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Before your appointment

Please have hair freshly washed, detangled, and blow dried straight prior to your appointment. If you are natural like myself and use little to no heat on your hair an air dry will suffice, but please have your hair completely detangled/combed out. For feed-in braids your hair MUST be blow dried, no exceptions. You will have to reschedule if your scalp is not healthy, or if your hair has too much product build up. Braiding on clean hair promotes the longevity of the style and creates a flawless foundation for your braids. 

Braiding hair suggestions

Any braiding hair is fine, but if you want silky beautiful hair that will not irritate your scalp I would suggest purchasing RastAfri braiding hair. They have hair in so many different colors, textures, and styles that you can find at your local beauty supply store. 

Beauty Supply store suggestion​

Everyone from the owner to the employees are very knowledgable. This store has all of your hair care and needs in one place. Let them know Tilesha sent you.

Mane De Jour

1652 N. Scottsdale Rd

(10 min drive from my location)

Tempe AZ, 85281

After your appointment

To prevent frizz or dryness, wrap your hair every night before bed. You can use a du-rag, hair scarf, or a Bonet like pictured to the right. For my ladies who like the long braids they sell extra large bonets as well. It is also a great idea to moisturize your hair every few days with a good oil (I prefer castor oil) while it is in the braids. You don't want your hair to have breakage as a result of being too dry, once you take the braids down.