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Jamie Morris
Jamie Morris • 1 year ago

I maintain length by twisting my hair and leaving them in 2 -3 weeks at a time. I only trim my hair once or twice a year and I straighten it before i get it trimmed. When I start to get lazy, I get protective styles in my hair like yarn braids, sew-ins and use half wigs. As far as moisture, in the morning, I will spray with my conditioner and water mix or use my Shea Moisture Hibiscus spray.

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