Download: How To Properly Take Out/Take Down/ Remove Crochet Braids Tutorial Part 6

By Breanna Rutter


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Supplies Used:

(3) Packs/Bundles of synthetic braiding hair

Plastic hair beader or/and a Crotchet needle



Now it's time to take down or unistall your Crotchet Latch Hook Braid Style
If you would rather sport your hairstyle for another couple of days or even weeks feel free but remember to take care of your hair.
When I wear any type of hair style, it is a MUST that I add moisture to my hair at least once a week.
I use my spray bottle concoction to add moisture to my hair.
Remember to release your twists out of a pinned style at least once a week to add some moisture to your hair.
If your hair requires less moisture, thats fine.
Do to your hair what your hair needs because if you let conditions worsen, your hair ends up paying for it.
When taking down your crotchet braids all you have to do is cut the knots of the extension hair and unravel your braids
Take your time
If you are sure or unsure as to whether or not where your hair ends along the twists, take them down with your hands until you are comfortable with cutting the ends to speed up the process.
Its really easy and simple and once you get the technique down, you will be addicted to the ease of this style!

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