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Topic: Hair technique instructions
Posted By: cmesweet
Subject: Hair technique instructions
Date Posted: April 07 2005 at 2:48pm

Inquiring minds have asked how to do a straw set or wrap here is a great link to the site I found the information.  http://www.blackhairmedia.com/hairhowto.htm - http://www.blackhairmedia.com/hairhowto.htm

 

"How To" Hair Tips
"Tips & Tricks for the Most Sought After Styles"
Straw Set, Sleek Wrap, Doobie (Dry) Wrap, Braids, Locs

The Straw Set
(pictures courtesy of Afam Concept, Inc.)


Wearing a straw set is a great way to eliminate the need for a lot
of combing and a great style to try while in the transition of going
natural.  To get this look, you will need drinking straws or even small perm
rods for slightly bigger and looser curls, setting lotion, and hair end
tissue papers.
Step 1:  Shampoo and condition hair and saturate it with setting lotion.
Step 2:  Part you hair into 1/4 to 1/2 inch sections and place end papers on
the end of your hair.
Step 3:  Roll your hair onto the straws and secure it with a hair pin.
Step 4:  Repeat steps 1-3 until you have finished your entire head.
Step 5:  Dry your hair under a hard hat or bonnet hair dryer
Step 6:  Remove the straws and separate curls with your fingers
For this style, you will only need to finger comb your hair, but be sure to
spray it with oil sheen so it won't get too dry.

 

Sleek Wrap

A wrap set is a great way to get a sleek look!  You will need a comb, setting lotion and hair clips (these are optional depending upon how long your hair is) and/or some paper wrap strips.
Step 1:  Shampoo and condition your hair and apply setting lotion
Step 2:  Use your comb and comb/wrap your hair around in a beehive or
circle, blending the hair together all around your head
Step 3:  Secure where you hair joins with hair clips, or you can place a
wrap strip around your head to secure your hair in place
Step 4:  Dry your hair under a hooded dryer, remove clips or wrap strip and
comb and style

 

Doobie Wrap (Dry Wrap or Roller Wrap Set)

To do the roller wrap set, also know as the doobie, you will need to roller set your hair, dry it under a hooded dryer, take the rollers out, then comb/brush your hair around in a wrap).  Leave it wrapped for a while and when you comb it down, you will have big loose wavy curls with lots of body.

For More Tips, See These Sections:  http://www.blackhairmedia.com/hairhowto2.htm - Braids How To , http://www.blackhairmedia.com/hairhowto2.htm - Locs How To

--Beauty Staff



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Replies:
Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 07 2005 at 2:53pm
Different braiding styles and instructions   http://www.dreamweaverbraiding.com/Braiding_Tips.htm - http://www.dreamweaverbraiding.com/Braiding_Tips.htm

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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 07 2005 at 3:02pm

How to cornrow, scarf wrap, bantu knots etc.

 

http://ourhair.net/content/category/5/85/58/ - http://ourhair.net/content/category/5/85/58/



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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 07 2005 at 3:03pm

Wrapping your hair

 

http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_hw.cfm - http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_hw.cfm



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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 07 2005 at 3:04pm

Hair wraps... click on pictures to view instructions

 

http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm - http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm



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Posted By: Jesuschrist#1
Date Posted: April 08 2005 at 5:15pm
Hey gurl! Thanks 4 the info! That helped me tremendously! God bless u


Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 09 2005 at 10:35am
You are welcome, always here to help.

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Posted By: diamondprincess
Date Posted: April 11 2005 at 12:32pm
Thanks for all the links!! 

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Posted By: missfro
Date Posted: April 19 2005 at 5:20am

that is really wonderful cmsweet it helps alot ..

thanks a bunch



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Last relaxer: Sept 05


Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 19 2005 at 9:50am

Everyone is welcome.



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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 29 2005 at 6:15pm

Eliminating split ends and information about splits

 

http://www.hairstylestips.com/article30.php - http://www.hairstylestips.com/article30.php

Eliminating Split Ends

 
Put and end to split ends!
The official name for split ends is Trichoptlosis but no matter what you call them, split ends are annoying and make the hair appear dull and scraggly. The cause of split ends has to do with the protective cuticle, which is stripped from the ends of the hair fibers. Although split ends can happen to all types of hair, typically you will see the most on brittle or dry hair. Other common causes can include excessive brushing, over dying, and brushing the hair while wet.

