My hair is my trademark. I look for it in everything. I don’t wear it in a bun or ponytail, I don’t wear it braided or pinned to the top of my head, I don’t wear it long, I don’t wear it curly, I don’t wear it short, I don’t wear it wavy or kinky.
But 40 inch hair isnt all that common, and it’s more expensive than one might expect. So I guess its fine with me.
Ha ha! That might not be the most normal statement ever, but I do love me a good 40 inch braid on a day when I can’t find one of my own.
Oh, I did have a 40 inch braided braid in a store once where I was buying a new pair of pants for work.
It’s also just not that common, because it’s considered a fashion item (or maybe more specifically a fashion accessory). But 40 inch hair is still quite expensive and still quite popular. And I do love me a good 40 inch braided braid on a day when I cant find one of my own.
So, I bet your braids are too thick.
A 40 inch braid is a very simple and effective hairstyle that has been around for centuries. The style was used by the ancient Egyptians to form the body of their female goddesses and is so popular today that people have their own styles and haircuts to go with them. It’s also a good way to create a style that’s both unique and a bit funky. You can find a full guide on the subject here.
I know its not the same, but I still love it! I would probably still wear it as a hairstyle, especially if I was on a trip somewhere that required me to wear a lot of hair. However, if you want to make that extra few inches, a braided bun would work.
For hair, all of these styles can be mixed and matched for different hair types. For example, a long, thick bob might work with a long, curly wave.
A few braids can be combined to form a bun (or bun-like hairstyle).