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Chocolate Brides: Hair Question

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Quick question:

How do you plan to style your hair for your wedding? Will you have it done before you travel? (braids, sew in, weave) Or do you plan to make an appt with the stylist on staff at the resort? Just wondering!

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Hey Diva,

I made an apt with the Salon at the resort. BUT...we are getting married in the DR and those ladies definitely know how to do "chocolate" hair.

My regular stylist will be some tracks in my hair before I leave. The style I chose needs more length than I have.

I plan to get them put in the weekned before I leave.

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Hey Diva,

 

I am not sure I am debating between having a style similar to what you post with a flower or go with microbraids. I am not sure, thank God I have time to think about what I want.

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Thats the problem, Im going to have to find a darn good stylist to get the sewin right for that style. My hair might just be out in the top and around the edges so it can be pulled up easily.

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If you want to spend the $$$ you could do a lace front...I considered it seriously... but did not want to spend the dollars and only wear it once...

Maybe you could have the front and back out and the middle breaded and weaved there.

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Hey Diva,

I am not sure I am debating between having a style similar to what you post with a flower or go with microbraids. I am not sure, thank God I have time to think about what I want.
I thought about getting the invisible braids done again, but you have to have shorter hair for it to look right. Heres a picture of the invisibles.

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If you want to spend the $$$ you could do a lace front...I considered it seriously... but did not want to spend the dollars and only wear it once...
Maybe you could have the front and back out and the middle breaded and weaved there.
I thought about it and a stylist even suggested it, but I dont think I could wear a wig....I would be soo hot, and then I also plan to have a ttd session involving water, not sure how that would work out.

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