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www.webmd.com/beauty/features/8-ways-youre-damaging-your-hair

Continued Hair Repair "Whether it's heat, chemicals, dyes, or styling, it's all doing some degree of damage," Mirmirani says. "A good rule of thumb is, the less you do to your hair, the better."

bellatory.com/hair/Is-Box-Braids-Good-For-Hair-Growth

Natural hair grows no matter if you get it braided or not. The key is to find a style that will fit your schedule. Putting your hair in braids can give it two or three months of rest from chemical or heat damage, reducing breakage. Personal preference will also determine what kind of braids you ...

www.bustle.com/articles/118817-7-things-about-braids-you-need-to-know-before...

7 Things About Braids You Need to Know Before You Get Your Own ... but for me the luxury of long hair wasn't worth the damage to my skull and tresses. ... Choosing who braids your hair should not ...

www.naturalhairrules.com/braid-extensions-good-growing-hair

It’s widely believed that braid extensions help to “grow” hair, which in part can be true. While they are certainly a great protective style that helps you retain length, here are 5 Do’s and Don’ts of Braid Extensions to keep in mind: SEE: Box Braid Tutorial 1. Braids don’t “make” or “promote” hair growth instead […]

www.reference.com/beauty-fashion/braids-damage-hair-2056e11c8415a3b7

Braiding can severely damage hair, resulting in breakage, thinning and baldness. According to the MedicineNet website, traction alopecia, a type of baldness, is commonly caused by tight hairstyles like braids and ponytails.

www.byrdie.com/hairstyles-that-cause-damage

We all love our slick ponies and tight braids, but did you know that your adorably chic hairstyle could be hurting your hair? Yes, damaging hairstyles most definitely exist, and you could be causing some serious damage without even knowing it.

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This is murder on the hair follicles and can lead to traction alopecia and even permanent hair loss. This unfortunately happens so often that many women wonder how to braid hair without damaging edges by default, but damage does not have to occur. Signs that your braids are too tight and may need to be removed immediately:

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HOW MY NATURAL HAIR GREW 3 INCHES IN 3 MONTHS AFTER DAMAGE ... 6:13. Box Braid Wash Day Routine | How To Keep Your Braids CLEAN And NEAT ... How to Maintain Box Braids + Grow Your Hair ...

www.bustle.com/articles/137933-9-truths-to-know-before-sleeping-in-braids-to...

Although braiding your hair at night might be an easy fix for wavy hair the next day, there are a lot of truths to know before sleeping in braids. While the idea of waking up to beautiful, bouncy ...

mycurlsuk.wordpress.com/2014/11/24/can-box-braids-damage-your-hair

Like many naturals, I adore box braids and have kept my hair in braids to protect it from the cold winter weather. Whilst braids can be a great protective style, they can also cause damage to your hair. For instance, keeping your hair in braids for several months at a time can cause your hair to…