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Braids with 6 stitches – the optimal thickness of future braids

There are many different types of braids, each with their own unique look and feel. Recently, there has been a lot of interest in 6 stitch braids. This type of braid is thin and delicate, making it perfect for people who want a subtle look. In this blog post, we will discuss the optimal thickness for future braids, as well as how to create a 6 stitch braid!

Braids tight to the scalp

Braids tight to the scalp
Photo from @braids_by_djeph

When it comes to braid thickness, it’s important to remember that the thicker the braid, the more likely it is to loosen over time. This is why we recommend braids that are tight to the scalp of 6 stitches, as they stay in place longer. Thanks to this technique, braids stay on the head longer and more securely.

Patterned braiding

Patterned braiding
Photo from @seandanicolestyles

In addition to a snug fit to the scalp, another way to ensure that your braids attract increased attention from , is to weave them in a patterned way. The master creates different patterns or designs with your hair, where each braid has 6 stitches, which is optimal for such hairstyling options.

Side braids

Side braids
Photo from @teenaz_braids

Side braids are a great option for those who want to add a touch of femininity to their look. This type of braid is elegant and can be worn with any outfit. A side braid of 6 stitches is ideal for long to medium hair, because it is at this length that it opens well, allowing you to look more attractive and cute.

Lemon Kanekalon in braids

Lemon Kanekalon in braids
Photo from @stylesby_ronnie

Lemon Kanekalon is a type of synthetic hair that is often used for braids. This material is easy to work with and can be found at any cosmetics store. Lemon six-stitch canekalon braids are very popular because they are easy to care for and look natural.

Braids with beads and elastic bands

Braids with beads and elastic bands
Photo from @bkokobraids_kolay

If you want your braids to be more than just a hairstyle, you can add beads or rubber bands. This will give them a decorative look and make them stand out. Beads and elastic bands also help hold hair in place, which is especially important for those with fine or thin hair. This type of hairstyle is also good for children.

Pink glaze – feminine braids

Pink glaze - feminine braids
Photo from @itstraplashes

Pink is a feminine color that is often associated with romance and love. Pink six-stitch braids are perfect for those who want to add a touch of femininity to their look. This type of braid is also great for special occasions, such as weddings or dates.

Braids + loose ends

Braids + loose ends
Photo from @kennesseyhair

If you want your braids to have a more relaxed look, you can leave the ends loose. This is a great option for those who are not looking for a formal hairstyle. Braids with loose ends can be worn with any outfit and are perfect for any occasion.

White + black Canequalon in braids

White + black Canequalon in braids
Photo from @liyah.kreations

Kanekalon is a type of synthetic hair that is often used for braiding. This material is easy to work with and can be found at any cosmetic store. White and black Kanekalon braids with six stitches are very popular, due to the incredibly beautiful contrast.