Saturday, 27 August 2016

Should I Use Rubber Bands/ Elastics in My Child's Natural Hair?

Should I use rubberbands in my child's natural hair? DiscoveringNatural


With rubber bands "elastics", you can use them. I prefer on the base of the hair rather than the ends. However,  cut off the rubberbands upon take down. The issue with putting it at the ends is that since the ends of the hair are quite fragile,  it can break the ends of the hair.  In addition, it makes it difficult to moisture the ends of the hair properly. With it being at the roots, it can also cause breakage if it is done too tightly and your child pulls on that area or itches that area. That is why some people experience short hair along these areas. This issue can also happens with hair ties too. It is your preference whether to use it or not.
 
To secure ends without rubber bands, I do this

 
How I remove rubber bands and get rid of lint at the root, do this
 


Stay beautiful! 💖

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10 comments :

  1. I have heard of some people saying you should soak the rubber bands in olive oil before using it on the hair so it doesn't break the hair off.

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    1. I've heard of that too but I don't know if it actually works.

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    2. I have heard that before but never tried it. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Love how you secure ends without rubber bands. it's a great alternative.

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