Q: How long does my hair have to be?
A: Your hair must be at least shoulder length, if you can fit it into a low pony tail then it can be braided.

Q: How long does it take?
A: Depending on what style you choose most up-styles take half an hour, where as with the cornrows 1/4 style can take 15min, half a head 40
minutes and a full head 1 hour, some of the more intricate styles can take between 1.5 – 2 hours.

Q: Do i need to wash my hair or have it wet?
A: It is recommended to wash your hair a day before, when i style i do use a spray bottle to wet each section as i go along.

Q: How long does it last for?
A: Depends on what style you choose and your hair type. It will also depend on whether you do a high amount of physical activities.
Up-styles can last for a couple of days, and cornrows and braids can last anywhere from 2-6 weeks

Q: Will my hair fall out?
A: When you take out your style, a natural amount of hair will fall out due to not being able to brush it, so don’t worry you wont go bald.

Q: Does it hurt?
A: It does get tender when braiding near your temples and the back of the neck, I have a gentle touch and have braided children from 2
years old and even had them fall asleep in the chair.


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  1. I think, with long hair, there is a greater pilabbiorty, if it snagging when combing or brushing, and some have pulled out. Even with long hair are those that get stuck on their own rather stable in the other, until you are combing, while with short hair, shed hair fall could go free and get lost and thus not counted in the hair inventory. By the way, if you nothing else to do but count the number of shed hairs have every day, you have to get out.

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