Crochet Braids Pattern for Different Crochet Hairstyles 13th October 2016 – Posted in: Crochet Braids
Crochet Braids are hot right now because they are easy to do and less time consuming than traditional hairstyles. But choosing a crochet braids pattern can be confusing as there are so many to choose from. So I have set up a quick guide to help you choose a braid pattern. You do not have to use these styles exactly. It is just a little guideline that we here at Jorie Hair created.
Braid Pattern 1
The easiest braid pattern is basically having your hair all back with around 10 cornrows in the front then connecting it to roughly 5 cornrows in the back. The reason is as simple as the fact that your hair needs more cornrows in the front than it does at the back. The rule of thumb with crochet braids is that you add less hair to the back, then add more as you get closer to the front.
Having a good amount of cornrows in the front means that it is easier to cover them with the hair and your part looks more natural and closer together. At the end of the day there are so many different braid patterns that you can go for. This all depends on the style you are hoping to achieve.
Braid Pattern 2
This crochet braids pattern is perfect for crochet braids such as twists, box braids and crochet faux locs. Or basically any crochet braids hairstyle that you want to have a part for. It creates the illusion of single crochet braids. This is perfect for those looking for a natural look.
This style was done by @dphairkloset . We were looking for a versatile crochet braids pattern. So we chose this pattern that gave the model a natural part. In this case our stylist @dphairkloset added braiding hair, which helps the crochet braids last longer.