How to Do Micro Braids Yourself?

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You will need about 2-3 packs of braiding hair. You will need to use the weave hair and braid the weaving hair into the natural hair to make a very tiny braid. You will need to do this until the entire head is covered with micro braids. You can find more information here: www.braidsbybreslin.com
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Micro braiding is a common hairstyle among the African American population. The hair is braided into numerous thin and fragile braids. Micro braids are especially popular because this hairstyle doesn't cost much to maintain. However, if you're looking to... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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To do micro braids yourself you will need to part your hair in four sections. Begin the micros at the nap of your head. Part very small sections. Pull a piece of hair from the bundle of weave hair. Place on your hair and braid in.
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