How to do hair Essay

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how to do hair

Introduction:
Cornrows updo with a weave ponytail is basically two hair styles in one. The cornrows are
generally small in size, and the weave is usually sewn or wrapped around the ponytail. The
weave ponytail is usually done with curly or weave hair. Cornrows updo with a weave
ponytail usually last two to four weeks. This process generally takes 1½ to 2 hours
depending on the desired size of cornrows.

Cornrows is one of the healthiest of all braiding hair services. Cornrows are good for
your hair because they tend to encourage growth. Many people get cornrows in their hair
because they last a long time, and they require no chemicals that can harm the hair.

Cornrows have existed for a long time but not until recently have they become more
acceptable. The end result is only limited by your imagination. They are very versatile.
Braids offer endless styles and patterns.


Supplies Needed: (See Figure 1.1)
1 Pack Of Weaving Hair Blow Dryer
Conditioner Gel
Grease Hair Clips
Hair Pins Oil Sheen
Rattail Comb Rubber Bands
Shampoo Soft Brush
Spray Bottle Hair Spray



Safety Precautions:
Remove any jewelry before beginning.
Be very careful with hot tools and equipment; such as flat irons and curling
irons.
Consult with the client before doing any hair service.
Keep all plug-in tools and equipment safely away from water.

Hair Preparation:
Before you start any hair care service the hair should be properly cleaned, combed,
greased, and blow-dried. Follow these steps in order, as listed below:

1. Cleaning the Hair: Shampoo the hair twice; you can do it a third time if necessary.
Then dry the hair with a towel. Apply a conditioner, and leave in for 15 minutes.

2. Combing the Hair: Use your rattail comb to part the entire head into four sections.
Gradually separate the hair so it prevents tangles through the comb-out process. After
each section is separated hold each section together with a rubber band or hair clip.
Unclip one section at a time, hold firmly from scalp, and start combing the hair from the
ends to the roots.

3. Greasing the Scalp: apply a thin coat of grease to the entire head from roots to
ends. (I recommend coconut oil grease.) After combing and greasing the hair thoroughly
re-clip the four sections of hair. Now it is time to blow dry.

4. Blow Drying the Hair: use blow dryer and comb attachment to perform the same
procedures as the comb-out process. Start from the hair ends and work your way up to the
scalp through out the entire head. Blow drying makes the hair more straighter and easier
to comb and style. (Remember: To much blow drying can cause damage to the hair.)


Now you are ready to begin styling!!!

Procedure:
Cornrows updo with a weave ponytail is a two step process. The first you are going to
begin with is the cornrows. Follow steps as listed below.
1. Part the hair into desired number size for cornrows. (See Figure 1.2)

2. Gather three sections of hair. (See Figure 1.3)
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