Hairdresser Tightly Braids Kid’s Extremely Short Hair Using Needle and Wool, TikTok Video Gets 14.6M Views
- A hairdresser on TikTok went viral after showing her braiding method that she uses for kids at her salon
- Online users were divided about what the braider was doing to the little girl's head as the hairstyle looked tight
- The comments were filled with people either praising or slamming her braiding skills and the TikTokker came to her own defence
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A video of a hairdresser at work went viral. People were taken aback by her braiding techniques, which includes a needle.
Some online users were further horrified by the length of the hair she was braiding. Many peeps accused her of hurting the child in the video, but the hairdresser disagreed.
TikTok hairdresser's braiding technique on little girl's hair goes viral
A hairdresser, @the.moisture.factory, showed people that she can braid very short hair. The lady was using wool to aid in her braiding. The video shows how she uses a large needle to thread the wool through the hair to create braids. Watch the full clip below:
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People react to TikTok showing braider doing young girl's braids
Online users could see that the technique pulls tightly onto the hair. Many people were not convinced and called out the braider, who countered that her technique is safe for kids.
People in the comments were divided between reviews of services and goods appraisers. The hairdresser also posted another video showing a little girl happily playing on the phone while getting her hair done.
"I’ve done my hair here numerous times and they’re very gentle, especially with natural hair."
Slee Ndwandwe commented:
"These kiddies salons are the best hey. They saved me from my daughter's lack of hair and constant crying to have her hair done."
El Chorizon 13 argued:
"That’s why you have bald spots, just let it be natural."
"Poor baby, she is hurting."
"That look like it hurt."
"You’re gathering her thoughts."
"I'm in pain watching."
Angel Ndimande commented:
"Try to be more gentle, especially at the front."
Lawyers with locs claps back at troll saying hairstyle isn't for pros, SA stans
Meanwhile, popular South African website Briefly News previously reported that one lawyer who rocks locs responded to someone who was shunning the hairstyle. A netizen tweeted that they couldn't imagine corporate professions having someone who rocks dreadlocks.
A woman came across the tweet and decided to respond. The picture she posted of herself in locs was a hit with many people
A woman, @charmainesiqoza, who is a lawyer showed people that locs are a professional hairstyle. She posted her selfie after a Twitter user threw shade at lawyers, doctors and engineers with dreadlocks.
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