Kavuli Nyali is bringing double the fun when it comes to this popular ‘do.
Pigtails aren’t just for little girls! We’ll show you 2 ways to wear the look for an updo that’s playful, yet remains elegant and grown up.
This style is like a piece of art that takes the form of curling shapes. It’s made with thick tracks as the focal point, with thinner tracks braided in between each row. All the tracks move in an S-curve, snaking around your head from the right side, ending under your left ear or in a tight bun. This snaking can also form a spiralling curve if the thickness of the braids begins closer to the hairline.
Two tracks of thick braids that begin at the centre of the hairline and move down in opposite directions to meet at the nape. Finally, the ends are twisted together to form a sweet-heart-shaped bun
A top tip to keep in mind is to remember that these braids are thicker than your usual, so your hairline needs extra protection. Mizani educator and stylist Rocky Bukasa says, “Take care of your edges by keeping them moisturised with a nourishing, taming product like Mizani 25 Miracle Milk. This will maintain the hair’s ability to hold the braids in suspension and ease the tension on your hairline, avoiding breakage.”.
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