When the protective cuticle is removed, it cannot be replaced. The result is hair that is not split in two, or sometimes, three strands. Depending on how bad the split end, it can be anywhere from one-eighth to one inch long. While there are several options for treating split ends, the best one is to cut the damaged fibers off.

Many people with split ends think that they have to change their monthly trim to once a week. In fact, that is not necessary. To prevent split ends from becoming worse, you can do other things, including trimming them yourself. Now before you panic, keep in mind that women do trim their own hair all the time and no one is the wiser. Even supermodels will trim their own hair between appointments!

If you have split ends and think, you want to try to trim them yourself, simply follow these recommendations:

  • Start by taking small sections of hair and then twist them carefully going into a downward motion. What will happen is that the split ends will stick out.

  • Make sure your scissors are sharp and then snip into the twisted strands without cutting right through. The goal is to cut into the thick portion of the gathered strands so the damaged protective cuticles can be removed and the hair now has a natural, layered effect.

  • The key is not to cut randomly but to keep the amount of hair cut from each section the same

Remember that split ends can happen to people of both genders and all ages. In addition to the causes already mentioned, other things that are potential problems are using styling tools that are inferior. This means that the tools are snagging or ripping the hair, thus damaging it. Typically, this would include tools such as synthetic combs or brushes, brush rollers, and so on.

Using permanents, hair color, and relaxers or straighteners too often will also lead to split ends along with damage caused by environmental change such as extreme heat or cold and harsh winds, trying to detangle your hair improperly, washing your hair too often and with poor quality products, overuse of waxes, sprays, and gels, and actually having your hair cut with poor quality scissors.

Splits ends also come with numerous myths, which we will put to rest right here:

  • Once you have split ends, you can never get rid of them. Well, as you have seen from the information provided in this article, that is simply not true.

  • Split ends can be fixed in that the split is actually repaired. In truth, once a hair fiber is split, it is split. However, you will find some products that will glue the ends back together temporarily but it is not a permanent fix.

To ensure you avoid the dreaded split end, make sure you shampoo your hair with a quality product and use one that has Phytojoba or some other type of moisturizing formula. After conditioning your hair, make sure it is completely rinsed out of the ends. Additionally, after your hair has been rinsed with warm water, you want to do a final rinse of cool to cold water. This will help seal the protective cuticles while giving your hair a sleek shine.

For the next steps, always towel blot your hair, never rubbing rough. After blotting, apply a good leave-in conditioner to the damp hair. Great options include Sebastianís Potion 9 or Phyto 7 or 9. Then, use a wide-tooth comb to get rid of tangles. For extra shine, rub a dime-size amount of Phytolisse or some other shine product in your hands and then apply to your hair.

Finally, to blow dry your hair, use a round brush or large paddle along with the blow dryer, making sure your hair is fully dried. The goal is to ensure the ends are dried straight since wavy or curly split ends will show up more. Then when your hair is dry, use a heat protecting spray and ceramic flat iron on just the bottom two inches of your ends. You will find after going through this process that your hair looks healthy, sleek, and the split ends vanish from sight. The only thing you need to remember is that unless the split ends are cut off, this is just a temporary solution.



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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: April 29 2005 at 6:18pm
I don't agree with using alot of heat after blow drying your hair...but the basic info seem to be helpful.

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Posted By: Cinnamon
Date Posted: September 28 2005 at 4:33pm
This is such great information.  Thank you so much Cmesweet

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Posted By: KBaby
Date Posted: September 28 2005 at 11:11pm

I am wondering if anyone has any information on tree braiding.  I plan to get my done soon and my stylist isn't sure exactly how to do it.  She said she thinks is similar to crochet braiding, but I have no clue.  I saw pics of it in DSD's album, but I have been unable to get my hands on any real instructions online - only videos.  So-o-o-o-o-o if anyone knows how to do it or knows where I can find some written instructions, I'd really appreciate it!

TIA ladies!

