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Victory Rolls are super easy to do on natural hair, and hopefully, this video will show you how easy. I'm really excited about this Black Pinup series of videos, because I've wanted to do it for a long time! There will be 3-5 videos depending on if I can get it done or not.
I know you may have questions and I have some answers. If you don't find the answer below or in my FAQ video (linked above), feel free to let me know in the comments section.
-My hair is in an old blowout -about a week old.
-My hair color is a mix of Manic Panic colors that is severely fading.
-If I wasn't filming this style takes about 10 (maybe 15) minutes to do from start to finish.
-I used eco styler olive oil gel on my edges.
-This style can be done on most lengths and any texture as long as the hair is stretched.
Step-by-step instructions for the back weave design:
1. Part hair into 3 sections and secure outer 2 sections out of the way-can be 3 equal sections, just make sure the outer two sections are equal.
2. comb/brush all of the hair in the middle section up toward the crown of your head and secure at the crown with bobby pins
3. grab a small section of hair appx. 1" from the left outer section and cross it diagonally over the middle section to the right side. (*tip: If your hair is not long enough to hold in place with your hand or it is not long enough to reach the opposite side, you can pin it in place with a bobby pin)
4. grab a small section from the right outer section and cross it diagonally over the middle to the left side.
5 repeat steps 3 and 4 until you run out of hair on the outer sections.
6. Pin excess hair at the crown of your head with bobby pins.
As always, questions, comments and all that jazz (EXCEPT "Are you really 4c?"), leave 'em below. I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
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