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How Long Should I Keep In A Sew In Weave

Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter authorof the book the natural hair Bible and founder of howtoblackhair and for these specialtutorials I love to answer all of the questions you all send me via email so any of you haveany questions you will like for me to answer be sure to check out the description box belowfor additional information to get right on into the tutorial in this tutorial was inspiredby an email I received from Sharon, Sharon emailed me because she wants to know how longis too long to keep a sewin install she has a very busy and hectic life right now so shecan get her hair done infrequent as possible that will be best so Sharon I'm glad yousent you the email and I know a lot of you

watching always wonder how long should I keepmy sewin installed or even for other style like box braids and Senegalese twist and soon so this information will also apply to other hairstyle well but for the specifictutorial I will be focusing on Sharon and her sewin so the first thing I want to tell youSharon is that you don't want to keep your sewin installed anymore longer than 2 to 3months the reason why is because you are shedding a lot of hair in that time frame typicallyspeaking you are going to be shedding anywhere from 80 to 100 hairs a day now add all thosedays up in the span of 2 to 3 months you have a lot of shed hair the shed hair also doesn'thave anywhere to go because is contained in

your braids or twists so all that hair isstaying very close to your roots and that leads to matting so if you can redo your hairmaybe even a month to two months that would be great but I highly suggest that you don'texceed anywhere over three months also threemonth is that one time that you really dont wantto push anymore longer than that because anymore longer than is typically the time that ittakes for someone's locks to form when you are doing locks or your locking your hairyou will notice that as time progresses all the shed hairs being gathered together andpalm rolled together will eventually turn into a very sturdy lock your hair will becomevery tight within that lock and that's why

that timeframe of 2 to 3 months is the bestwhen you are wearing a sew in and anything longer than that will lead to a lot of mattingthe second thing that I want you to keep in mind is that if you want to be leaving yourinstall in for a long time you have to be adamant about how you are doing your regimenwhat I mean by that is you have to be making sure that you are shampooing your hair andscalp that your conditioning your hair and that your sealing your hair was some typeof oil also you want to make sure that you are thoroughly drying your hair as well onmy channel here I have done a lot of tutorials about how to take care of your hair in installslike sewin and box braids and Senegalese twists

so even though specifically talking aboutSharon so when the same information will apply to other hairstyles as well as stated or asI've always stated in different tutorials for taking care of yur sew in you want to makesure that you have all of your products involved with your regimen so the same products thatyou use when taking care of your hair without extensions is the same products that you wantto use when wearing extensions so you have your shampoo conditioner deep conditioningand you also have a leave and in your oil of choice make sure that all of your productsare at a watery consistency to effectively put it onto your hair and scalp cleanse yourhair and condition your hair and so they can

give you the ease of rinsing out all of yourproducts so because you are going to be keeping their someone installed for as long as possibleyou have to have to keep up with make sure that your hair is healthy or you are goingto have a lot of dandruff problems you may even have some mold issues or mildew issuesif you're not getting the moisture out effectively enough and that ultimately leads to breakageand hair damage so my last tip that I want to give you when you are caring for your hairwith your sewin is that even though you going to be leaving it in for an extended periodof time every time you get your so and reinstalled redone make sure your braid pattern is differentso the way that I typically do my braid pattern

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