Lala



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Posted By: ThAbAdDeStBaBy
Date Posted: October 19 2005 at 8:10pm
Originally posted by KBaby KBaby wrote:

I am wondering if anyone has any information on tree braiding.  I plan to get my done soon and my stylist isn't sure exactly how to do it.  She said she thinks is similar to crochet braiding, but I have no clue.  I saw pics of it in DSD's album, but I have been unable to get my hands on any real instructions online - only videos.  So-o-o-o-o-o if anyone knows how to do it or knows where I can find some written instructions, I'd really appreciate it!

TIA ladies!

Lala

Well its hard to explain the process but the videos (even though I know you dont wanna get them if you dont have too) is more helpfull IMO. But I know someone out there can help more than I could in explaining tree braiding. HTH



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Hair Goal: BSL by late 2007-early 2008
Hair now: net weave w/EP-RT




Posted By: ThAbAdDeStBaBy
Date Posted: October 19 2005 at 8:13pm
Heres a website that has basic styles with how to's: http://www.softsheen-carson.com/?c=7 - http://www.softsheen-carson.com/?c=7

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Hair Goal: BSL by late 2007-early 2008
Hair now: net weave w/EP-RT




Posted By: LovelyLisa
Date Posted: October 20 2005 at 12:36pm
Originally posted by KBaby KBaby wrote:

I am wondering if anyone has any information on tree braiding.  I plan to get my done soon and my stylist isn't sure exactly how to do it.  She said she thinks is similar to crochet braiding, but I have no clue.  I saw pics of it in DSD's album, but I have been unable to get my hands on any real instructions online - only videos.  So-o-o-o-o-o if anyone knows how to do it or knows where I can find some written instructions, I'd really appreciate it!

TIA ladies!

Lala

I just got tree braids 3 weeks ago and I adore them.  I did not allow the stylist to put glue to secure though.  It does shed more, but I don't want the glue.

My tree braids were done the following way.

In the back there are maybe 3 rows of individuals, so I may wear an up-do.  I have about 25 small conrows braided from front to back

As she cornrows the hair with the human hair, she leaves the HH out like tree branches.  Your hair is not out at all though. She has to continue to add hair to the same cornrow.  It took two bundles, but I wanted the fullness.  You can use less, up to you.

It takes about 4 hours and last about 6 to 8 weeks.

Not sure if I explained it well, but if you search on tree braids, there is someone with pictures and instructions.  I will see if I can find and post for you.



Posted By: LovelyLisa
Date Posted: October 20 2005 at 12:40pm

Kbaby,

 

Here it is...

http://public.fotki.com/dontspeakdefeat/super_grow_out_chal/tree_braids/ - http://public.fotki.com/dontspeakdefeat/super_grow_out_chal/ tree_braids/



Posted By: KBaby
Date Posted: October 26 2005 at 4:20pm
Hey LovelyLisa and ThAbAdDeStBaBy!  That was very helpful!  I tried to explain that to her the way you did to me but I think I botched it up!  I will print the directions and show her the pics and I think she can do it!  Thanks again!

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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: October 30 2005 at 5:48pm

How to Use Flat Iron & Hair Straighteners

This following instruction is based on the design of http://www.folica.com/Bion_Flat__358_1.html - Bion Digital flat iron .

Flat Straight
Insert a 2-inch section of hair between the plates, then squeeze the handle together and glide slowly through hair from the roots to the ends.

Soft Curls
Insert a 2-inch section of hair between the plates gently squeeze handle together and glide iron to the ends, then wind hair around plates.

Flip Out
Insert a 2-inch section of hair between the plates, then squeeze the handle together and glide slowly together hair beginning at the roots, slightly flip out the ends.

Flip In
Insert a 2-inch section of hair between the plates, then squeeze the handle together and glide slowly together hair beginning at the roots, slightly flip in the ends.

 



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Posted By: CoconutShy
Date Posted: January 06 2006 at 11:03pm

http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/indexcosm.htm - http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/indexcosm.htm

A LOT of different things...

Click on what you want to see then go to powerpoint presentation.

This is one for roller placement.

http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/lessons/cosmetology/roller_place/roller_place.pdf - http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/lessons/cosmetology /roller_place/roller_place.pdf



Posted By: WomanlyCharm
Date Posted: January 08 2006 at 3:44pm
That was awesome, just what I needed!  I'm doing my first roller set today, thanks coconutshy! 

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Posted By: CoconutShy
Date Posted: January 08 2006 at 4:03pm
You're welcome!  I hope that it comes out nicely!


Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: January 09 2006 at 4:15am
Thanks for posting Coconutshy!

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Posted By: misty60820
Date Posted: January 14 2006 at 9:13am
thanks!! I really needed this!!


Posted By: blackhoney112
Date Posted: January 14 2006 at 9:28am
Hi does anyone have any instructions on how to do flat twist? I have relaxed hair and I am have trouble making them TIA

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Posted By: keg265
Date Posted: February 02 2006 at 2:36pm
Originally posted by CoconutShy CoconutShy wrote:

http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/indexcosm.htm - http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/indexcosm.htm

A LOT of different things...

Click on what you want to see then go to powerpoint presentation.

This is one for roller placement.

http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/lessons/cosmetology/roller_place/roller_place.pdf - http://www.texastandi.unt.edu/curriculum/lessons/cosmetology /roller_place/roller_place.pdf

 

CoconutShy,

Is there a section that teaches you to braid or cornrow hair?



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Posted By: da hair man
Date Posted: March 02 2006 at 9:02am

Here's a technique I use to flat wrap (amonst other things)

http://www.askdwayne.com/Video/AdAskDwayne.mpg - http://www.askdwayne.com/Video/AdAskDwayne.mpg

 

http://www.askdwayne.com/FlatWrap.mpg - http://www.askdwayne.com/FlatWrap.mpg

 



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Posted By: keg265
Date Posted: March 02 2006 at 12:30pm
can a curly perm using the perm rods be done on african american hair? U know like those perms from Ogilvie? I think that is one of the name brands.

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Posted By: socialbutterfly
Date Posted: April 20 2006 at 6:39am
what excatly is wrapping your hair? do you guys have pics?

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Posted By: keg265
Date Posted: April 30 2006 at 10:12am
thasts brushing the hair around the head , dort of like in a bee hive then setting it with neck paper straps .

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Posted By: Linneahope
Date Posted: August 07 2006 at 7:45pm
Any strait out of the shower styles? Or anything that isn't very time consuming?

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Posted By: LovelyLisa
Date Posted: October 12 2006 at 9:51am
Thank you ladies for posting the links.  I needed to know how to do a slip knot for my invisibles and one of the links helped alot!  Thanks again!


Posted By: SexySyn
Date Posted: April 18 2007 at 4:00pm
I usually wrap my hair in the towel, squeeze most of the water out, then pull it into a pony tail and let it air dry for about 30 - 60 minutes, then blow dry my hair by alternating between the low setting of my blow dryer and the cold air blast button.  No tugging, pulling, and it only takes a few minutes because it's almost dry already and I still don't dry it out completely.


Posted By: kittenbubbles
Date Posted: August 05 2007 at 3:37pm
man great info


Posted By: femmemuscle
Date Posted: September 25 2007 at 8:01am
thank you thank you thank you!! excellent information!


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Posted By: SexySyn
Date Posted: September 25 2007 at 5:29pm
Just to reply on my earlier possting in April, I have upgraded to roller setting.  After washing and conditioning, I would roller set my hair with the biggest rollers my hair can hold, go under my hairdry for 45-60 mins.  After hair is completely dry, I remove rollers and wrap my hair to get it nice and straight.  Sometimes, I would even take a hairdry to blow out the roots before wrapping.


Posted By: _Princess_
Date Posted: February 28 2008 at 8:14pm
Originally posted by cmesweet cmesweet wrote:

How to cornrow, scarf wrap, bantu knots etc.

 

http://ourhair.net/content/category/5/85/58/ - http://ourhair.net/content/category/5/85/58/

 
Anyone kno of anotha site that shows how ta cornrow & scarf wrap (I need all tha help I can get, my best friend cracks on me cause I'm tha only female he knows who rocks du-rags n has them in a bunch of colors cause I dont kno how ta wrap a scarf round my head right EmbarrassedLOL)


Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: March 01 2008 at 4:59pm
Hi Princess,
 
You can find cornrowing instruction videos on    youtube.  I know the member Najaface has instructions on there.  Also, Braidsbybreslin.com sells instructioal  videos. 
 
Hope that helps.


