Buy a tree branch as a perch with various shapes and textures. Include artificial twigs and some natural tree branches as a variation. This branch helps sharpening the claws and the bird’s beak so you do not have to bother. Just make sure to scrub the natural tree branch thoroughly before using it, and do not use any cleaning products because these products contain toxic materials for birds.
Put the feed and toys in various places around the cage every day. In this way, the need for birds to move will be fulfilled because the bird must move while looking for food. You can also slip food in the cage bars, hide them in toys and hang food on top or sides of the cage. All of these things will help satisfy the bird’s search instinct and as a form of mental stimulation.
Make birds accustomed to hold. Hold and coax birds regularly. The more you hold it, the more excited your bird sees you and the bird may greet you with whistling, chirping, and singing. By often holding it, you can check bird health more easily and the bird will be more comfortable with your presence.
Birds will often adapt to nesting in a birdhouse
Prepare your hair. Because it looks like you will have cornrows-style hair over the next few weeks, you want to make sure to start with a clean, well-conditioned hair. Wash your hair with regular shampoo, and then use conditioner to soften it. Then you will also need hair oil for some parts as you braid, to make your hair soft, curly, and easy to set and shape.
Determine which parts later. Cornrows can be braided from any direction, so it is important to determine which parts before you start braiding. The two most common styles are to form a straight line following your hairline straight back to the nape of your neck, or braided in a circular shape around your head from the middle direction. You will need a densely toothed comb to divide your Hair into the pattern you want, and to separate your hair into a ready-to-braid strand.
Share your hair. Fill the spray bottle with water and a little olive oil, and shake it flat. Then, spray into strands of hair that you are working on. Use a comb to separate these hairs into lines down to the bottom of your head. The smaller the part, the smaller the braid; the bigger the part, the bigger the braid. Use a butterfly clip to hold the rest of your hair away from your face.
African hair braiding easy step by step tutorial