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  1. Do Not Shampoo Hair After Removing Weaves, Dreadlocks ,Braids, Twists or Extensions

    After taking down braids, sew-in weaves, twists or extensions, the first thought is to shampoo your hair. Well that is the WORSE thing you could do. Your hair will just become matted. Hair that has been in a protective style for long periods of time must be detangled and combed through first before it gets wet.

    If you are transitioning, your hair will tangle even faster-because of the hair texture changes with your new growth. Most women who are transitioning expect their hair ...
  2. How I handle crazy new growth during a stretch

    I've been doing pretty good with handling my ng these days. Just thought I'd share what I'm doing.

    I've found that tangling often has a lot to do with lifted cuticles grabbing and locking up with adjacent hairs so, an important part of my detangling reggie is to make sure the cuticles are closed. To do so, I use either an aloe vera juice (avj) rinse or an apple cider vinegar (acv) rinse. Both are diluted in water, acv moreso. For the acv rinse I use a tablespoon of acv (with the ...
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