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These designs help add that little something to an otherwise boring hairstyle. These are my favorite part of cornrowing!
The parting is quite simple. In this picture, I made the design very large, but if I do it again, I’d make it smaller. More cornrows added in the left over hair pulled into two ponytails would look cute.
After you’ve done the dollar sign, add in other cornrows to make a one of a kind hairstyle! What about adding more than one dollar sign? Hmm….
This cornrow heart is absolutely adorable and adds to any hairstyle! Click here if you’d like to see how I made the heart the center piece of this hairstyle, or make the heart and cornrow the way you like it.
I’d love to see any styles you thought of, or how these turned out for you!
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I started cornrowing hair when I was about fourteen years old and have been braiding for a total of three-ish years now.
I've seen people who braid MUCH BETTER than I have and have been braiding for less time than I have, so take it in stride and learn at your own pace.
The biggest thing about learning how to cornrow braids is that you have to be consistent. You need to practice regularly and you need to push yourself.
You can get a doll head and practice your cornrow designs/cornrow hairstyles on that if you'd like!!
Side Cornrows & A Twist Out
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