Marley Braids Return This Fall

Just in case you missed my Marley Braids over the Summer, don’t worry they’ll make a comeback soon. It’s a really fun, easy way to wear my hair and keep it protected. I used the crochet method and it didn’t take me long at all. I don’t know where you live, but I’m in the South and errrr…ummm it gets pretty cold and I like to stay warm! That includes my scalp!  These braids are amongst many things I will do to my hair this Fall/Winter!

Y’all know I can’t keep still when it comes to my hair. I MUST change it up…OFTEN! I don’t know why I didn’t blog about my second installment back in August, but I did take pics. Anyhoo…Enjoy!

Twisted and Styled: Each time I get a different result

  

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Artney

I'm a Southern girl who loves all things running, health, and fitness! I'm a Weight Watcher turned recipe enthusiast who loves cooking, discovering local eats, exploring new recipes, and making healthy swaps. I fell in love with running Disney (runDisney) and thanks to Galloway Running it has been a fun journey ever since. I hope to be a source of inspiration to those wanting to complete any distance of running and enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle. I've completed seven half marathons and my first full marathon on January 11, 2015! I It's all about finding your happy pace and enjoying the ride!
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13 comments

  1. Claaudzz says:

    Hi :)
    I was just wondering whether you crocheted your whole head or did you do pick and drop braids at the front?
    Thank you x

  2. Anonymous says:

    Let me start by saying your work is BEAUTIFUL and I really appreciate you sharing this hairstyle ! I just have a few questions……
    1) How long did this take ?
    2) Can you wash this ? If you did wash, was the texture of the hair still in tact afterward ?
    3) Is there alot of shedding ?
    4) How long can I have this in before it looks bad ?
    Thank you for your time !

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