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Hair Braiding

Hair Braiding is an ancient art, handed down from generation to generation in Africa. The origins of the art form can be traced back to Egypt as far as 3500 BC. In many West African countries, hair braiding developed into complex patterns signaling one’s social status, age group, and village affiliation.
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Dreadlocks are usually intentionally formed; because of the variety of different hair textures, various methods are used to encourage the formation of locks such as backcombing. If the hair is not brushed or cut, it will tangle together as it grows, eventually resulting in the twisted, matted ropes of hair known as dreadlocks.
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Hair Weaves

Hair weaving is a very general term used to describe human or artificial hair used to alter one's natural hair appearance by adding additional hair to one's natural hair or by covering the natural hair altogether with human or synthetic hair pieces. The highest-quality extension hair is Indian human remy hair.
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Children's hair braiding should not be heavy as it will weight down on the child's scalp. Mae can help with ensuring your child is stylish and cute with a variety of hair braiding styles including corn rolls!
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