Knotless braids: If you’re looking for a light, fun protective hairstyle that’s easy to maintain, why not try knotless braids? Thanks to the feed-in technique used to merge the synthetic hair with your regular hair, knotless braids don’t pull on your scalp like traditional braids do. In fact, they’re virtually painless! And while the braiding technique might seem complicated at first, it’s pretty easy once you get the hang of it. Read on to find out everything you need to know about doing knotless braids, including how to maintain them after they’re installed.
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No wonder knotless braids have taken the beauty world by storm. They come with a little bit of everything and importantly, knotless braids make life easier.
You have a variety of colours, lengths and styles to choose from. You also have the flexibility to be creative with the way you tie your knotless braids. It gives you a break from combing your natural hair for at least four weeks or however long you wear them. So how do you style knotless braids?
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Knotless Braids Styles
1. Bohemian knotless braids
2. Big knotless braids
3. High Knotless Ponytail
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4. Ombre Knotless Braids
5. Bob knotless braids
6. Knotless High Bun
7. Long Knotless Braids
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8. Super Long Knotless Braids
9. Knotless Braids With Curled Ends
10. Knotless Braids with Side Parting
11. Knotless Braids With Beads
12. Knotless Braids Updo
13. Half-Up and Half-Down Knotless Braids
14. Blonde Knotless Braids
15. Medium Knotless Braids
16. Triangle Knotless Braids
17. Knotless Double Buns
Double buns aren’t only for kids. Bring out your confident, soft and playful side by going for a double bun. Hold your hair on each side of your head. You can tie part of your hair and let some loose or you can tie all of your braids up.
18. Tiny Knotless Braids
19. Red Knotless Braids
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20. Brown Knotless Braids
21. Knotless Goddess Braids
22. Twist Knotless Braids
23. Kids Knotless Braids
Kids also have a range of knotless hairstyles they can wear to look fantastic and break away from the usual front-to-back plaited hair. Coloured braids, braids with beads, and two buns at either side of the head are just some of the knotless braid styles you can get for your kid.
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24. Wash your braids once a month at most.
Since braids typically last about 6 weeks, you might not need to wash your braids at all if your hair is relatively dry. But for oily or combination hair, wash your braids after 4 weeks. You don’t have to do a whole lot different from a normal hair wash—just be gentle with the braids so they don’t unravel.
- If you don’t want to do a full wash, you can also use apple cider vinegar. Make a solution with one part vinegar to 3 parts water. Soak a washcloth in the solution and wring it out. Use the washcloth to wipe down your braids and the scalp between your braids. Follow up with a light oil or leave-in conditioner after the vinegar smell is gone.
25. Take your braids down after 6 weeks at most.
Knotless braids last longer than some other types of braids, such as cornrows, but they don’t last forever. If they’re starting to look raggedy and loose, it’s time to take them down.
- The biggest factor for your braids’ longevity is the technique and skill of the person who braided your hair. If you braided your own hair for the first time, or had a friend braid it who hasn’t practiced much, they probably won’t last as long.
- Your braids might start to get heavy as your hair grows out, typically around 2-3 weeks. If they feel like they’re pulling on your scalp or causing you neck pain, go ahead and take them out early.