Although in my wedding anniversary post, I mentioned I was going to share the full details of my “Ghana weaving”, a lot of you have also bombarded me with the request of the details since I first shared it on Instagram. Thank you for sending me your request 🙂
This hair style is called different things by different people. For example, I call it the Ghana braids. Some call it the Ghana cornrows, some Ghana weave, some Ghana weaving and I call it Ghana braids like I mentioned earlier.
Irrespective of what different people call it, they are made using the same method. The hair reminds me of the traditional woven African mat. It is gorgeous.
As requested by you, here is the full details of my Ghana weave/braids/cornrows. On the video below, I shared full details of……
1, The hair like the extension I used, how many bundles and recommendation of different colours to you
2, Maintenance of the hair to avoid and prevent damage, dandruff and dry scalp and what I use to moisturise the hair.
4, The hair gel I use to lay the edges flat,
I do hope you found all the details of my Ghana weaving helpful. Like I said in the video, I have worn the hair for up to 10days already before filming the video and it is pain less. Do have fun with yours if you choose the get your hair Ghana braided.
Thank you for viewing. Wishing you a fantastic day today / this weekend.
Much Love, Mojisola.
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