Style Your Indian Remy Hair Into Lovely Braids!
It’s great to wear braided hair! It’s because we can wear them in so innumerable styles! If you are a woman longing for wearing braids in different styles, like crochets, boxes, individuals, trees, minis, micros, Goddesses, or freestyles, consider some necessary things.
Nearly each of the braid styles require different kinds of extension hair, but commonly they require securely attached ones as a basic need. You need to choose carefully if you wish those lovely braids. Virgin Indian Remy hair extensions are the most perfect to buy, and if they are a little curlier or coarser, you will find them easy to take a better grip in addition to maintaining your style for longer.
After bringing your perfect Indian Remy hair home, when you will wear the braids, you will have to make both, your natural and the extension, ready for the style. Wash and condition you natural hair before braiding. Your extensions too need a good wash and rinse in advance. You have to follow the instructions on the package of shampoo and conditioner exactly. Take care for thorough drying too. For this, you can spread the hair by making them into bundles of about one inch of thickness. This will let the extensions dry quicker and you can grab correct amount of them later while making them into braids.
If you are going to use blow-dryer to dry your Indian Remy hair after washing, apply heat-protecting serum on them, to maintain their health, before you style them into braids, because they should bear the stress.
Now, preparing actually for braiding process, make 3-4 parts of hair from, say, ear to ear and from forehead to nape or crown. Tie them with bands or clips to secure them.
To prevent further tangling or confusion, start from nape and divide the locks into still smaller parts, about an inch wide or even less. Each of these will be a braid. If you want micro braids, make them even smaller and if you want bigger ones, make them bigger. Now matching this size, take the extension hair; take care not to take too much or too little of them, as the braids will look bulky in the earlier case and lumpy and spindly in the later case.
Folding the extensions at the top, hook them over the top of the sections you have made of your own hair; ensure that the hair are held tight near the scalp. So you get three portions of hair, viz. shorter end of hair extensions on the left, your own hair in the middle and the long end of extensions on the right. Pull each of them tightly, taking care of not causing pain, and weave these three strands into braids. For tree and micro braids, you can make use of slipknot to secure the braid and let the ends be loose, if you wish. For most of other styles, keep crisscrossing up to the end of the extensions.
After this, you can curl or trim or style the braids of your Indian Remy hair any way you want!