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Posted By: _Princess_
Date Posted: March 02 2008 at 10:40am
Originally posted by cmesweet cmesweet wrote:

Hi Princess,
 
You can find cornrowing instruction videos on    youtube.  I know the member Najaface has instructions on there.  Also, Braidsbybreslin.com sells instructioal  videos. 
 
Hope that helps.
 
Thanks cmesweet I'll check them out,
Now how about that scarf wrap? LOL I love them du-rags n all *does Ciara dance from "Like A Boy"* LOL...I jus wanna be able ta do a proper scarf wrap


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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: March 02 2008 at 11:20am
What kind of   scarf wrap are you trying to do?

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Posted By: _Princess_
Date Posted: March 02 2008 at 12:09pm
I didn't kno there were more than one type Embarrassed...I have a square scarf that I'm not able ta tie around my head in a way so that it covers all of my hair & somethin' similar to YaYa's:


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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: March 02 2008 at 4:10pm

Yes, there are alot of ways to do a headwrap

 
THere is a book on this site  http://www.bilaldesigns.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPRODGROUP&ID=5&HS=1 - http://www.bilaldesigns.com  about 17 pages long that shows step-by- step pictures and text of how to do various headwraps.  It also tells  you what type of and size of the  material you will need.  This helped me, when I do wear headwraps I get alot of compliments and  people ask me to teach them...which is hard for me to do, cause i am still learning. Practice makes perfect.
 
http://cornrows.co.uk/patterns/wrap01.html - http://cornrows.co.uk/patterns/wrap01.html
 
http://www.h4d.com/headwrap1.asp - http://www.h4d.com/headwrap1.asp
 
This is similar to Yaya's
http://www.anyiams.com/wrapping.htm - http://www.anyiams.com/wrapping.htm
 
http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm - http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm


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Posted By: _Princess_
Date Posted: March 02 2008 at 5:09pm
Originally posted by cmesweet cmesweet wrote:

Yes, there are alot of ways to do a headwrap

 
THere is a book on this site  http://www.bilaldesigns.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPRODGROUP&ID=5&HS=1 - http://www.bilaldesigns.com  about 17 pages long that shows step-by- step pictures and text of how to do various headwraps.  It also tells  you what type of and size of the  material you will need.  This helped me, when I do wear headwraps I get alot of compliments and  people ask me to teach them...which is hard for me to do, cause i am still learning. Practice makes perfect.
 
http://cornrows.co.uk/patterns/wrap01.html - http://cornrows.co.uk/patterns/wrap01.html
 
http://www.h4d.com/headwrap1.asp - http://www.h4d.com/headwrap1.asp
 
This is similar to Yaya's
http://www.anyiams.com/wrapping.htm - http://www.anyiams.com/wrapping.htm
 
http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm - http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm
 
Thank you sooo much cmesweet


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Posted By: cmesweet
Date Posted: March 03 2008 at 6:21am

You are so welcome!



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Posted By: Godsflowerrr
Date Posted: March 08 2008 at 6:58pm
great links!!!!!Big%20smile

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Posted By: MsMiamiLady
Date Posted: June 17 2009 at 1:56pm
great links!


Posted By: parafire247
Date Posted: June 19 2009 at 7:55am
cmesweet - Thank you so much!  Even though I am white, my daughters love some of these styles in their hair (great for the beach!).  I knew how to do 1 (corn row), now I can try what they want! Smile


Posted By: Amy Taylor
Date Posted: November 23 2009 at 7:01am
this really helps thanks


Posted By: MissLynn21
Date Posted: July 08 2010 at 1:38pm
Thanks for all the tips!
 
Here is a link as well...hope it helps Smile
 
http://divatress.com/hair-instructions - http://divatress.com/hair-instructions


Posted By: sandysandara
Date Posted: July 26 2010 at 2:00am
It's very helpful!Thank you for your sharing!I'll do my hair soon.


Posted By: aadamjones01
Date Posted: December 17 2010 at 4:43am
Tips are fantastic! I would say healthy food is the ultimate source of good hair and skin. So, food habit should be revised.

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Posted By: champion118
Date Posted: December 26 2010 at 8:59pm
thanks for your advice again,it is very useful

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Posted By: champion118
Date Posted: December 26 2010 at 8:59pm
thx for your advice

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Posted By: Hibak
Date Posted: April 08 2011 at 2:40am
Thank you for all the info!

