Spring is around the corner and most of us will be changing our hairstyles and refreshing our wardrobes. But braids and twists are still trending - all types of braids!
If you're looking forward to doing some simple yet classic braids, here are some tips and guidelines on how to maintain your mane from True Love's Nthabiseng Makhokha.
These help your hair not to lock if you are planning to keep them for more than four weeks.
They are easy to use, affordable and can be found in most stores
Tip: DO NOT tie or put in your braids too tightly as this will damage your hairline
DO wash your braids after three weeks
Try: Sta-Sof-Fro Oil Moisturising Spray from Clicks
Isoplus Qhina Extra Moisturising Braid Spray from Clicks or Dis-Chem
Jabu Stone Braiding Anti-Itching Spray from Clicks
Serums are great because help with hair growth, calm the scalp and strengthen your roots.
They are not too oily so they don’t make a mess, plus they add shine.
Tip: DO NOT overuse your serum, because they are liquid, they trickle to your neck and make stains
Try: Dr. Miracle’s Daily Moisturising Gro Oil from Clicks
Sof N’ Free Shine Serum from Clicks
Soft boar brush
Keep a small soft bristled brush in your bag to neaten stray hairs that make the hair look untidy
Boar brushes are gentle, so they will not cause you any harm.