Cute jumbo cornrow styles to try out

For ladies who don't like staying too long at the salon

When going for cornrow styles, most ladies prefer to go for thin cornrow styles.

There's this notion that thinner cornrows last longer compared to chunky or jumbo cornrows. I guess it's true. However, that's not to mean that you can never braid your hair into jumbo cornrows. The style is perfect if you want to switch hairstyles for a short time say as a protective style like when you need to go for a small vacay at the coast.

Chunky cornrows are especially nice for ladies who hate to be kept waiting at the salon, cause it doesn't take too long to get them done. Also, there's not too much strain on your scalp and hairline as larger amounts of hair are used as opposed to thin cornrows.

Here are some jumbo cornrow styles you should try out.

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