Feed In Braids

Top 20 Versatile Feed In Braids of 2022


These three words describe Feed In Braids perfectly! From the 1960s onwards, this type of braid has gained popularity due to its potential to create a multitude of freestyle hairdos.

Feed in braids have a very wide range. It can be either short or long, thin or thick, a single layer, or as many layers as you wish to get. Once you get a hang of the technique, you can get very creative with the look you want to achieve.

Those of you who love to accessorize should try out this cool and funky protective hairstyle!

In this article, we will provide you with all the elaborate details about feed in braids. You will get to know what feed in braids are, where they originated from and how you can prepare it by yourself at home.

Additionally, you’ll learn what are the top 20 artistic and versatile feed in braids looks of this year, and last but not the least, what care tips you should follow to keep your feed in braids healthy and long-lasting.

No need to quench your curiosity or queries by browsing all over the internet. We have also answered your frequently asked questions right here at the very end of this article.

Get reading and find out all about your favorite intricate feed in braids!

What Do We Mean By Feed In Braids?

Adding Feed in Braids

In our contemporary times, feed in braids makes for trendy and sleek fashion statements. But you may be wondering, what is feed in braids?

Feed in braids are a more advanced style of braiding that takes your hairstyling to the next level and adds flair, panache, and finesse. It can be done on all textures of hair – straight, curly, wavy, smooth and silky, or coarse.

The name comes from the fact that synthetic braiding hair is ‘fed in’ with your natural hair to create the appearance that you have very nice, long strands. The hair extensions used for this gradually increase in size as most of your natural hair is replaced entirely with artificial braiding hair.

Trust us, no one can tell apart where your own hair stops and where the extensions begin! That is the true appeal and magic of this style.

You can opt for a wide variety of feed in braids hairstyles that match your personality. While there are many lengths, colors, and thicknesses, the most common and widely used feed in braids is the Cornrow.

Where Did Feed In Braids Originate From?

If you are a fan of history, here are some fascinating facts about this hairdo that might catch your interest.

What we call feed in braids today dates back to 3000 B.C. in the continent of Africa. Yes, it is that old!

This hairstyle has a rich history and it stood for identity in terms of an individual’s social position, religion, ethnic tribes, etc. Particularly for African American slaves, the feed in braids symbolized freedom and resistance.

The pattern of the braids was used as maps to escape enslavement. Inside the braids, men and women carried grains, rice, or seeds as their source of food for their long journey across the Middle Passage.

How To DIY Feed In Braids?

Now that you are familiar with the concept of feed in braids, let us provide you with a detailed guide on how to prepare this hairstyle by yourself.

Here, we will discuss a basic beginner-friendly hairstyle before we address the more complex and difficult looks in the next section. Make sure to follow each portion carefully to do your first solo feed in braids at home!

Prepping Your Hair

The worst kind of hair condition to do feed in braids is tangled, dry, or knotted hairs. So your first step would be to detangle and wet your locks.

Step 1: Wash

Start off by washing your hair with shampoo and a leave-in conditioner. This moisturizes your hair and creates the base for your braids.

Step 2: Stretch

The next step is to stretch your hair with a bristle brush to remove all the knots. Once this is done, move on to blow-drying your hair until it is smooth.

Additional Step: Straighten

If you have got a particularly curly or coarse hair texture, then you can additionally straighten your hair to achieve a sleeker and silkier texture.

Parting Braid Sections

How many braid sections you will part entirely depends on the type and number of braids you wish to create.

For example, if you want to do two thick braids, then you have to part your hair equally into two sections with a middle parting. The position of the parting will shift to the left or right if you want to go for a side part though.

For thinner and more braids, the quantities of parting will increase as well.  It is better to set each parting and braid individually.

Step 1: Shaping

Begin with the side most braid first and collect the hair in a slanted position instead of a straight one. This aligns your braid with the shape of your hairline.

