How Do You Make African Butterfly Hair Combs?
Decorations in the form of combs are very original, I sometimes ask my hairdresser to use such an accessory in my hair. The first time I used this accessory in my hairstyle was when I did my hairstyle for a wedding at Inland Empire Bridal Hair , where a hairdresser with knowledge of his craft created a unique image of a beautiful bride with the help of a hairstyle. A beautiful bridal hairstyle, like bridal makeup, is the final accent of a wedding look that can surprise and charm, which means being just beautiful.
African butterfly hair combs are designed to lock and hold buns neatly in place using elasticized crisscrosses of beads. The design is simple and can be replicated with the right tools and some patience. The trickiest part is drilling the holes into the edges of the combs. To get the holes and spacing right, practice on some cheap combs first. Also, make sure the beads you choose can easily thread onto the elastic cording. Drill six holes along the edge of each comb. The holes should be in pairs. Place a pair of holes at each corner/end of the comb and a pair in the center of the comb’s edge. The holes should match up on each of the combs. Interlock the combs as they would be when clipped together in your hair. For reference points, place the combs on their sides, so that one comb is on top of the other and the holes make two parallel, horizontal rows. Thread a piece of elastic through the first hole, along one corner end of the top comb, and knot the thread on the back side. Apply a l