Crochet Passion twists have been the at-home naturalista’s answer to the desirable but hard to maintain Passion Twists that hit social media and vacation get-a-ways all of 2019. With the Covid-19 crisis leaving many of us still stuck at home, now’s the time to self-care and try out different styles on our own hair.
Follow these simple steps to install your own crochet Passion Twists at home!
STEP 1: Gather Your Supplies
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STEP 2: Braid It Down
The braids should start as close to the front of the scalp as possible to provide optimal styling options and a ‘“from-the-scalp” look. Every braid pattern is unique and should be customized to an individual’s head. Someone with a wide-set forehead would need more braids than someone with a very small forehead. Keep in mind the head-to-neck ratio. You don’t want big, bulky braids; however, more than 15 braids can lead to a crowded look. The braids simply need to be flat all around for ideal installation.
STEP 3: Install
Gently open the crochet hook. Slide it under the braid while open. Then grab the crochet hair and close the hook. Slide it back under the braid and loop it. You have now completed a Passion Twist crochet. Repeat this process all over the head. Be sure to leave a finger distance between each crochet so as not to make it overwhelmingly full.
STEP 4: Add Hair Accessories
Now that you’ve successfully installed your new passion twists, gently apply your hair jewels as you see fit. If you’re unsure, have a friend or family member help you. And if that doesn’t work, there are countless YouTube and Instagram tutorial videos to help you along the way.