Cornrows for both Men and Women with Loose Hair
Active men and women surely want to have hairstyle which can last for many hours and even days, especially those who have long hair. Dreadlocks, being unisex hairstyle, seem to be the best choice for that. This hairstyles allow men and women to go through the day without the fuss of their hair. Although the styles may appear rather sophisticated, they still can be done easily right from home. For those who want to appear slimmer with the locks, you can opt for baby locks.
These hairstyles are indeed perfect and offer thinner look than the dreadlocks. Keep scrolling down and learn how you can achieve this hairstyle.
Cornrows hairstyles are traditionally done on those who have loose hair, but it also works well, to some extent, on baby locks. Shoulder-length hair can simply be braided in a large cornrows, but the longer dreadlocks may require braiding into more than a cornrows in order to help you to distribute the hair’s weight evenly.
In this case, achieving the unisex hairstyle is highly dependent on the parting, which is just like the braiding loose hair.
If a hairstylist or beautician did not start the initial parting of the dreadlocks, you can actually still section your locks of your hair into neat rows. Commonly one to four cornrows are braided, which again depends on the thickness of the hair you are working on.
The locks are commonly braided from the front section of the hairline to the nape of your neck. However, braiding the locks diagonally across the head and tying those to one particular side can create a complimentary, nice side-swept hair style.