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DIY Realistic Crochet Braids WITHOUT Any Leave Out




Hey Beauties!

So I have been trying out a bunch of crochet styles for the past few years and I have finally perfected my technique! It is finally good enough to share with the world, so I recorded an in-depth tutorial on how I get my crochet braids to look realistic without any leave out.



THE OTHER CROCHET BRAIDS METHODS DID NOT WORK


Over the years I have seen many tutorials for realistic looking crochet braids such as leaving hair out, knotless crochets, crochet stitching, invisible knots, etc. Unfortunately I could never get any of those methods to work for my hair. I came across this method a while ago while searching the interwebs for a method that I could finally understand. This one takes all of the hassle out of the invisible and knotless methods!

WHY THIS METHOD IS MY FAVORITE




I have received a ton of compliments on my hair, and people do not believe that they are crochet braids. Countless people have said that they look like they are growing straight from my scalp.

I enjoy the flexibility of being able to have a side or middle part, and this method allows me to wear either – which is yet another great thing about this method for crochet braids.

Another great thing about this method is that you do not have to be an excellent braider for this. My braids did not look so great underneath my install (see my braiding pattern in my video below), but I was still able to get a realistic style.

TUTORIAL FOR CROCHET BRAIDS


Like I said, this is the easiest way that I have found to install realistic looking crochet braids. If this tutorial was helpful or if you have any questions, feel free to comment below.

As always, thanks for reading!

DIY Realistic Crochet Braids WITHOUT Any Leave Out





Hey Beauties!

So I have been trying out a bunch of crochet styles for the past few years and I have finally perfected my technique! It is finally good enough to share with the world, so I recorded an in-depth tutorial on how I get my crochet braids to look realistic without any leave out.



THE OTHER CROCHET BRAIDS METHODS DID NOT WORK


Over the years I have seen many tutorials for realistic looking crochet braids such as leaving hair out, knotless crochets, crochet stitching, invisible knots, etc. Unfortunately I could never get any of those methods to work for my hair. I came across this method a while ago while searching the interwebs for a method that I could finally understand. This one takes all of the hassle out of the invisible and knotless methods!

WHY THIS METHOD IS MY FAVORITE




I have received a ton of compliments on my hair, and people do not believe that they are crochet braids. Countless people have said that they look like they are growing straight from my scalp.

I enjoy the flexibility of being able to have a side or middle part, and this method allows me to wear either – which is yet another great thing about this method for crochet braids.

Another great thing about this method is that you do not have to be an excellent braider for this. My braids did not look so great underneath my install (see my braiding pattern in my video below), but I was still able to get a realistic style.

TUTORIAL FOR CROCHET BRAIDS


Like I said, this is the easiest way that I have found to install realistic looking crochet braids. If this tutorial was helpful or if you have any questions, feel free to comment below.

As always, thanks for reading!
Tiffany Arlene
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