How to make a stretched Afro video

how to create a streched Afro

Enjoying my last Afro

Before starting locs, I wanted to do an Afro just one more time. It’s my favorite hairstyle and I wonder if I am going to miss it. Since I have had quite a few questions about my fro over the years, I made a how to make an Afro video that hopefully answers your questions and gives you some ideas you didn’t think about.

how to create a streched AfroMaking an Afro is pretty simple. To get the maximum stretch however, it’s best to braid your hair. Cornrows are the best way to make a stretched afro. Since I am not that great at cornrows, I just did it with braids.

The absolute easiest way to detangle natural hair is in the shower. That is how I do it all the time but for demonstration purposes, I detangled in front of the mirror. Usually I add Silky Shea Hair Butter when my hair is completely wet then I start taking parts, untangle and twist up my hair. As you can see that is how I start in the video.

Since my hair is already moisturized, I used the Scalp Conditioning Spray give my hair a little more slip which makes it easier to detangle. For a change, I also used the Curl Keeper to curl up the ends nicely.

I have to say that I tremendously enjoyed my last Afro. I know I am not going to be able to wear it for at least 10 years. No, I didn’t feel sad at all. It’s time for a change. I am looking forward to a whole new chapter. Hopefully you find the video useful, I hope you enjoy watching and I look forward to your comments.







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