Haute Hair Chronicles|Caring for your Braids

What type of braids are you rocking?


What’s your next braided style?


Box Braids?
Two Strand Twists?

Upon getting any braids make sure your hair is in great condition, in order to maintain the condition and strength of your hair. Something such as a protein treatment, and deep conditioner, with an added trim, will guarantee growth! I always tell my clients that braids are meant to grow your hair not break it off!

Healthy habits you can practice while maintaining your braids:

My favorite braid spray, Sulfur 8. 

This product is a medicated, and conditioning agent, used to treat dandruff, as well as condition the hair while braided. Sulfur 8 Braid Spray keeps the braids looking, shiny, conditioned, and soothes tightness and itching. I recommend clients to use this daily in the winter months and every 2-3 days in the warmer months.

Cleansing the braids I’d prefer using Oat Protein and Henna Cleansing Shampoo (Design Essentials) on the scalp with some Seabreeze for a deeper cleansing effect. Follow up with your Braid-stress for further details for this service!

When it comes to styling I would suggest wearing pony-tails at a comfortable tension level to protect hair from breakage, also if you use the Sulfur 8 Braid Spray it’ll keep your hair hydrated so you don’t have to worry about breakage from pony-tails. This method will keep the hair looking fresh. After seeing results from my clients I can guarantee this method works! If you want to see results, it takes a dedicated Hair Specialist that will help you to get to where you want to be with your hair goals.

Have Questions and or concerns?

Email me!


Yours Truly,

Joi Lewis







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