Braiding as the name implies is known as a general name given to hairdos which are weaved to the scalp of one head. this is one of the most common and stylish hairdos in the world today, it is very easy and convenient to rocked it can be made by both young and old ladies and is also very unique and presentable when made. as a lady one always wants to stand out amidst one friend and colleagues.
box braids, weaves, Ghana weaving for example is common among Nigerian women, Ghana women and also women from other west African countries are not left out. ghana weaving is made by constantly adding attachments bit to bit to get a desirable result at the end of the weaving.
hair making is a part of fashion that is widely accepted by the majority of people as a way of promoting the beauty of the human race. ghana weaving keeps getting more pretty even when it's become rough and old. i have selected some beautiful and trendsetting designs which will leave you feeling good. below are some pictures for you.
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