Step 2: Parting

There should be less hair near the nape of your neck and a thicker parting towards your forehead.

It is better to use a metal tail comb for a more accurate and precise parting. But if you do not have that, any rat tail comb can also do the job nicely.

Step 3: Clipping

The non-braided hairs can be clipped away with some hair claw clips and duckbill clips. This will allow you to work on your braids one at a time, undisturbed!

Separating Braiding Hairs

Braiding Hair extensions is absolutely essential for feed in braids. Pre-stretched braiding hairs come in multiple sizes, from 12” to as large as 56”. Choose the quantity and size according to the style of feed in braids you want to do.

To complement your personality, you can opt for colorful hair extensions. Braiding hairs have shades of brown, burgundy, blue, platinum, green, and many more options for you to play with!

Use a braiding rack to separate three to five rows of hair extensions depending on how many braids you will make. Pinch and twist each lock of hair to maintain consistent portions.

To change up your hairstyle, simply dip the pre-stretched braiding hair extensions into hot water. The change in temperatures can give you the appropriate textures necessary to go from Cornrows to Box Braids to Senegalese Twists!

Creating Natural Braids

Before starting to braid, apply some sort of pomade, hair gel, or wax on the roots, edges, and around the perimeter of your hairline. The Shine ’n Jam Conditioning Gel is a highly recommended product for this purpose!

Step 1: Brush Hair to Separate

Brush your hair out to spread the jam. This will give you a straight and smooth base to work on.  Separate your baby hairs to create fancy edge designs!

Step 2: Divide Strands

Take a small section of your hair, divide it into three strands and begin braiding normally without adding any extra hair. This will initiate your natural braids to which you will gradually attach the braiding hairs eventually.

Step 3: Start Cornrowing

You can use a standard cornrow technique for this braiding. Pinch the middle strand and bring the right strand into the middle from underneath. Now go beneath the new middle strand and bring the left strand into the middle.

Keep doing this back and forth to complete the full cornrow braid.

Adding Feed In Braids

After forming a few centimeters of natural cornrow braid, now you can start adding the feed in braids an inch backward from your hairline.

Step 1: Align Your Braids

Use one of the pre-separated locks and further divide it into three strands for the beginning of your first braid. Align one strand with two outside portions of your braid.

Step 2: Keep Adding Hair Extensions

Now bring the middle strand up which contains only your natural hair and continue braiding. After one or two more twists add in another hair extension. Keep doing this as frequently as you like based on the size of your braid.

Step 3: Thicken The Braids

As your cornrow thickens up, continue adding in your natural hair and your feed in hair consecutively. Particularly, feed in the hair extensions into the portions where the braid starts to look a little empty or flat.

If you wish to hide your natural hair color, then add in more extensions and vice versa.

This technique is very helpful for those with thick scalps showing. Adding feed in braids can give you thin and uniform partings with each braid going from thin to thick beautifully!

There are a number of ways in which you can do the feed in braiding technique depending on which hairstyle you are going for. Let’s say you want to do Faux Locs. Then you would have to go for methods such as crocheting or retwisting instead of cornrowing.

Completing Your Look

This is where you complete your look by adjusting and fine-tuning your hair. Follow the steps to get an elaborate idea.

Step 1: Add Gel

Once you are near the end of your natural hair, add in some more of the hair gel or wax. This helps to ensure that your natural hair does not stick out once it gives away to the hair extension completely.

The tight grip of the artificial hair also keeps your natural hair intact! This is especially needed for those of you with curly, kinky, or coily hair.

Step 2: Merge To Make Braids Seamless

As you continue braiding your artificial feed in braid, you may notice that the strands become uneven at the ending tips. No need to panic! Simply steal a little bit of hair from the thicker strand and merge it with the thinner strands until all three strands are of equal size.

At this point, the cornrow will naturally taper down into a long, graceful braid just like your natural hair would. To seal off the end of your feed in braid, there are various processes.