I used to wash my hair with warm hair, but I stopped because I read somewhere that washing your hair with warm water will damage your hair. Although I really preferred washing my hair with warm water rather den lukewarm.

Should I or should not wash my hair with warm water? Tongue


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Date Posted: May 14 2011 at 3:35am
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Posted By: davids
Date Posted: June 01 2011 at 1:47am
Great instructions here.. The idea of needing special instruction on how to comb or brush your hair may seem unnecessary. However, there are still a lot of myths floating around out there and we need to dispose of them.

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Posted By: hairbeauty
Date Posted: June 23 2011 at 2:32am
Wow,so great.I want to have a try for myself.Change my style.

Originally posted by cmesweet cmesweet wrote:

Yes, there are alot of ways to do a headwrap

 
THere is a book on this site  http://www.bilaldesigns.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPRODGROUP&ID=5&HS=1 - http://www.bilaldesigns.com  about 17 pages long that shows step-by- step pictures and text of how to do various headwraps.  It also tells  you what type of and size of the  material you will need.  This helped me, when I do wear headwraps I get alot of compliments and  people ask me to teach them...which is hard for me to do, cause i am still learning. Practice makes perfect.
 
http://cornrows.co.uk/patterns/wrap01.html - http://cornrows.co.uk/patterns/wrap01.html
 
http://www.h4d.com/headwrap1.asp - http://www.h4d.com/headwrap1.asp
 
This is similar to Yaya's
http://www.anyiams.com/wrapping.htm - http://www.anyiams.com/wrapping.htm
 
http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm - http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_swt.cfm


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I am the fan of lace wigs.



Posted By: jonyyggreg
Date Posted: November 02 2011 at 12:27pm
I usually blanket my hair in the towel, clasp a lot of of the baptize out, again cull it into a pony appendage and let it air dry for about 30 - 60 minutes, again draft dry my hair by alternating amid the low ambiance of my draft dryer and the algid air bang button. No tugging, pulling, and it alone takes a few account because it's about dry already and I still don't dry it out completely.

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Posted By: nubia
Date Posted: May 19 2012 at 3:41am
Originally posted by da hair man da hair man wrote:

Here's a technique I use to flat wrap (amonst other things)

http://www.askdwayne.com/Video/AdAskDwayne.mpg - http://www.askdwayne.com/Video/AdAskDwayne.mpg

 

http://www.askdwayne.com/FlatWrap.mpg - http://www.askdwayne.com/FlatWrap.mpg

 



This is a very nice technique for flat wrap. I will implement this method tomorrow after work. Thanks


Posted By: floweroos
Date Posted: August 23 2012 at 8:46pm
Different braiding styles and instructions


Posted By: May22
Date Posted: September 10 2012 at 5:08am

 Wow, fantastic!



Posted By: KMarie43
Date Posted: December 21 2012 at 2:06pm
I posted this earlier but I think this forum could benefit as well!

Technique on making wigs?

The good wigs are really expensive so I just made a U-part wig and it did not take very long and turned out really nice.I used - tag=battleforthe4-20 ""> YesONE 100% virgin remy hair from Hollywood. (it was my first time because i wanted nice quality but didn't want to spend a fortune and this did not let me down)I also watched this really good on making the Upart wig with a hot glue gun. It took me about an hour or more but the wigs has held up nicely and is very convenient.






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Posted By: Melrose Hair
Date Posted: February 14 2013 at 7:33am
Nice instructions..It could indeed be useful for newbies.

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Posted By: dcssalman
Date Posted: June 01 2013 at 3:55am
Mind blowing beautiful artical 


Posted By: jemy1
Date Posted: July 17 2013 at 5:27am
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Posted By: Davidwilliams
Date Posted: August 09 2013 at 11:38am
The information is helpful to me. I was worried about my hair extensions.These tips made me tension free from caring of hair extensions.If there are more tips then share especially for curly hair.


Posted By: imane
Date Posted: December 27 2013 at 11:16am
very nice link here about hair wrapping thanks a lot

http://www.the-best-hair-dryer-reviews.com/ - http://www.motionshair.com/M_ybl/M_ybl_hw.cfm



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Posted By: spyvine
Date Posted: January 25 2014 at 1:34am
Thanks for the resource I was actually looking for this so I can wrap up my hair.



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