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What Tools Are Used For Braiding Hair?

What Tools Are Used For Braiding Hair?

Jen Fisher
What Tools Are Used For Braiding Hair_

Here we have list the essential tools used for braiding hair, hope you will love. So lets get started,

Brush with Boar-bristle

Best for scalp stimulation and removal of dirt and lint from locks

Paddle Brush Square

This brush is fantastic for releasing short, textured hair and long, straight hair with tangles, knots, and snarls.

Brush vent

The widely spaced single or double row of pins with protective tips to avoid tearing and breaking the hair.

The broad-tooth comb

Accessible in several forms and designs, with little snarling, these combs ply through hair. The comb teeth vary in width from medium to comprehensive and have long, rounded tips to prevent scraping the scalp. The most important aspect of this comb is the space between the teeth; more generous spacing enables textured hair to pass easily between the teeth rows.

Braiding Hair tools

Comb Double-toothed

Separates the hair as it combs, making it an exceptional wet curly hair detangling comb

Twist/locking comb

This tool is a #55 barber comb with one side with a smaller pointed tooth and the other end with a large diameter.

Comb of Tail

For style separation, sectioning large segments of hair, and opening and removing braids, a tail comb is excellent.

Comb finishing

The length is generally 8 to 10 inches and fits well on delicate or straight hair.

Comb cutting

For cutting small pieces, this tool is used. Only after the hair is softened and elongated with a blowdryer should it be used.

With rounded teeth

A useful tool to raise and separate textured hair

Blow-dryer with attachment to comb nozzle

In textured hair, a comb nozzle loosens the curl pattern for braiding styles and dries, stretches, and softens textured hair.

Diffusers

Dries the hair without interrupting the curl pattern enhancement and finishes the look without dehydrating the hair.

Scissors 5-inch

This tool is used to create shapes and finished appearances and to trim bangs and excess extension material.

Long clips, long clips

These are used to separate hair into broad sections.

Butterfly and Tiny Clips

You can use these clips to divide the hair into large or small pieces.

Hood dryer

To remove excess moisture before blow-drying hair, use a hood dryer to remove fully dry finished braided or locked and textured designs.

Steamer

It is used to hydrate deeply, moisturize, and water vapor condition the hair; infuses water hydration, opens the hair shaft’s cuticle layer, and allows nourishing protein conditioners and botanical oils to penetrate deeply into the cortex layer.

Small rubber bands, transparent elastic bands, or string

We can use these to protect the ends.

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Fibers for extension

Kanekalon, nylon, rayon, human hair yarn, lin and yak thread of different kinds,

Hackle

A hackle is a board of delicate, upright nails through which extensions of human hair are combed; they are used to unravel or mix colors & highlights.

Board for drawing

Flat leather pads with very similar, fine teeth are drawing boards that sandwich human hair extensions.

Human hair

The gold standard for hair extensions is human hair.

From Kanekalon

A high quality, processed, synthetic fiber

Synthetic Nylon or Rayon

This substance is less costly than many other synthetics and is available in different characteristics, reflects light, and leaves hair very shiny.

Yarn

Traditional yarn used for making sweaters and hats is now used to decorate hair.

Lin

This lovely wool fiber imported from Africa has a matte finish and is only available in black and brown.

Yak

This rugged fiber comes from the domestic ox that is found in the Tibetan and Central Asian mountains.

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