Step 3: Seal Braid Ends

You can just dip the braid end into boiling water to seal it off. Or, you can roll it and then dip it into hot water for a curlier look. The heat from a blow-dryer can also close the cornrow nicely.

If you are uncomfortable with these techniques, you can always use a rubber band. But this is actually the least recommended way.

And, voila! From a thin natural braid to a bold and bulky cornrow, your first strand is done. Repeat sections 2,4,5, and 6 with the rest of your hair to complete the entire look.

Some of you might be visual learners. For you guys, reading and following our detailed guide by hand may get a little difficult. No worries, you can check out this tutorial on How To Do Feed In Braids and do it easily at home, all by yourself.

[ Note: Making feed in braids is a lengthy and time-consuming process. Your hands might tire and you may lose patience. In that case, the better option is to go to a hair salon and get your cornrows done by an experienced hairstylist. ]

20 Popular Feed In Braids Styles of 2022

We have certainly introduced you to the basics of how to DIY feed in braids in the comfort of your own home. But did you know, there are a LOT of styles you can do with feed in braids?

You can get really creative and artistic with your looks. You can also change up the braid style depending on your mood every month!

Let us take you through a library of the top 20 most versatile feed in braids styles of 2022. These hairdos vary in designs, colors, and lengths, and can be worn on different occasions with exciting accessories.

Check out these cool looks and let us know which style you want to go for this month!

Feed In Braids With Bun

Feed in Braids with Bun

Summer is here and you have an upcoming pool party. What to do about your hassling long curls? The feed in braids with bun is the perfect solution!

Create as many cornrows as you want with feed in braiding hair. Once the braids are complete, simply twist and create a bun.

For a more fun and hip look, increase the number of buns and include complex styles of buns such as high or low knot braid buns.

With your hair out of the way, you will be free to swim around in a cute two-piece bikini or one shoulder or deep neck plunge one-piece swimsuit.

Enjoy the summer heat in your feed in braids with a bun hairstyle!

[ Note: Rinse your feed in braids after swimming. Or else, the chlorine from the pool can settle in and dry out your hair locks. ]

Multi-layered Cornrows

Multi Layered Cornrows

Have you been wanting to slay at the gym with a new style? The multi-layered cornrow feed in braids can really make your look pop!

This look enhances the typical cornrow style by incorporating about twelve to fourteen layers of cornrows that run from the tip of your hairline to the level of your hip or beyond.

The multi-layered cornrows can be helpful in the gym since it keeps your hair from getting frizzy from the sweat of your intense workouts. If the length bothers you during a treadmill run, simply lock off your feed in braids into a tight bun.

Complement your hairstyle with some comfortable sports bra and tights from the Calvin Klein activewear for women section.

Heart-Shaped Braids

Heart Shaped Braids

If you are looking for a cute feminine hairstyle for your valentine’s date night, the heart-shaped feed in braids is definitely for you.

To achieve this style, you can create two cornrows in the shape of ‘2’ facing each other. This can be done either on the sides of your scalp above the sideburns or the top middle portion of your head.

Match the heart-shaped feed in braids with some fancy red or baby pink manicures to highlight the romantic aspects!

A simple red off-shoulder short dress or a halter gown will complement your feed in braids splendidly.

Knotless Box Braids

Knotless Box Braids

You may be wondering how box braids differ from a cornrow? Well, the answer is pretty simple!

Instead of horizontal lines carrying each braid in a cornrow, box braids are formed by creating 1” or 2” box-like sections spread uniformly all over your head.

Cowrie Shells is an awesome accessory for box braids. Attach a shell at the bottom of each braid or all throughout the length of your braids unevenly and create unique designs.

The sound of cowrie shells hitting each other will surely take you back to your favorite sea beach! To match nostalgia with a bohemian feel, create jungle box braids and put on some bright eye shadows.

