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Have you ever thought of a way to make extra money Do you have a daughter sister or friend who pays just to get basic cornrows Do you think getting a new skill will make a difference for you as a stylist Do you have passion to braid hair As a braider you do not need a license to braid hair however you will need to know about sanitation Always wash your hands before and after braiding hair in order to prevent infection Whatever your intentions are getting the cornrow technique will empower and inspire you to be more creative with different designs Being in the cosmetology field for over fifteen years I can assure you that knowing the different hair textures facial shapes as well as necessary supplies can lead to mastering the proper cornrow technique resulting in lucrative profits Cornrowing is an AfricanFrench technique of braiding the hair to the scalp Completing the cornrow process requires performing and evaluation of the client and executing the cornrow technique in which the designs can be done in different styles shapes and sizes First knowing the hair texture of your client is very vital The texture can be fine medium or coarse Fine hair is straight and silky to touch Is easy to handle and is the best also very fragile and can break off easily if too much tension is apply It might not need much hair product to prepare the hair before braiding Medium hair is neither soft nor hard Medium hair is the most common type and need to be pressed with a pressing comb to prepare the hair for easy interweaving while braiding Course hair feels hard and rough compared to a horse hair type Straight the hair with a pressing comb or break the hair bond with a moisturizing hair cream chemical before braidingSecondly look at the face shape of your client to help you know what style or design will
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