Out go Passion Twists and in come Passion Braids. Yes, there’s yet another new hairstyle in town and we’ll be covering everything you need to know about Passion braids.
What are Passion braids?
How long do passion braids last?
Passion braids can last for 3 to 5 weeks. Just like passion twists, they’re not meant to be kept in for too long.
How much do passion braids cost?
Passion braids cost $200 if you get your hair done by a professional stylist and at most $100 if you decide to DIY them.
What are butterfly braids?
Passion braids are also referred to as butterfly braids due to their distressed like look similar in butterfly locs.
There are different types of passion braids and tutorials alike.
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There’s the medium/standard size Passion braids as seen on the page of the original creator of Passion twists Kailyn Rogers and the knotless Jumbo passion braids version by slaidbyvee_.
Medium passion braids
Jumbo passion braids
Now while many people still have their reservations about this hairstyle, it seems like it will gradually grow on people.
Passion braids tutorial
Passion braids are easy to do especially because they’re done using the knotless braids method.
Start by parting clean and stretched hair into your desired sizes.
Apply shine n jam at the root of the hair in order to get a proper hold.
Start by braiding the hair like you would with a normal natural hair braid until your base is formed.
Take the freetress prestretched braiding hair and continue feeding in small amounts gradually as you’re braiding the hair.
As you move along the braid, take the freetress waterwave hair and add it to the mix.
Remember to loosen your hold as you move along the length of the braid to make the end process where you achieve the desired look easier.
After your braid is done, start loosening both the waterwave braiding hair and freetress hair using your hands by lightly pulling it.
The end result should be something like this. A messy/butterfly/fish braid look.
For a detailed visual, watch the video below.
DIY Passion braids
The DIY passion braids route is equally as simple because they’re Knotless and don’t take too long to do.
There are two methods you can use for diy passion braids, the crotchet method and the method in part 1.
The only difference is that in the crotchet method, rubber bands are used and a crotchet needle is used to loop the hair in before you start braiding it.
You can use either methods depending on whether you want the medium sized simple passion braids or the jumbo messy Knotless passion braids.
Find detailed visuals in the videos below.
Passion braids maintenance
- Wear a satin bonnet or wrap your hair in a silk scarf at night.
- Use dry shampoo to clean your hair and get rid of oil build up.
- Use an anti itch oil on your scalp if your scalp gets itchy.