Still using the the tutorials shown on the GirlsLoveYourCurls You Tube channel, I created a protective style using the African hair Threading (Ghana Plaits) method. Once again, I cannot express how easy it is to complete this style. I’m tempted to experiment with a cornrow like style using thread (Is this even possible? It never hurts to try!). Anyway, here is what my last Ghana Plait journey looked like:
I used the technique shown in the GirlsLoveYourCurls Protective Style video #1 to complete this style. I decided to leave two of the plaits out for bangs and I made one bun at the top and one at the back instead of side by side as shown in the video.
Here’s another view of her top and back bun. I used Cara B Naturally’s leave-in conditioner, rubbing it all over her hair, after washing it with Cara B Naturally shampoo. Once again, I used Coconut Oil on each plait before threading them.
Once again, her hair was moist before I began this style. Next time, I think I’ll try this style on dry hair.