Braiding Styles


Large selections like a cornrow base are rolled and gelled into a flat design pattern.


These are basically free handing braids with or without extensions . The braid is divided into three equal sections and are intertwined or weaved into one another. Single Braids are a combination of shorter hair braids and extensions made from either natural hair or synthetic hair. Do you know that the most popular style we do right now is Single Braids? Everybody wants them. You ladies are liking them long too. We’ve found that braiding with the natural hair for this style looks the best. What do you think?


These are large inverted braid designed to lay flat on the scalp in variety of patterns. The free end is styled into an finished style.


Flat Twists are a super style for those of you that have natural hair (i.e. your hair has not been chemically straightened). Their faster to put in because they only require two strands of hair and will work well for those of you who have straight or coiled hair. The best thing above all that is they’re easy to maintain. These are two-sectioned braid, interwoven to lay flat on the scalp. I can be designed into variety of patterns with or without extension.


These are individual braids usually small to medium in size. The braids are layered to various lengths usually framing the face. It gives the youthful, short braid look.


Tree braid hairstyles are one of the fastest growing hairstyle trends that is picking up. Also known as invisible braids or tree braid weaving, it is a method that allows an individual to braid and weave loose pieces of hair into braids which are used within the hair to add volume and length into the hair.

The reason that they are called tree braids is that the end of the braid that separates the end of the natural hair and the extension looks a little like a tree trunk. Since this is a complicated procedure, it is most likely that either you will need a stylist or at least someone to help you. Generally, tree braids take no more than three to four hours to complete.


Dreadlock in Jamaica are considered a very deeply spiritual part of the peoples identity. Rastafarians also see Dreads as a very natural way to grow their hair. No matter what your thinking is Dreadlocks are stylish and easy to take care of once they’ve matured. You can find authentic African hair and beauty products online or at either of our shops.

They are also called locks or dreads, are matted coils of hair. Dreadlocks are usually intentionally formed; because of the variety of different hair textures, various methods are used to encourage the formation of locks. such as backcombing sections of the hair, twisting or a process involving the weaving of the hair with a crochet hook to form knots.


They are tightly twisted or curled braids. They are rope like and two strand based braids, looking like dreadlocks.
Kinky Twists are by far the most popular black hair style our customers want.

Short hair or long, Kinky Twist Braid styles keeps you looking like you’re all dressed up even when you’re wearing jeans.
This is style is fashionable all year around and is a nice change from Micro Braids.
Keeping your Kinky Twist curly shouldn’t be a problem either.


These are tiny, single braids usually braided half-way and leaving the rest of the hair. It can be done with either natural or synthetic hair.

Micro Braids refer to tiny hair braids that call for hours for styling. These hair braids require an expert hairstylist as they involve a complex process. Like any other Afro-American hair braids, these can be worn for a long period of time. Ideally, to have a stylish micro braid hairstyle, would require you to have at least medium length hair. This gives more scope to the hairstylist. Micro braids are rather tiny in appearance as compared to all other braids, and are very delicate. Women or men with delicate hair should avoid opting for this hairstyle. The basic braids can be styled in various ways to create new looks.


Corn Rows, also known as rows, braids, or canerows in the Caribbean, are a traditional African style of hair grooming where the hair is braided very close to the scalp, using an underhand, upward motion to produce a continuous, raised row. Cornrows are often formed, as the name implies, in simple, straight lines, but they can also be formed in complicated geometric or curvilinear designs.
Often favored for their easy maintenance, rows can be left in for weeks at a time if maintained through careful washing of the hair and regular oiling of the scalp.