Simple low-tension low bun to protect your edges

*The style question was asked by Uzoma from Don’t Touch The Hair blog*

*I think I got the hairstyle inspiration from*

*You can watch the previous video, Growing back my edges #1 – my hair tea mix, by clicking HERE *

My hair tea mix:
I use the tea mix 2 or 3 times a day on my edges.
– Alvita Teas, Organic Rosemary Tea (Caffeine Free)
– Good Nature Teas, Organic Wild Thyme Tea
– Alvita Teas, Organic Ginger Root Tea
– Alvita Teas, Nettle Leaf (Caffeine Free)
– Yogi Tea, Green Tea Pomegranate (Contains Caffeine)
– Bamboo tea
– Now Foods Aloe vera concentrate
– Now Foods Oregano oil
– Eucalyptus oil
– Now Foods peppermint oil
– Chamomile tea
– Hibiscus tea
– Gingko tea

About the author
Dr Fomsky

Nigerian-born Dr Fomsky is a God-lover, a wife, a mom of three, a medical doctor by day. Plus she owns a Nigerian-based online hair product store called Sizzelle.
Dr Fomsky is very passionate about hair, skin and weight management. Since she's had her babies, she's been struggling to keep her weight and her tummy down!
At night, she likes to read books, write blog posts and leave comments on other blogs. She lives in Alberta, Canada and is also the author of Solving your relaxed hair breakage book .
LAST RELAXER DAY: December 15th, 2016
BIG CHOP: January 14th, 2017
Natural Hair, Unknown Porosity, Fine Hair strands, Low to Moderate Density

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3 Comments to Simple low-tension low bun to protect your edges

  1. Nedoux says:

    Hi Dr. F,

    Very elegant style, would look really nice for a formal, classy outing.

    For some reason henna has really helped to thicken up my edges, I still don’t understand the science behind this and I don’t mind at all, lol 😀

    • Dr Fomsky says:

      Yeah it would look nice. Henna thickens hair strands so I’m not surprised it has thickened up your edges.

      • Nedoux says:

        Oh, you are so right!, thicker strands = stronger strands= less breakage.

        If only I can stay away from kinky twists. I find that the longer I have my braids in, the more risk for my edges.

        Thank you for sharing this.

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