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Criss-Cross Applesauce Hairstyle



I had no idea what to call this style. I was going to call it criss-cross cornbraid, with two layered cornbraids in the back. Then wonderful silly "N" said Mommy lets call it "Criss-Cross Applesauce" lol. It sounds better than the long title I chose so here's how to do the Criss-Cross Applesauce Hairstyle.



1.) Start with clean moisturized hair, part the hair slightly-slanted across the hair (from ear to ear but purposely off a little bit. )
2.) Separate the back from the front (using a hair scrunhcie or clip), we will use the back later.
3.) Next, I made 2 slanted cornbraids starting on her left side towards the front of her hair, going down across the middle of her hair.
4.) Starting on the right side I made 5 slanted cornbraids, going across the middle of her hair (in the opposite direction from step# 3.



5.) In the front (roughly where a bang would be) I made 2 cornbraids going towards the left. Then I made one more cornbraid behind the bang on the left.
6.) I unraveled the back of her hair and divided it, into two parts.
7.) I began making two separate rows/layers of corn braids going down.
Then I connected the last braid in step#5, to one of the braids in the first row in the back of her hair. This caused the hair to have a criss-cross effect.



8.) Then "N" picked out the color beads that she wanted to use ( I know they don't match lol, but it did have a Jamaican feel)
and I added the beads to her hair.




Tools used: Wide Tooth Comb
Bee Mine Juicy Spray (for shine)
Bee Mine Curly Butter (to help lay down the frizzies)


10 comments

Haleema Sadia | Friday, December 17, 2010

Cute li'll girl with lovely hair style.
Thanks for posting such lovely and different hair styles.

MsMonniDanielle | Friday, December 17, 2010

This is a cute little hairstyle. I dont know how to braid so I wont be doing this style. I let my daughter pick out her barettes and hand them to me but thats about it.

Hostel Tinktinkie, Santa Rosa de Calamuchita | Friday, December 17, 2010

This must take forever :)

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Byrdy | Saturday, December 18, 2010

Wow! Soo Cute! I tried the other style week before last, Ill try this one soon, hopefully.

Kandy | Saturday, December 18, 2010

Thanks everyone! It took about 1 hour I forgot to add that in the post, there are youtube videos to help learn how to braid. When I was younger I would pick out my hairbows, so I let my daughter do the same it's a great way for them to express themselve.

Curly Princess Hair Boutique | Saturday, December 18, 2010

Love the name!!!!!!
Do you use Bee Mine Curly Butter for all he hair styles? I tried it, but it didnt seem to work very well for R's hair.

Kandy | Saturday, December 18, 2010

Thanks!! I just use the curly butter lightly on her edges to help get a better hold on the baby hairs and keep them in the cornbraid. But I like to braid without any products, I will add plenty of moisturizer the night before I braid. My fingers grip the hair better without products in it. Have you tried shea butter? I heard that it's heavier and if the curly butter is too light that may do the trick.

Kandy | Saturday, December 18, 2010

@Byrdy- how did the other style turn out? and let me know whenever you try this style how it comes out, I would love to see pics, and if you need any further details or have questions on the hairstyle email me
kandylandkurls@yahoo.com

BeautifulBiracial | Sunday, December 19, 2010

that hairstyle is awesome!!!

Kandy | Monday, December 20, 2010

Thanks beautiful biracial

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