Life is too short to have boring hair!

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A woman’s hair is a symbol of femininity, identity and beauty. It’s no wonder women feel like their hair is a “crowning glory”. There is deep personal relationship between hair and self-esteem is evident throughout history and philosophy. We often see our hair as a reflection of our identity because it is both personal and public. Many women feel that a bad hair day equals a bad day: when a woman’s hair is too fine, frizzy, dry, turning grey, splitting or falling out, her self-esteem is affected.

If you have the bad hair blues, then braids may be for you because they are a great protective hairstyle. Because braids are are fairly low maintenance, they’re a great everyday hairstyle or for going on that Caribbean vacation. There are so many braid styles that you can create, it’s always possible to have that exclusive braid style that keeps heads turning. Crochet hair has made getting braid hairstyles easier than ever. There’s an abundance of choices in crochet braid styles today, from wavy faux locs to water waves to all different kinds of box braids.

At Divatress you’ll find an amazing selection of braids that you’re sure to love. No matter your taste, you’ll find the braids that match your personal style or personality.

A diva is a goddess or queen. ‘Tress’ is a lock of hair. The founders of Divatress selected this name to signify beauty through hair. Sometimes, even divas have a bad hair day and Divatress offers a wide range of wig brands and pricing options will help you accomplish whatever look and style you have in mind.

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