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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 KEEPS IT FROM DRYING OUT WHILE MOISTURIZING YOUR NATURAL HAIR. IF YOU TRY USING THESE PRODUCT ALONG WITH YOUR PROTECTIVE CROCHET STYLE, IT WILL LAST YOU AT LEASE TWO MONTHS. MEANWHILE YOU CAN THINK ABOUT YOUR NEXT PROTECTIVE STYLE AHEAD OF TIME. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR VISIT AND MAKE SURE YOU SIGN UP ON MY BLOG FOR MORE NATURAL HAIR STYLE TIPS. TAKE CARE

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