Published at Sunday, 22 March 2020. Short. By Sophia Peters.
Yarn braids can be kept in the hair for 5 to 8 weeks. If your hair and scalp starts to feel dirty, you can wash your hair to remove build-up. The braids become very heavy when wet, so lay your braids in the bathroom sink to wash them and wring them out thoroughly when you’re done. Alternatively, you can wash the roots and scalp only. If your hair starts to feels dry, hydrate it with a light conditioner or rose water in the mornings.
The major advantage to having long hair is the ability to wear a hat, slick your hair back, or wear a high puff when bad hair days happen. With a tapered cut, there’s no such thing as a bad hair day. There’s no hair to put in a bun or slick back. Again, since the top is long, wearing a hat is nearly impossible. This means additional time to refresh curls every two or three days.
This is especially important for college kids. Make sure that you have a shower cap handy at all times. Nothing worse than having to take a shower without one praying that your hair does not get wet. A satin scarf is great for holding that slick puff in place. Or even to protect your hair while you put your clothes on. It’s always great to have one handy, especially for kids and toddlers. It’s a hassle messing up their hair putting shirts on. All your hard work will go to waste. Trust me and invest in a satin tie scarf.
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