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How to Stretch Natural Hair Using African Threading

by Evenes Ruth Mafupa

Another video is up guys, or girls. I am so used to say guys. Anyways, dear lovely people, another video is live on my channel and it’s about how I stretch my hair using African Threading. After stretching my hair, a lot of people often ask me if my hair is natural or relaxed. Far from it. My hair is still natural. Asijiki. I am not going back to relaxers, It’s not worth it. Especially when I can have it straight temporarily using heat or African threading, mabhanzi, Amaphondo, Benny and Betty.

Below is the whole process in a nutshell. How easy is that? Plus less damage especially if your plaits are not too tight. If you make it too tight though, my friend, your hairline is going to leave you.

I have been using heat a lot on my hair of late and I thought it is time I give it a break. Too much of something, especially heat on these coils cannot be good for me. So, I decided to do the stretching by threading my hair. My hair needs a trim you all. I mean a serious trim. I have not trimmed my hair in 3 months so it was time you all. It was time. I wrote another piece on the importance of trimming hair and if you would like to check that out, here it is.

Do you like the cap? I bought it from Zando recently and I am just in love with it. The earrings in this video are from Jems Of A Natural and we now stock them at Natural Moisture. Why pay shipping twice? When you stock up on your favourite must have products, grab a pair or 2.

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God bless you always.

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Nokuthula 21 August 2019 - 07:13

no commeny

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