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Quick Steps: How to Wash Your Synthetic Braiding Hair
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Oh yeah! During the colder months, it’s time to finally break out those fire protective styles you’ve been adding to your Pinterest board all year long and put them to work. Whether you’re opting for waist-length box braids or intricate feed-ins, the choices are endless. And spoiler alert, they’re all cute. But if you’ve ever gotten a protective style with added synthetic or kanekalon hair only to have your scalp itch or for small red bumps to appear on your edges a few hours later, you’re not alone. This itchiness and irritation is a common reaction to braiding hair and is a sign that...
Are You Allergic To Your Synthetic Braiding Hair?
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Are You Allergic To Your Synthetic Braiding Hair? You want your new braids to be lit right but not LITerally on fire🔥 So what happens when those braids you love to rock cause mad itching, burning ? Tight braids can often cause bumps as well as irritation and inflammation of the scalp. But being uncomfortable doesn’t need to be a side effect of braids. In fact, After a wonderful experience you should be able to loosely style your braids however you desire, though it may be widely advised to limit manipulation and tension pulling protective styles for the first week or two. ...
How to Prepare For Touch Up Appointments:
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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. 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...