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MAINTAINING YOUR PROTECTIVE CROCHET BRAIDS

IT'S IMPORTANT TO MAINTAIN YOUR PROTECTIVE CROCHET BRAIDS WHILE WEARING THEM, SO I THOUGHT TO LET YOU IN ON, HOW I MAINTAIN MY CROCHET BRAIDS. ONE VERY IMPORTANT THING YOU WANT TO KEEP IN MIND IS, WHAT TYPE OF HAIR YOU WILL BE INSTALLING, WHETHER IT'S HUMAN OR SYNTHETIC, AND YOUR NATURAL HAIR UNDER THE CROCHET BRAIDS. BOTH ARE IMPORTANT WHILE ROCKEN THIS STYLE. YOU MIGHT GET DRY SCALP, AND IF SO TRY USING SULFUR8, THIS PRODUCT IS SO, SO GREAT AND IT PREVENTS DRY ITCHING SCALP. ANOTHER PRODUCT I USE, AND IT ALL DEPEND ON THE CURL PATTERN OF THE HAIR, AND THAT'S SMOOTH 'N SHINE POLISHING DIAMOND LUSTER ANTI-FRIZZ CURL 'N SHAPE SPRAY GEL, THIS STUFF IS SO GREAT WITH TIGHT CURLS LINE THE TANGO BRAIDS BY FREETRESS, I LOVE IT AND IT SMELLS SO,SO GREAT! ONE AND NOT LEASE IS AN HAIR SHEEN THAT I PURCHASE AT THE DOLLAR STORE, YEP! I LOVE THIS STUFF, AND IT'S THE LUSTI ORGANICS OLIVE OIL HAIR SHEEN LUSTRE POUR CHEVEUX. IT'S GREAT WITH YOUR NATURAL HAIR, AND IT KE…

MAKEUP EXPIRATION

Ever wonder how long you should keep your makeup, well never fear because I’m going to tell you straight to the point how long you should keep your makeup. So let’s get started. LIQUID MAKEUP: Keep it: 6 to 8 months Toss It: This is a good sign that lets you know your liquid foundation is bad, and that is when you notice a separation in the ingredients and they begin to settle at the bottom, now the texture or consistency changes and becomes thinner or thicker then usual, and the color and smell changes, so if you noticed this then I suggest that you get rid of it. POWER MAKEUP: Keep it: 6 to 12 months Toss It: Powders based foundation products don’t contain water they will more than likely last longer than liquids and creams but, be sure to use clean brushes and makeup applicators when applying your makeup to avoid transferring bacteria to your products, we ladies want a clean and clear complexion. CREAMS: Keep It: 4 to 6 months Toss It: Just as with liquid foundation, the p…

PROTECTIVE HAIR STYLE: USING FREETRESS TANGO

I'M USING FREETRESS TANGO IN NUMBER 30

Crochet Braids: Model Model Twin Deep

Crochet Dread Loc Tube Headband Pattern

What you will need 1. Your favorite yarn 2. 1 Crochet Needle Size(I) These instructions are very easy to follow, even for beginners. *Note: If your head is smaller or larger then the average size, please measure your head around with an measuring tape, then chain stitch up to that length. **If you like to change colors: Once you're at the end, finish off by chaining one, then cut your yarn with scissors, pull yarn over the draw your yarn all the way through your final hook. When you pull gently on the tail end of the yarn it should create a subtle knot. ARE YOU READY! SO LET'S BEGAN.... PATTERN: Row one: Start with a chain of 59 stitches. (This will make up the size of the dreadlocks tube headband). Once you Chain the 59 stitches, turn then chain 1. Now double chain 1, then turn. Row: 15 Skip every other stitch, using double chain. Once, at the end chain 1. Finish off your work by putting a knot at the end, cut off any loose yarn. Now it's time to sew up …

My First Natural Afro Puff- Tutorial/ HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY

Collection Of Good and Not So Good Foundations

My Protective 3/4 U Part Wig Installed

MY FIRST PROTECTIVE 3/4 U PART WIG

Week Two: Protective Crochet Braids & How I'm Feelin

Protective Crochet Braids: Using Freetress GoGo Curls

MY FIRST NEW NATURAL TWIST OUT AFTER REMOVING MY LOCS

HOW i DEEP CONDITION MY NATURAL HAIR

I REMOVED MY DREAD LOCS

HEY GUY'S I DID REMOVED MY DREAD LOCKS AND I KNOW THIS WILL BE A JOURNEY FOR ME. SO SIT BACK AND CHECK THIS OUT.

DIY: Lip Balm I Whipped Up Myself & Tutorial

DIY (Did It Myself) Handmade Denim Across The Body Tote HandBag!

Chop My Locs A New Transition Say GoodBye To My Locs

DIY: TINTED MOISTURIZER PLUS TUTORIAL