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Quick Steps: How to Wash Your Synthetic Braiding Hair

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Quick Steps: How to Wash Your Synthetic Braiding Hair

Oh yeah! During the colder months, itโ€™s time to finally break out those fire protective stylesย youโ€™ve been adding to your Pinterest board all year long and put them to work. Whether youโ€™re opting for waist-length box braids orย intricate feed-ins, the choices are endless. And spoiler alert, theyโ€™re all cute. But if youโ€™ve ever gotten a protective style with added synthetic or kanekalon hair only to have your scalp itch orย for small red bumps to appear on your edgesย a few hours later, youโ€™re not alone.ย  This itchiness and irritation is a common reaction to braiding hair and is a sign that...

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How to Prepare For Touch Up Appointments:

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How to Prepare For Touch Up Appointments:

ย  A touch up is recommended within 4-6 weeks after your original braid appointment. A touch up makes your style last longer and keep it looking fresh. A touch up protect your edges from breaking which in turn promotes healthy hair growth.ย This is especially true for longer, thicker braids which are usually heavier. A standard touch up is 2-3 rows. Consult with your stylist first in case you feel you want to take down more rows. Touch ups start at $100. Rate is dependent upon how many rows you take down, size and length of braids. We do not take...

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