hey guys welcome to my channel thank you so much for coming by I really do appreciate it. Well, where do I start? Life happens right I finally managed to edit this video of some footage that I recorded when I was doing these plaits using some thread and a needle I am not sure what to call it but where I grew up we just used to call it zvetsono, literally translated to with needle this video was requested quite a lot but I can’t do it on my head, like well, I haven’t tried to do it on my hair myself, so when I client requested test the same plaits I was like yea and opportunity to record it for you guys and so we are here we go I prefer you doing it on wet hair so much easier to on wet hair and so I’m here I’m just brushing the hair to make sure that I take care of any tangles that may be in the hair and I use a detangling brush for that I also use acrylic yarn which is much gentler to the hair than sewing thread and yeah I don’t make a knot when I start a section so that the thread does not pull too much on the hair I just hold it in the hair so by the end of the thread doesn’t show after the plait is finished and then I just start doing the turns and the ins and outs and the ins and the outs This is an easy way of plaiting I don’t do it this fast as well. I increased the speed of the video so that you don’t take forever to see what I do otherwise this is the actual speed This way of plaiting really works well to
hold the hair so that the style stays new for longer especially on shorter hair which may struggle to hold cornrows, the needle and thread comes in very handy All the products and tools used for the style will be in the description box below so make sure to check it out one thing and it emphasized so much though is the importance of using the blunt needle so that you don’t prick yourself or the client whilst doing these plaits. That’s very important to keep in mind that’s about it. Thank you so much for
watching if you have any questions please put them in the comments section
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100 thoughts on “Tutorial | Needle and yarn cornrows”

  1. I love it! I would like to see a you do it on someone hair that’s short. I want to try this on my hair, but it’s really short now. I have already shared this with my daughters.

  2. This is the only video l've found on YouTube that illustrates this hairstyle. Unless if it has a special name that l don't know. I used to see other girls with this style back home in Zimbabwe and I'm so happy l found this video. I can't do cornrows so l will try this on my daugthers hair thank you so much.

  3. Absolutely great and interesting sista. Can you do this again to show more details? πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  4. Wow. I really like this. Idk how to cornrow and I do not trust others to do it because I am really tenderheaded. I am going to use this for my hair underneath wigs & crochet!!! Thank you girl!!!!

  5. Thank you for this. My mum used to do this style on my hair. I thought of it and knew someone on YouTube would have a tutorial video! 😊

  6. Oh wow. I'm gonna try this since I cant cornrow.
    This technique seems more gentle becuase when braiding the hair you have to constantly separate it. This totally skips that step!

  7. Ma'am be sure to protect your content before some hair company steals it like what happened to Peakmill and Mrs. PreciousMarie…#BlackGirlMagicπŸ‘ŠπŸΎπŸ‘ŠπŸΌ#WakandaForevaπŸ™…πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ™…πŸ½β€β™€οΈ

  8. Wow!!!😱😱😱I have never seen anything like this before! I cannot believe what I am seeing. I am definitely trying this. Absolutely amazing!!!!

  9. amazing work, even i could take a crack at this. winter is coming and i need a protective style but cornrows are just too dificult for me

  10. Wow this is AMAZING! I'm imagining the length retention I'll get for doing this. Thank you so much for this! 😊

  11. Thank you for this video, I've just started doing this on my daughter with 4c hair and we both love it. New subscriber from South Africa

  12. I'm so happy to find this video. I can't condrow but I can sew so this will save me bucks. U r a star

  13. 😳 unbelievable it's beautiful creative way to do the hair. It looks so real cornrows braid. Wow!

  14. You've got to be kidding me!! This is GENIUS!!! thank you so much for this you have no idea!! πŸ™πŸΎβ€

  15. Wow!!!! This is awesome! Never knew about this technique! Great idea and thank you for sharing! If more people see this video I KNOW that this will be the new trend. This will be just as big as lace fronts! Seriously!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lol!

  16. Wow… this is going to help me braid my daughters natural hair much easier πŸ™ŒπŸΎ I didn’t know what else to do coz it’s still short. thank you sisπŸ’‹

  17. I first saw this about 3 weeks ago and I'm doing it on my mum's head. I've so far done 2 lines, and I'm experimenting by using this method and the flat twist one in your other video. I don't know how to do hair at all, so this is the best thing for me because it's actually working and I feel so proud of myself and so grateful to you. I just hope I can try it on my own head. Currently I have mabhanzi which I did myself, but they're not very neat.

  18. Oh myyy u jus reminded me of school going days. I used to rock these inarithi in Ndebele lots of love from Byo Zimbabwe

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