Ponytail Braids

Ponytail Braids

If you want to add some height to your feed in braids, you can definitely try out this hairstyle.

After creating your chosen style, pull all the braids in an upward ponytail motion but leave out some strands. Support your ponytail by tying it with a durable rubber band.

Roll the leftover strands around the rubber band to cover it and give your hair the most natural appearance.

No one will be able to tell that your feed in ponytail braids are artificially formed!

Customize your style with some rad-looking jean jacket and shorts, with some cool designs or words sewn onto the jacket.

Stitch Braids

Stitch Braids

This is the ultimate style for you girls with long nail extensions!

This hairdo begins by creating long horizontal stitch-like braids and then adding in the hair extensions. The straight lines with each layer of the stitch braid can be easily done if you have long nails.

This can be followed by a very thin cornrow between each stitch braid to highlight the braiding technique.

To make your feed in braids pop, wear large hoop earrings with some smoky eyeshadow! Stay safe and cover your face with a matching colorful mask to prevent the risk of getting Covid.

Ghana Braids

Ghana Braids

You might know this style as the ‘banana cornrow’ or the ‘step up cornrow’. Ghana braids intertwine the feed in braids with your natural hair from the very beginning. It incorporates both the cornrow and the Ghana weaving techniques, giving this style more complexity!

Ghana braids are larger than your traditional cornrows. This type of feed in braids works best with colorful hair extensions.

So you can get very creative with blue or pink braiding hair or even go for more multicolor options. The more ranges of color you choose for each feed in braids, the edgier your hair will become!

Wear a single-colored dress to make your Ghana braids stand out.

Rope Cornrow Braids

Rope Cornrow Braids

For a fun, kinky, and easy-to-do feed in braids style, try out the rope cornrow braids!

The rope technique adds each strand of your natural hair with the feed in braiding hair.

This is easier than a cornrow since you do not have to keep adding in feed in braids multiple times for each braid.

Simply twist and roll your braid all throughout until the very end and seal it off with some hot water to get your curly tips!

This girly-girl hairstyle can go really well with a pink top and some bright peach lipstick.

French Braids

French Braids

Do you remember the adorable two-side French braids you used to do at school? The French feed in braids is very similar to that hairstyle.

Make your regular French braids more modern and fancy by adding in feed in braids. This will give your hair more thickness and bulk.

With a tight-fit t-shirt and white khaki pants, the French feed in braids will make you look smart and fashionable.

This feed in braids hairdo is a semi-casual one and can be worn at school, meetings, or office parties.

Pair up the French braids with some hair rings of your choice. Add cute charms to the rings to get some bling for your hair.

Bohemian Braids

Bohemian Braids

For an unconventional, funky style, the Bohemian or Boho feed in braids is a great choice!

Feed in braids usually uses one type of braiding hair. In this case, two types of braiding hair are needed.

These sorts of feed ins in such a way that you leave out a few strands every now and then. These hairs sticking out will create a free-flowing boho look!

Once the full look is done, you can loosen up the bohemian braids a little to enhance the rough vibe and give yourself an effortless aura. This is an amazing hairstyle if you are planning to go to a wedding soon!

Cornrow With Swoop Braids

Cornrow with Swoop Braids

Feed in braids is a very tight, swept-back kind of hairstyle. But many of you wish to have bangs. How can you possibly do both? The Cornrow with Swoop Braids allow you to get a 2-in-1 hairstyle.

Prep the base of your hair in a typical cornrow look with feed in braids. The focus of this look is on the front bangs. Instead of doing a backward cornrow, set aside some hair in the front to do braids in a swoop motion.

The back of the hair can be customized for whichever event you have going on. You can do a ponytail, half up half down style, a bun, and much more! You may also change up the braiding style and do a box braid.

Faux Locs With Feed In Braids

Faux Locs With Feed in Braids

Are you looking for a rustic hairstyle with braids? Faux Locs with feed in braids is exactly that!

