Taking Out Braids

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Taking out braids can be done by using a rat tail comb to gently loosen each plait, using the fingers to undo the entire braid and combing out the hair to remove kinks. Remove small, tight braids carefully with beauty tips from an experienced hairstylist in this free video on hair care.

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Hi my name is Reyonna Orr and I've been a stylist for more than ten years now. My shop is located in Eastpointe, Michigan and I'm here to show you how to take out braids. It is important to use a thin comb like a rat tail comb. You use the ends to just separate through each small section so that you are not pulling the hair and adding too much stress to it. Once the hair begins to loosen on its own the comb can be put away and you can continue just to finger it out one section at a time. Once the braid is completely out it is important to comb through the hair to make sure that you have left no kinks and that the braid has been completely taken out. You repeat this step with each individual braid. Once all of your cornrows have been taken down, it is important to wash your hair to prepare it for the next style. I'm Reyonna Orr and I just showed you how to take out braids.

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