Methods To Unlock Tree Braids
Tree braids are interlocking hair weaves that are made of synthetic or a natural hair. The tree braids usually involve braiding existing hair into cornrows before weaving into the extensions. This styling process mostly takes more than five hours and removing it also very much complicated as it can consume lot of time. Just follow this simple step to remove tree braids.
First loosen the hair by using the fingers and try to wiggle it back and forth. Then mist the hair with a braid spray to the roots and extensions. Spread a large amount of detangling conditioner all over the hair and leave it for about 10 minutes. Next cut the majority amount of the extensions using a sharp pair of shears and the natural hair which ends in the extensions must measure 1-2 inches from the point. Spritz your hair with a hairspray and take a tree braid to work the ends using your fingers to detangle it from your natural hair. If you feel difficult to detangle the hair, try to mist the hair with a detangling solution. Brush the hair with a rat-tail comb to detangle tricky spots and avoid the actual comb for this. At last rinse out the detangling solution and leave the hair to dry on its own. Take the hair in your fingers and tip of the rat-tail comb to untangle the cornrows after removing all of the extensions. Wash and rinse your hair thoroughly to remove any product buildup.