We have started to see French braided hair, which is shaped by thinly braiding and lengthening with the addition of synthetic hair, more often. Of course, as the number of people who want to have a French braid increased, the myths about this method also became widespread! Here are the misconceptions about the French braid from the language of the users:
1. “The French braid is very damaging to the hair.”
This myth is one of the most common misconceptions. The French braid does not cause any harm to the hair, and we can even say that it relaxes and benefits the hair, as it saves the hair from applying things such as gel, mousse, and the need for heat styling. The fact that it is included in the ‘protecting styles’ category is one of the best explanatory examples of this. In addition, if you have oily hair that you have to wash all the time, your oily hair problem will slowly disappear, as you do not have to wash your hair all the time.
2. “How do you wash that hair? It can’t be cleaned!”
French braided hair can be washed just like your natural hair. When you wash your hair by breaking it into pieces using a normal shampoo, it will be as clean as your old hair. In addition, it is obvious that it is a more economical solution as it does not require the use of extra conditioner, hair mask and similar products!