Tree Braids are a unique low maintenance, yet elegant style technique. They may be worn by clients with natural or chemically altered hair. The cornrow aspect of the style allows total scalp access, in order to provide both scalp and hair, with the necessary nourishment, which promotes hair growth. The style takes 3-4 hours to complete and lasts an average of 6-8 weeks.


Micro Braids are an elegant and refined style featuring small, delicate braids. They are protective style. They are sometimes called "invisible braids." They come in several different sizes and lengths, and take about 7 to 9 hours to complete. Micro Braids styles are highly customizable.


Kinky twists are great for the person with an active lifestyle because they are so easy to maintain. Kinky twists look similar to the popular micro braids, but they are actually twists. There are different types of twists, the difference is in the type of hair extensions used to create the style. To get the kinky look, you have to use Marley braid hair. For the Senegalese twists, use 100% Kanakelon hair extension.


Sew in weave is adding hair extensions by creating a foundation with a nice firm cornrows, which can be done straight back or in a circular pattern, or in a zigzag pattern. Then adding the hair extensions by using needle and thread to sew them in. The best hair extensions to use are virgin remi hair, which can be purchased at my store. I carry Bobby boss Indi Remi, Lord & Cliff Art Gold Remi, Goddess Remi, Velvet Remi, Hollywood Remi hair. I have any length from 8" to 16". I also sell virgin Indian Remi hair in 4oz. bundles.


All the above-mentioned twists are twists, the only difference is the type of hair. if you are going natural and you want twists that looks like your own hair - bouncy and full, then opt for one of these twist. They are all twisted with KADI hair, which we carry and sell in the store.


Cornrow hairstyles are a traditional style of braiding the hair close to the scalp. It can be done in straight rows or in complex geometric and curved patterns. It can be left in for weeks at a time with careful washing and oiling of the hair and scalp. 


Crochet braids made a huge debut in 2015 and and it looks like they are not going out of style anytime soon. The most common method is braiding your natural hair into cornrows, after which extensions are looped through the cornrows using a crochet hook. The end result is a seamless style that lets you show off bold hairstyles while your natural hair takes a break.