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Published on Oct 1, 2010
Blog: http://Areyaa.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Taren916 So many of you requested that I do a video on how I put the pieces in my hair when it is straightened... I was surprised at the requests being that this is the "natural hair community" and all!! LOL **Joke** ;-p
HOW TO REMOVE HAIR GLUE: Get any oil of your choice or even sheen spray (I prefer sheen spray because you can spray it directly on to the tracks) Apply a GENEROUS amount... I mean ALOT of oil or sheen spray!!!! rub it into the track and let it saturate for a few seconds... Then gently pull the track off.. It should come off with ease...
Now at this point you want to comb the glue out of your hair... Take some more oil or sheen spray and apply generous amounts to the hair where the track once was... rub it in and let it saturate your hair for a few seconds once again.. Then take a fine toothed comb and gently comb from the root down.. all of the glue will slide out with ease trapping into the fine teeth of the comb....
I have been doing this for YEARS and I have never had a bad experience with glue doing it this way. It also isn't a long tedious process either.. When you hear bad experiences, they are usually when ppl are just pulling the non lubricated tracks out of their hair and trying to comb out the non-lubricated glue.... Oil is the way to go!!