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hula

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Hi can someone please help me. I will be fitting my first set of nano rings soon which I feel confident in doing. However as I have no previous experience I would like to know how much natural hair is normal to have shed after the first rotation. I will be rotating after 4 weeks to start. I know that natural hair will fall out and stay trapped in the bead but i dont know how much to expect. Maybe someone has a photo of all the natural hair shed from a full rotation so when I do mine I can roughly compare. Thanks
 

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Hi Hula, I really wouldn't worry about hair loss in the beads, everyone's hair sheds differently depending on the person and hair types. Just concentrate on having enough hair in the bead to support the weight of individual strands to last until you see them for maintenance, that you don't up them to near the scalp and don't have any crossed hairs trapped. Just explain to your client that the trapped hair is normal as people can loose up to 100 hairs a day! My hair is long and it gets everywhere!!! I moult more than my dog🤣 Good luck with your first nano set. Take before, after and placement pics so you have a record of your work. Hth.
 

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Hi Hula, I really wouldn't worry about hair loss in the beads, everyone's hair sheds differently depending on the person and hair types. Just concentrate on having enough hair in the bead to support the weight of individual strands to last until you see them for maintenance, that you don't up them to near the scalp and don't have any crossed hairs trapped. Just explain to your client that the trapped hair is normal as people can loose up to 100 hairs a day! My hair is long and it gets everywhere!!! I moult more than my dog🤣 Good luck with your first nano set. Take before, after and placement pics so you have a record of your work. Hth.
Thanks for your advice.
Hi Hula, I really wouldn't worry about hair loss in the beads, everyone's hair sheds differently depending on the person and hair types. Just concentrate on having enough hair in the bead to support the weight of individual strands to last until you see them for maintenance, that you don't up them to near the scalp and don't have any crossed hairs trapped. Just explain to your client that the trapped hair is normal as people can loose up to 100 hairs a day! My hair is long and it gets everywhere!!! I moult more than my dog🤣 Good luck with your first nano set. Take before, after and placement pics so you have a record of your work. Hth.
Hi thankyou so much for replying and thanks for your advice it's much appreciated
 

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