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It is no secret to everyone that hair maintenance is one of the hardest tasks that we have to deal with in our living days. One missed day can make our hair brittle, or look frizzy. It is especially annoying on days when you have to go out with your friends, or on days when you have to visit a formal occasion. However, why do we continue to pamper our hair?
Aside from being taught that proper hygiene is the key to beauty, the answer comes in the form of our identity. For most people, our hair is our identity. It holds true for males and their sharp haircuts, but holds the strongest for us females. For us, our hair is our identity. Some would even go as far as calling it as their life. It tells who we are, and how we style it is how we wish to present ourselves. We want to be beautiful regardless of what society tells us to be.
We experiment with our hair in order to bring out our innermost beauty, even at the cost of destroying. We dye our hair in hopes to catch other’s attention, or just simply wish to bring out our inner quirkiness. We also style and cut our hair in different unique ways that show off our personality, and how perfectly it captures us. However, with all of these trends, they usually come at a cost of a high price and high risk. So, how do we show our beauty without risking damage to our hair? The answer comes in the form of braids.
Recently, crochet hair and braids have become a trend once again. Despite having existed for thousands of years, braids are still the epitome of flawless beauty. It is of low maintenance, yet it perfectly brings out a woman’s beauty if done correctly.Only take a look at different runways that showcase just how beautiful braids can make a person out to be. Even more so if you take a look around you in public areas, and just notice how eye catching they are.
Countless sites provide tutorials on how to braid one’s hair through various styles. I remember when I was younger, and I used to do braids for myself. Unfortunately, I never really learned more than a French braid, but currently, there are countless braids out there to try out: like half up braids, waterfall braids, crown braids, and many more! However, to do such a thing on days where your hair decides to make a mess out of itself is pretty hard.
Fortunately, remedies for that come in the form of hair products like moisturizers, and wigs like human crochet hair to lessen the amount of time to prepare your hair, but also save just enough to get prepared on everything else in your list.