix up your look with both cornrows and natural hair. This look will allow you to display your braiding skills along with your beauty natural hair.
Cornrow hairstyles can be accessorise with beads to create a statement look.
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