The day has come to finally undo your hair, fear not, we have 3 easy steps to guide you when taking out your hair, your friends hair, your child's hair or even your next door neighbours hair, be prepared for a long journey or a very quick one depending on the style in hand, patinece level and time. Now were not saying that to scare you but we must brace you for the journey especially when dealing with children and those with thick, volumised afro or mixed hair, care and time needs to be taken.
Apply conditioner all over the hair, be genourous the more conditioner the better (especially natural hair with volume). We advise you get a cheap conditioner for this process as this will work as a softer and make the undoing process easier.
- Braids with extensiones - we advise you undo one braid to see the length of your hair, once you are comfortable with the length of the natural hair cut the rest of the excess extension. Its is also safe to cut the extesions just before the knot.
Remove each braid or cornrow indivisually one at a time and applying more conditioner once removed and comb theorugh the hair, starting from the ends working your way up to the roots. Make sure you are doing this one after the other, this process will be much easier than leaving the combing process untill the end when all the hair is loose.
- You will notice some hair loss**, pleaase do not be alarmed, this is normal. Naturally our hair shreds on a day to day basis (this is evidence whilst brushing, washing, styling and natural climate).... Whist your hair is in a protective hairstlye it will still shred but will have no escape root as it is locked up in your hair style, so when you undo your hair weeks later it is natural and normal to have some hair loss**
- Tip: Section out pecies of your hair
Once all your hair is out use a wide teeth comb
Howeverrrrr... if you dont fancy the hassle or have the time you can book in for a removal, wash and blowdry servic
e or as an additioanl service at our salon here.