Goddess Knotless Braids Video Tutorial
This post is going to focus on Goddess Braids. If you would like a more in depth tutorial on how to complete Knotless braids in general, please visit my other blog post by clicking this link. http://jasmcqueen.com/2020/04/30/do-your-own-knotless-braids-at-home/
The addition of curly hair to braids is what makes this style called Goddess braids. In order to achieve this look, you will need straight kanekalon hair for the knotless braids and some curly hair of your choice. I used Freetress Deep Twist Crochet hair 14 inches.
After starting your knotless braid like normal, you will feed in the curly hair. Depending on how full you want the curls, you should add the desired amount of curly hair to your braids. Once you have successfully added in your curly hair, you will need to separate this curly hair from the straight hair using a hair clip. This ensures that the curly hair does not get braided back into the plait once you have separated it. see below.
My suggestion is to stagger the curly pieces for a more full look. Once you have completed braiding the plait, remove the clips and see your finished product!
Your hair should look similar to this!! I used perm rods on my ends curly to match the curls that’s throughout my hair! Watch the video above for a more in depth tutorial on Goddess Braids!