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In order to reach the traditional Ninja Round Bread Festival. The hair is given from the middle of your head to the same amount of left and right parts. You can make a custom section with swirls, zigzags. And even a single cornrow down to the middle to add style. Next, brush each side, remove the tangles, and smooth the curls. After brushing each side, use the hairband to fix the parts.
Hair that is tied or bundled can usually be dried along the edges. Using a lustrous spray, or a light moisturizer on the back for a healthy look. After that, stretch and fluffy hair to make it fuller, add our KYC textured Remy hair extension. Attach it to the bottom of the ponytail and bend it around your natural fluffy. Add some waterfall curls on each side of your temple to make your hair look more beautiful. In order to get an extra finishing, don’t move all day, use a little to keep the product, such as Palmer Olive Oil edge control, for a smooth finish.
An elegant way to wear a ninja round bread is to have two cute round buns on your head while leaving the back of your hair loose. This is a fun hairstyle that can be used as a protective hairstyle. Either in the city or just hanging out at home. If you have dice, old twists, or a wash, this is a great way to take advantage of the messy style while still looking stylish. Use a soft brush to hold the front of the hair along the front edge and sweep it into a soft bun.
Fix the bun with a metal-free hairband. Repeat on the other side. To add a bit of talent, consider adding a zigzag portion to the middle of the bread. Once you have fixed the bun, take our KYC card in the extension and connect the back of the base to the bun. The hair is loosely wrapped around the bun, crisscrossed. And the tip is tucked into the bottom of the bun. Repeat the same process on the other side to get the extra look you want.
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