To achieve this look, firstly box braid all your natural hair into as many sections as you want the faux locs to be. Once that is done start to add in the braiding hair to elongate the length.

After a considerable size of braid is formed, take a second hair extension and start to wrap your box braids by placing one end beneath the braid and bringing it around to the front.

If the braiding hair starts thinning, add in another hair extension and keep adding as you see fit to gain your desired length.

Burn up the ends of your feed in braids to seal off the faux locs. Decorate your rustic style with gold or silver hair clips and different types of African beads.

If you are more of the adventurous type, go for butterfly locs to reflect your vivid personality!

Zig Zag Braids

Zig Zag Braids

If you have a vivacious personality who is always looking for exciting things to try out, you must do the zig-zag feed in braids!

This style is very artistic, trendy, and chic. Your scalp is designed into gorgeous snake-like zigzags using braiding hair.

The trick is to connect the cornrows with feed in braids in a repetitive ‘z’ or ‘s’ shape until it flows off into a straight cornrow braid. The motion has to be continuous to get a smooth finishing.

Style your zig-zag feed in braids with some long eyelashes, a nose ring, and bold curly edge designs!

Knotless Criss-Cross Braids

Knotless Criss Cross Braids

The Knotless Criss Cross Braids are dashing and sassy! It consists of two parts – box braids on the back and criss-cross braids on the front.

You can create the criss-cross by tying up each individual box section and then adding it to the corresponding section behind it diagonally, overlapping each other. Part your box sections precisely by using edge control.

There are no braids in the anterior section. When a large portion of your head is covered in crisscrosses, then you can construct the box braids in the back of your head by adding in feed in braids.

For some more sass, complement your feed in braids style by wearing a deep plunge, full sleeve long dress with a leg slit!

Side Swept Lemonade Braids

Side Swept Lemonade Braids

If you love Beyoncé, this is a must-try hairstyle for you!

The side-swept lemonade braid is parted on one side and it is very thinly braided using less feed in braids compared to other styles. It is a combination of cornrows, goddess braids, and Fulani-style braids.

The side-swept lemonade braid is a very popular hairstyle that you can wear with a spaghetti strap sundress at your next beach party!

Half Up Half Down Goddess Braids

Half Up Half Down Goddess Braids

Are you in a mood for some bun or ponytail and also leaving your braids open? Fret not, for we have a hairstyle that does both for you simultaneously!

For a more boho feel, leave out some strands while adding the feed in braids or curl your hair beforehand.

Boost up the goddess quality by pairing your style with some shiny diamond earrings, necklace, and some bracelets!

Feed In Pigtail Braids

Feed In Pigtail Braids

This style is a stunning look for young girls who are just getting started with feed in braids!

Before getting creative with the hair accessories, tie your hair into two high-hanging pigtails. For this, you have to braid your full hair in whichever style you prefer.

Use as many colors of nylon hair clip-on or feed in braids as you wish. Add in the feed in braids in an interesting zig-zag or rolling pattern. You can also put on various designs of hair clips and beads on the cornrows of your scalp.

Feed in pigtail braids allows you to be versatile and innovative!

Fulani Style Braids

Fulani Braids

Fulani braids are a sexy and sleek hairstyle, perfect for clubbing at bars and rave parties!

For this hairdo, you have to part your hair equally on two sides and form a thick cornrow in the middle. With the rest of the hair, make horizontal cornrows from the center towards the respective sides using the feed in braids.

Accessorize your Fulani feed in braids with long dangling earrings and some hair rings to highlight the center cornrow.

Braids With A Fishtail

Braids With A Fishtail

If you are a fan of Blake Lively styles, then the feed in braids with a fishtail is definitely your look!

Just like the other styles, create the base of your scalp with whatever braid you fancy. No need to add feed in braids yet if you have long hair.

