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Monday, February 15, 2016

3 RULES To Follow for a Flawless Braidout!

3 RULES To Follow for a Flawless Braidout!
Photo courtesy from  YoursNaturally11

Here's Mary from Chocolate Curl Girl  with her three simple, yet effective tips on always achieving a perfect braidout.  Yea, twistout get all the love but a fierce braidout is nothing to sneeze at and may become your go to style in 2016!  

See also: Fluffy Twist-Out On 4c Natural Hair Extensions


I ALWAYS style on freshly washed deep conditioned hair.
Styling on fresh hair for me gives me the best results. Styling on old hair that is coated in residual product leaves me with hair that’s weighed down and lacking luster and shine (I prefer twistouts on old/dry hair). Deep conditioning before I style ensures that I will have super soft voluminous results no matter what styler(s) I use, even gels. 

I ALWAYS apply an oil to my braids.
For me my go to hair pomade is nature’s blessing (pictured below) but any oil of your choice is fine. I always make sure to coat my braids either during styling, or after styling before unraveling my braids. This step helps reduce frizz and gives me the shine I’m always complimented on. I prefer this instead of coating my fingers with oil, the shine and lack of frizz helps me keep my style popping long after 3rd day hair!


I ALWAYS treat the braid take down as important as the installation!
To get FLAWLESS RESULTS time and patience is needed when taking down your braids! I literally cringe when is see tutorials where a beautiful braidout is ruined because the style is not take-down properly. I slowly remove my braids using the opposite motion used to braid going slowly to prevent frizz. Although this takes a bit more time it is totally worth it to me, since I won’t have to restyle for at least a week.

See also: How to Maintain Box Braids and Senegalese Twist

Here’s a pic of my braidout after several days:
3 RULES To Follow for a Flawless Braidout!

These tips will have you on your way to your own FLAWLESS braidout!

Mary G.

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