Single Braids

Nubian Twist

No Knot

Micro deep wavy

Kinki twist

Frequently Asked Questions:


1. How long does it usually take to complete various styles of braids?
Typically, Cornrows with extensions take an average of 2 hours, depending on design and layers. Individuals with human or synthetic extensions would take between 4-6 hours, and is typically the same for styles like the  Micros and Tree Braids.

2. What is the best way to transition from relaxed hair to natural hair?
1-2 weeks without relaxing to get hair braided.

3. How long does my natural hair need to be to get braids?
At least 3 inches for micros and twist; and 4-6 inches for corn rows.

4. How old does a child need to be to get braids?
At least 4 years old.

5. How long do the braids last?
Usually 3 months for micros and twists; corn-rows 6 to 8 weeks

6. Do I need to bring hair?
It is up to the customer, but we provide hair.

7. What kind of hair do I need to buy?

Style
Hair to Buy
Packs
Cornrows
100% Kanekalon
2-3
Kinky Twists
Afrelle Marley Braid
3-4
Micros
100% Human Hair
2
Single
100% Kanekalon
4-6
Invisible
100% Human Hair
2
Tree Braids
Human Hair/Synethic
2/3-4
Silky Braids
100% Kanekalon
6
Box Braids
100% Kanekalon
4-5
Pixie Braids
100% Kanekalon
3-4
Sew in Weaves
Human Hair or Synethic
2
Baby Bush
Human Hair or Synethic
2

8. Can I shampoo and wash my braids regularly?
There are several products on the market that will enable you to do a dry shampoo in between a regular shampoo. We recommend, No water shampoo.

9. How often should I return for touch-ups?
Normally every 6 weeks.

10. Will hair braiding damage my hair?
NO

11. Does braiding hurt?
Depending on your sensitivity and pain threshold.

12. How do I remove the braids?
We provide that service for a minimal fee.

In addition, most braids can be unwound without cutting the hair. It's easier to get someone to help you remove your braid than to do it yourself. If the braid has a large knot at the end, cut just above it. Then unwind the threads. As you unwind, keep cutting the threads short. Some people find it easier to unwind braids while the hair is wet. If the braid is hard to unwind, this may be because hairs have been wound around the braid with the threads; or if you have very fine, curly hair the hair can become caught around the braid over time and make it difficult to unwind.

Operating Hours
Monday-Saturday 8am to 6pm,
Close Sunday

Call us for an appointment: 678-755-3833 and 770-559-1207
Email address: info@isabellebraids.com or Click Here to fill out a Contact Form