How Long Hair For Cornrows To Stay In Well


type=’html’>A great look that many love is cornrows. But there is the question of how long does hair need to be for cornrows to stay in effectively. If you have never had them done before, know that they take some time and effort as well as money. To have them fall out right away is frustrating.

Typically a quality shop can get this look on your head as short as an inch long. But you also need to have some curl in your natural mane as well to do this. You can effectively put cornrows in straight locks this short but in most cases they will fall out.

Be prepared to sit while the stylist works on you if you have this short of hair. It takes a skilled stylist to get the job done and you are paying for their time. It is worth paying to get a stylist who knows what they are doing.

If you have a bit longer locks to work with you can expect that your rows will stay in better. This is because there is more of an anchor in your hair. You want to get a quality stylist no matter how long your hair is. Some recommend Caribbean salons as they are excellent and well skilled with this style.

The best length for rows is at least four inches. This is especially true for people with straighter styles naturally. As it grows it can look great for a lengthier period of time, the stylist can get the rows tighter and you will be able to wear them longer.

The look of cornrows is hot. You can have a great summer look or even winter rows that require little upkeep. Visit a stylist to see what they can do for you and trust the recommendations of friends. And make sure you seek out a stylist who knows what they are doing.

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