Start your first cornrow. Take the hair that has been divided by one hand, and pull a little part of the top (near your hairline) away from the rest of the hair. Separate this small piece of hair into three sections of the same size. Start braiding these three pieces into a traditional braid pattern; cross the rightmost part up the center, then cross the left-most part below the center, do back and forth.
Add hair to your cornrow. Cornrow is created by braiding your hair strands with French-style braids that are very close to your head. When you work on the bottom of the strands of hair, continue braiding with the same pattern when you start it.
However, when you braid, grab a small portion of the hair from the unbuckled and tie it into each strand that you cross to the center. Basically, you create a very small French braid.When you add hair, pull the braids firmly and keep your finger close to the head.Do not braid your hair away from the head, because this way will make your cornrows loose and will look funny