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Choose wig caps made of lightweight a breathable material for the warmer months, they'll provide the most comfort.
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When you use creamy conditioners with braids, it builds up in the hair and creates knots at the base of the braids.
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Be careful not to include the fine hairs along your hairline, Ņbaby hairsŅ, into your braids. This hair is fragile and pulling it tight can cause damage to the follicles.Ó
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Instead of using bleach on your hair to get the perfect pop of color, consider trying clip-in extensions. All the style, none of the damage.
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Make sure you comb your lace wig before washing it. Combing a wet wig can result in shedding.
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When rocking your braids, try spritzing your hair with a moisturizing, water based spray every once and awhile to prevent frizz and keep your hair silky-soft.
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Choosing the right-size wig is just as important as the color and style. You never want you wig to ride up, slip off or look mishapen.
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When styling or caring for your hair, try to avoid products that contain alcohol as it tends to dry the hair out.
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Braids need to be taken out at the right time. Typically, we recommend redoing the hairline every four to six weeks.
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When getting your hair braided always be vocal about tightness. Your comfort and hair health should always be a priority.
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Before getting your hair braided, make sure it is detangled and clean. If your hair is healthier before, the better the chance it will be healthier when you take your braids out.
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When choosing your braid style, consider your lifestyle. For example if youÕre very active, avoid wearing long or heavy braids; instead opt for some cute cornrows.
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Help your hair battle the summer heat by wearing corn rows or mircobraids. These styles are easy to rinse, keeping the scalp fresh without drying it out.
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Sleeping with a satin scarf is a great way to protect your hair at night. It helps your locks retain moisture and keeps your style intact!
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When sealing your braids, try dipping them in boiling water. This will help keep the texture of the hair soft and smooth.
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If you are on the journey to natural hair and work out frequently, consider putting your hair into tight buns during exercise. Let you hair fully dry before taking out the buns to further extend the life of your style.
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