Prop up all the hair into a high ponytail position and protect your edges in the meantime with some hair wrap strips. Tie the ponytail and start adding feed in braids to form the fishtail.

Do this feed in braids hairstyle to stand out at your next hangout with friends!

Jumbo Tribal Braids

Jumbo Tribal Braids

Also known as Pop Smoke braids, the Jumbo Tribal Braids are the thickest of all feed in braids!

This style is inspired and popularized by the late rapper of the same name. Using the stitch-in technique, you have to make cornrow braids with your natural hair and then add in the jumbo portioned feed in braids.

The perfect season to do this style is winter, so that you can keep your head warm. Make your look more fashionable by wearing a turtleneck sweater or knitted shawl scarves with a thick fleece jacket.

Music lovers, especially rap fans, should absolutely check out this style!

Some Care Tips For Your Feed In Braids

Being a protective style, feed in braids require a different type of maintenance than other regular or less complex hairstyles. Such tight protective styles tend to put a significant amount of strain on your scalp, leading to permanent damage.

Don’t get worked up though! We have listed some of the much-needed care tips that can keep your feed in braids fresh, healthy, and shiny.

1. Trace your scalp lines parted between the braids with mineral enriched oils. This can include anything from castor oil to argan or coconut oil.

This stops your scalp from breakage due to all the hair-pulling while constructing the cornrows. You can do this every two to three nights apart to seal in all the nourishing ingredients in your hair.

2. Tie your feed in braids with a satin scarf before going to bed. It is also recommended to use a satin pillowcase.

Silk or cotton are highly absorbent materials. Using these can cause your natural hair oils to dry up.

3. Apply anti-itch hair grease on your scalp in the direction of your cornrows. This helps to prevent your scalps from flaking up.

This tip is especially required if you are going out under direct sunlight.

4. You might get up from bed and find some hair plugging out of your cornrows. To fix this, use hair mousse along the full length of your feed in braids and all over the top of your head.

Do this repeatedly to set all your hair in place and stop them from sticking out in different directions. It will also give your hair a more refreshed and shiny vibe.

5. Wet your edge control brush and apply edge control cream along the hairline above your forehead. This helps to shape and style your baby hairs and sideburns, giving you a more complete look.

6. The next best thing after leave-in conditioners is dry shampoo. Washing your hair with dry shampoo helps to cleanse your scalp and remove all the hair flakes without affecting your feed in braids.

The Batiste Volumizing Dry Shampoo is a great option to freshen up your box braids, faux locs, cornrows, and other protective hairstyles.

7. Try to undo your cornrows after four to six weeks. Your natural hair needs to breathe even if you maintain all the care tips regularly.
Give yourself some time before getting started on your next installation of feed in braids.

8. When you undo your feed in braids, you will notice there is a lot of buildup from all the grease, gel, or wax that you applied to your hair and scalp. To take care of these, add baking soda to your shampoo and apply it before wetting your hair. Leave this on for a couple of minutes before washing off.

Follow up with some diluted vinegar product to restore your hair’s natural glow!

9. Constantly moisturize your scalp. Dilute your hair oils and leave-in conditioners to make sure your hairline, edges, and scalp are regularly hydrated.

Moisture also helps to prevent any form of irritation and itchiness, stopping your scalp from long-term damage.

Follow our nine care tips consistently to keep your feed in braids nourished, moisturized, and in good shape!

Frequently Asked Questions

There are some things you guys often wonder about when it comes to feed in braids. In this article, we have listed some of your most frequently asked questions and answered them one by one.

Q: Is Feed In Braids Long Lasting?

Ans: Sadly, no. Unlike styles like micro box braids which last as long as three months, feed in braids can only last up to two weeks. Once your natural hair growth is initiated, it gets difficult to maintain the polished, sleek exterior of your feed in braids.

You can elongate this to as long as six weeks if you properly maintain your protective hairstyle. Make sure to not strain your scalp by making your cornrows too tight.

