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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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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1. Ask your stylist for a hair trim and a hot oil treatment. Even if you're going to be braiding your hair yourself, you want to make sure you start off with your strands in their
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To micro braid someone's hair, you take a piece of weave and wrap it around the root of the natural hair and the plat it at least half way down.
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1 Comb out the hair. Ad 2 Part the hair in four sections. 3 Pin up three sections of the hair. 4 Take a small section of the hair, that‘s not pined up and wrap the fake hair
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i would find somebody else who can do that back of your head and use a a hair to to keep the hair away from your face Source(s): life
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