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    Posted: August 23 2010 at 12:28am
if your hair is brushed out with no knots or anything, putting braids in your hair shouldn't be a problem. It's like putting your hair in a ponytail. I've never heard of losing hair because of braids. the only minute danger could possibly come from the elastic you use to put your hair up: hair can get wrapped around it and when you try to pull the elastic out, some hairs can snap. I put my hair in braids all the time, simply to keep it from getting knotted up while I sleep. Don't worry about it. Braids are one of the simplest, most harmless things you can do to your hair, right up there with brushing it. Seriously, it's not a problem.
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Yes, you need to really wait. The hair is very fragile after being braided & you need to let it wash, because too much on it, like braiding or perming too soon will cause the hair to breakoff.
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Braiding is one of the best method for creating curly hair. For getting useful tips for braid hairstyle you can browse this website http://www.2homeremedies.com/hairstyles/braid-hairstyles.htm 

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Look sweetie if you get relaxers do not leave a long gap between your relaxers. Thats a big NO NO. When you take them out wait a few days and then get your relaxer.
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Braids left in too long could cause breakage or thinning and cornrows left in too long can cause traction alopecia.



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Ok so my braid person does the best braids for me. She doesn't braid really tight and it doesn't even really hurt after the braidings done. I had cornrows in the front and freestyle braids in the back and it was really pretty. So my hair was braided for about 8 to 10 weeks with  rebraiding done for the cornrows every two weeks.  I'm taking the braids down now. I wanted to get my hair rebraided, but I read that the hair needs to rest for two weeks before rebraiding. Is that true? I don't want a perm so I want to know some curly hair styles that will look nice until I rebraid. I like straw sets but the curls are too small. Anyone have curly hair pics?
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