Q: Can Feed In Braids Be Done On Short Hairs?

Ans: Of course! The length of your hair can be quite flexible when it comes to feed in braids. For shorter hair, you will simply need more products for your scalp to carry the weight of the hair extensions.

Q: Is It Difficult To Take Care Of Feed In Braids?

Ans: Not at all! By following our easy-to-do care tips, you can easily protect your feed in braids, your roots, and your edges. What is most important is to maintain regularity and consistency.

Instead of doing too much or too little, just make a care routine and nurture the health of your hair properly. If you can preserve your natural hair appropriately, protective styles like the feed in braids can actually result in hair growth due to the least amount of external manipulation such as tugging or touching your hair.

Q: Will Natural Hair Get Damaged By Using Feed In Braids?

Ans: This entirely depends on you. If you are planning to try on feed in braids, you must know that protective hairstyles use a lot of products. So, unless you take care of this style with caution, your natural hair can suffer from scalp acne, clogged pores, and frequent hair fall.

If you have soft scalps, try to avoid using feed in braids. This style is formulated very close to the scalp and it is quite tightly braided. Without proper maintenance, even good-quality hair and scalp can suffer permanent damage and breakage.

Q: How Long Does It Take To Do Feed In Braids Hairstyles?

Ans: Standard feed in braids such as the cornrow can be done very quickly within one to three hours. More complicated styles like the box braids can take longer from five to six hours.

The time required to install feed in braids entirely depends on the style you are going for and the length of your look. If you are planning to DIY feed in braids by yourself, then it can take much longer than it would if you did it at a hair salon.

Note: Remember that the more complicated the braids are the more time it will take for your hairstylist.

Q: What Is The Price Range For Feed In Braids?

Ans: There are two types of cost for feed in braids. If you are getting the whole hairstyle done at a parlor, it will cost you around $80 to $250.

This can go as high as $600 if your feed in braids is more intricately styled or longer in length. The style, size, technique, color – all of these factors in with the total cost.

If you want to DIY feed in braids at your home, then you will need to bear the cost of hair extensions only. This cost varies depending on the length, type, amount, and color of synthetic hair you purchase. The standard braiding hairs cost about $20, but they can be as expensive as $350 as well.

Q: How To Determine The Thickness Of Feed In Braids That Should Be Used?

Ans: The thickness of your feed in braids will change according to the position of your hair. If you are installing the braids closer to the anterior hairline with your natural hair, the braids should be as skinny as a few millimeters of thread. As your braid grows thicker, this size will expand to as thick as a spaghetti pasta or a thick rope.

For a thinner cornrow, you will need about four strands of braiding hair locks. For a thicker cornrow, your braiding hair has to be separated into six or eight strands.

You can check out this link for an easy guide on How Much Hair to Use for Feed In Braids.

Concluding Words

Feed In Braids is one of the most versatile hairstyles of 2022! It allows you to get really creative with the braiding style and technique on any occasion.

It is bold, sleek, and sassy, and makes your personality shine. Be it a sunny day at the beach with friends or a semi-formal party at the office with your colleagues, feed in braids has got all kinds of options for you to try out.

The amazing intricacies of this protective hairstyle can be applied to all hair textures and lengths – smooth, coarse, curly, straight, bob, or hip length. The low maintenance quality of feed in braids makes it easy to take care of regularly, with minimum effort.

On top of that, the variations of color and length of feed in braids that can be found will leave you overwhelmed with glee! You can also experiment with a large volume of hairstyles that can be done with feed in braids – be it cornrows, box braids, stitch braids, bohemian braids, or even faux locs.

Decorate your funky looks with gorgeous ornaments such as hair clips, beads, and cowrie shells. Maximize your choice of feed in braids with the proper accessories like makeup, jewelry, or fashionable dresses.

Get Artistic with Aesthetic Feed In Braids hairstyles this year!

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