Hey loves, this tutorial is a how-to on extremely beginner-friendly “knotless box braids”. Try this if you need a time-friendly, affordable look. Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe!

Products I used:
TGIN Moisturizer:https://go.magik.ly/ml/155o7/
Shine n Jam: https://amzn.to/3duSr1E
ORS Olive Oil Wrap/Set Mousse: https://amzn.to/3s4GILm
TGIN Anti-breakage Serum: https://go.magik.ly/ml/155oe/
Xpressions Braid Hair: https://amzn.to/3pwbtqN

Music creds:
Song playing through the end: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mf6h82fMa0k
Intro song: Falling- Lakey Inspired
Official “LAKEY INSPIRED” YouTube Channel HERE – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOmy
The song at the beginning of the video:

The shirt I’m wearing:


40 replies
  1. Fiona Fornarina
    Fiona Fornarina says:

    Hi Tea, I also have a Denim Brush. They are the best, because these brushes have really long tines. I only wish they would offer brushes with flat grids and not with rounded ones only. You have wonderful natural hair! 😃❤I think many woman would renounce to adding false hair if having your mane! One thing I noticed: Is it intentionally, that you braid the braids on the very forehead directly into your face instead of laying the base of those braids sidewards? I guess the front braids could fall into the face later easily in the most unfortunate moments. I have this problem with open strands and I always thought to avoid it by braiding the braids from the forehead backwards or sidewards from the beginning. Fantastic video! It is not too long and exhaustive and still you did mention all the crucial points and it is very relaxing and inspiring!


  2. Jessy Mthuli
    Jessy Mthuli says:

    I am watching this from South Africa in Durban I found your video very helpful what is your name on Instagram I would like to follow you. 🤩🥰🥰

  3. Joanna Bernadin Davis
    Joanna Bernadin Davis says:

    Question, with 39sec left in the video, I noticed you added more hair to one of your strands. First you braided your own hair, then added the weave, braided that. Then added more for that one strand. Can I ask why did you do it like that? Isn't it easier to just add the hair one time per braid? Just trying to understand because I want to do this exact method. Thank you for sharing.

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