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Hair Braiding
A braid is a complex structure formed by intertwining three or more strands human hair. A braid is usually long and narrow, with each component strand functionally equivalent in zigzagging forward through the overlapping mass of the others.
The simplest possible braid is a flat, solid, three-strand structure. More complex braids can be constructed from an arbitrary (but usually odd) number of strands to create a wider range of structures:
wider ribbon-like bands, hollow or solid cylindrical cords, or broad mats which resemble a rudimentary perpendicular weave. Braids are commonly used to make hairstyles.

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Hair Care Tips

Whether you use shampoo,
color conditioner or treatment:

  • Rinse your hair with plenty of water and make sure the water is not too hot because excess heat may cause dryness.
  • Rinse shampoo out of your hair thoroughly and wash and condition it well after swimming in a chlorine filled pool
  • Use an oil sheen and spray on your roots and braids to keep them from drying out.
  • And remember, most oil sheens give your hair a healthy and glowing look.
  • Get your hair trimmed at least every three months to prevent split ends from damaging the balance of the hair shaft.
  • Protect relaxed and color-treated hair from the damaging rays of the sun by using a moisturizer with sunscreen protection. Always follow the manufacturer's directions when using hair care products to achieve the best results.
  • Confidence is everything, so be comfortable with your hair and wear your style with dignity.