By Yolanda Malembe
Having braids & twists is a great way to keep your hair tucked away. Your hair gets an opportunity to grow without too much manipulation.
The take-down process done right, means you remove your braids and twists with minimal shedding or breakage.
- Firstly always mist your hair with the “Detangling & Softening Moisture Spray”. Ensuring your hair is moisturising before take down assist in giving your hair elasticity and minimizing breakage.
- Proceed with gently undoing your braids as usual: do not tug or pull, as this will damage your sensitive hair ends.
- Once this is done; separate your hair into sections and mist each section with the “Softening & Repair Leave-in Conditioning Spray. Allow the Conditioning Spray to penetrate your hair and any knots that may be in your strands and then gently finger detangle each section.
Protip: Using your fingers when working with your, particlularly during Detangling is always the best way to avoid unnecessary shedding and damage to your hair. If you prefer to use a combs; wide tooth combs are less damaging to your strands so always opt for these.
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