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asked in category: General Last Updated: 24th March, 2020

Is beeswax good for braids?

Hold for twists and braids – Generally speaking, beeswax is the product you would reach for if you're looking to add some sort of hold to your hair. This means it is a good product for holding hairstyles like twists (a la Mama Nelson) and braids as well as sealing in moisture, especially on your ends.

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Herein, is beeswax good for the hair?

Beeswax is a great natural alternative to synthetic hair styling products that dry out the hair and give the hair a heavy, greasy feel. Natural and full of antioxidants, it helps retain the natural moisture of the hair and prevents free radical damage brought by pollution and heat.

Similarly, is beeswax good for twisting hair? Beeswax is excellent for twisting hair because it provides natural emollients, it seals, it holds, and it isn't harsh on even damaged hair. Comb hair, so it's detangled. Section off hair that you want to twist into tiny 1 cm (or shorter) pieces.

Also to know is, how can I make my braids last longer?

5 ways to maintain your braids so they last longer

  1. Protect your hair at night. Always wear a scarf when you go to bed made out of silk or satin.
  2. Keep your scalp moist. Do this at least two to three times a week, using a leave-in conditioner.
  3. Wash your braids.
  4. Extend your style time by redoing your edges.
  5. Don't leave your braids in for too long.

Is beeswax hard to wash out?

Beeswax is tough to get rid of. One of the easiest ways to remove a large amount is with slightly warm olive oil. Apply the oil to your hair and let it soak for a few minutes, then wash your hair with dish soap to remove greasiness.

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