14 Extraordinary Alopecia Camouflage Cornrows By Braids By Necole



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  1. Miracle Adetayo

    You are extremely talented! What vitamins do you recommend for individuals who suffer with this hair condition?

    1. Leticia 'Choc' Joshua

      I agree also but that doesn’t mean she can’t have a easy protective style for her hair she can still moisturize and oil and everything. She doesn’t have to walk aroud with a bald spot

    2. Thomas Alicia

      ↑↑↑Not necessarily, she may have gotten into her current situation from braids. If you braid it, the hair may fall out faster.

    3. Nikia Monique

      Im pretty sure these women are trying their best to make their hair grow back. But in the mean time why not wear protective tension free hairstyles that’ll make women feel beautiful again. My friend had alopecia and had to get shots of steroids every week. She also wears briads. And now her hair is back to how it was before

  2. Haydie Hoen

    your damm right Latoya Monroe it will pull the hair out more. This is not good for the hair my sisters. Its indeed beautiful but if you don,t want to look like the before picture don, t do it please.

    1. Shirlon Roberson

      That is not true. I’ll inbox you how my hair looks now !!!! Grew all the way back her braids cause no tension period !!

    2. La Toya Kristina Taylor

      It only pulls out the front edges cause that’s the most fragile part of everyones head but if you have thick hair you won’t lose your edges but your hair will grow braiding it.

  3. Jaleesa Jeneen

    She’s the truth! Got mine done two weeks ago and still looks fresh, and she’s not pulling nothing out, you can barely feel her in your head, but haters will hate

  4. Thomas Alicia

    I don’t understand getting more scalp pulling braids to cover up the damage from scalp pulling braids. Mmmmk

    1. Nl ManouBens Be

      Actually the feed in technique used by @braids by necole dont require much hair.
      N if u go check her fbk u can actually see some of her cx’s hair journey

      She actually grow their hair back
      She’s amazingly talented

    2. Veronica Barksdale

      My thoughts exactly. Why continue to damage your hair. Frequent braiding damages your hair and they braid so tight the hair can do nothing but come out. Your hair has elasticity. It’s not elastic.

  5. Jamila Kelly

    It’s very great work, in don’t think anyone is denying it , however it seems counter productive. Why solve the problem when can just hide it? But I guess that goes for any kind of weave on anyone

  6. Fallon Pryce

    This is a amazing. This makes sufferers of alopecia feel beautiful and like a woman again. If only this woman lived in the UK. And for the ignorant people out they it’s not a simple task to just grow your hair if you’ve got alopecia! ! And sometimes you don’t always want to be in a wig!

  7. Vivian Coleman

    Probably those braids are the cause of hair lost. They also started my hair lost along with stress.

  8. Lenora Spencer

    I suffer from scaring alopecia, it’s almost impossible for the hair to grow back, I have a small spot and it’s hard to get certain hairstyles. These styles are beautiful and they help with self confidence. God bless your hands

    1. Sharon Watson

      I have the same thing but it’s called discoid lupus. It started as. Small itch spot, dime size, now 10 years later, it’s the size of a peach. It very difficult for me emotionally. It’s not from braids. Autoimmune disease. How do you test yours?

      1. CJ

        I have discoid lupus as well. Hard to find many others that have it. I had a HUGE bald spot at the top of my head. It has grown in, but it very thin and brittle. I just recently had to get 4 injections in the back of my head because of an active lesion on my scalp. Do you get thise?

  9. Laquayva Anthony

    If this is TRACTION Alopecia, then braiding it up would not be a good idea. Regular Alopecia? I would consult a dermatologist or trichologist first before braiding anything. Good job though.

  10. Imani Ife

    Beautiful! These women’s self confidence must have gone through the roof after.

  11. Esther Wanjiku

    Try not to insert traction on an already damaged hair follicles.. The next time this hair is undone,the baldness will have increased

  12. LaShunda Douglas

    Wow so many negative comments and the pictures display a total transformation on problem hair…. Wow… I think this woman’s work is amazing. My mother suffers from major hair loss due to her past illness. I wish you were closer.. Awesome work!!!

  13. Amber Potter

    Aloevera, coconut oil, lemon juice, olive oil, can grow your hair lots of other things too ..

  14. Veronica Barksdale

    What is being done to treat the alopecia? I lost a lot of my hair due to lupus, I mean to the scalp. No braids needed. Time and patience, hair is longer than its ever been.

  15. Debra Robinson

    Necole braided my hair before and she is not only an excellent braider but I beautiful soul . . .

  16. Terry Kearney

    Hair loss due to genetics and damage are two different things. Damaged hair can be treated while genetics it may never grow back and people need a way they can somewhat let their scalp breathe. It’s no fun wearing wigs all the time esp in the summer. I think this is a great idea. Too much of anything is not good.

  17. Leah

    Why are they getting braided weaves added to the little hair they have?! That is was causing the problem. If they want to grow their hair out , they should shave it all off and thrown on a wig . There is no excuse now because they have box braids wigs now !

  18. shirley

    what kind of braiding hair is that

  19. Pam

    Hi Necole. Do you video your work? Any ideas for braids with sides missing?

  20. Ms. Joy

    You are a genius. So proud of you for making so many people feel beautiful again. Keep up the good work. Your hands are gifted.

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