How to Get The Most Out of Your Crochet Braid Installation

  • How to Wash Your Hair

    ✓ Use a spray bottle of watered down shampoo and spray your scalp with the mixture.

    ✓ You can lightly massage your scalp with the pads of your fingers.

    Optional: Cowash the crochet braids very gently.Then gently rinse out the mixture you used to clean your scalp (and the cowash in the crochet braids).

    Optional: Condition the crochet braids as you would condition your normal hair, then rinse out the conditioner.

    ✓ Condition your own cornrowed hair by spraying it with a light mixture of leave-in conditioner.

    ✓ Finish by lightly adding a moisturizer to your hair and the added hair and sealing with an oil.

    Note: Focus your attention on your scalp and not the crochet hair.

    Note: To avoid loosening your hair, wash your crochet braids once every two weeks as opposed to once a week or more frequently.

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  • How to Get Rid of Irritation

    Add some apple cider vinegar rinse to a spray bottle and spritz the mixture all over your head. You can also use a scalp anti-itch relief oil or spray.

  • Maintaining The Style

    Keep the crochet hair neat by using mousse to minimize the frizz, you can also trim any flyways every couple days.

    Use a water-based moisturizer, spray it on your scalp and natural hair to prevent them from drying out.

  • Sleeping With Them

    Wrap up your crochet braids and cover them with our Satin Shower Caps, Braid Bonnet or Satin Bonnets.

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