One thing I love about Cardi B’s hairstyles is that her looks always change her entire face. She can look so different depending on which hair colour she is wearing. She tends to wear wefts and wigs but I have noticed that I like her looks most when she contrasts between blonde weaves and black lace fronts. She tends to keep her makeup subtle when she has bright hair or she will contrast a vibrant makeup look with a soft hair style. Which of these top 5 are your favourite? I would love to know. Don’t forget to check out Beyoncé’s top 10 hairstyles as well.
Top 5 Cardi B Hairstyles
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Which of these hairstyles is your favourite? I actually like the blonde wig she wore when she did a YouTube segment for GQ. I like the dark contrast of those roots as well. I would love to know which one is your favourite.
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Getting hair partings right can enhance your box braids in a way that isn’t obvious at first but it plays a large role. Here are some of the cleanest and most crisp box braids partings that you can show your stylist or you can try and do them yourself.
5 Beautiful Partings For Box Braids
I love how straight and clean these partings are. Most of these are probably achieved with a rat tail comb but I do think you need to be careful if your hair is natural so you don’t cause any unnecessary breakage when you are trying to part the hair. It might be a better idea to stretch your hair first before you do box braids.
I think box partings look better than triangle partings and I’ve noticed triangle partings take way more skill so double check with your stylist first to see his or her’s skill level. I think it’s better to have classic box partings than triangle ones that look bad – I’ve been there and I looked like a fool LOL when the triangle parts could have been done better by the stylist.
Let me know what you think of these 5 box braid parting styles.
So instead of going for yarn twist which I had originally planned to do, I opted to try something totally different. This time around I went with a straight weave and had it sewn in by my mother. I have to say I’m really loving it. The total time it took for my hair was about four hours that’s including her braiding my actual hair in cornrows and sewing it in. I have none of my real hair out which is the point because I wanted to give my hair some time off, so all the hair you see is weave.
So here’s a list of things you should know about the sew-in I got …
- I made sure I deep conditioned my hair the might before getting it done.
- The weave I bought was expensive but worth it. I paid $70 its human hair which means you can curl it and wash it. The brand of the hair is called Remy it’s a very good quality and doesn’t shed.
- My head was very sore the next day because my actual hair is not used to being braided (it’s been years).
- I have to wrap my hair at night which I don’t miss from back in the day when I had perm, but it makes the hair look a lot better.
- This sew-in can stay in for at least 3 months if I take care of right.
So that’s pretty much all I have to say about it, I really love it and I love the fact that my hair is resting underneath. I’m not use to wearing straight hair but it’s all about trying something new.
p.s. because I work so much I usually throw pics of my hairstyles on fbook first so if you want to see more pics let me know so I can add you.
What do you think? Any questions?