If you’re spending your time in box braids, faux locs, or passion twists; you’ll need these
I spend most of my time in protective styles these days. I learned how to do box braids, faux locs, and passion twists at home.
I recently did something for the first time. I got knotless braids with feed-in for my butt-length braids done at a local shop. It took 5 hours with 4 braiders.
But with extremely dry scalp I had to keep a few things on deck. You’ll find them below.
One thing I highly recommend if you’re going to keep your hair in braids longer than a month is shampooing and conditioning your scalp and hair.
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4 Products for Protective Styling Your Hair
Aveda Rinseless Refresh Micellar Hair & Scalp Refresher
Aveda Foam Reset No-Rinse Hydrating Hair Cleanser
EDEN BodyWorks Papaya Castor Scalp Massaging Serum
Dove Beauty Refresh + Care Fresh Coconut Dry Shampoo
For more tips on how to prep and care for your hair in box braids including on how to shampoo your hair, click below
Box Braids: How to Prep Your Hair & Care For Your Favorite Protective Style
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