How To Care For Human Hair Weave

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How To Care For Human Hair Weave

Post by alihair » Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:30 am

Human Hair Weave are a wonderful way to add highlights, thickness or simply make your hair longer. While they can improve your look dramatically, if they’re not taken care of properly, they won’t do much for you. These simple tips will help you take the best care of your Remy Hair Bundles so that they will last a long time and you will get your moneys worth.

Be gentle. One of the most important things about bundles with frontal is that you have to baby them. When you are brushing your hair, be gentle. Without the proper treatment, your hair extensions will get damaged quickly.

Wash with moisturizing hair care products. This step is especially important if you are using clip in Remy Hair Bundles because the hair will not get any of the moisture from the natural oils your scalp produces. Moisturizing hair care products will keep your hair healthy. If you are longing for shine, use a serum. Many hair care products that promote shine have a drying affect on hair.

Don’t forget to deep condition. Once a week you want to deep condition your hair extensions. Leave it on the hair for approximately 20 to 30 minutes and rinse. This extra TLC will give your hair an extra moisturizing boost.

Keep those ends trimmed. No matter what you do, your hair extensions will inevitably get split ends. The best way to keep split ends from getting out of control is to regularly trim them. Trim the ends of the hair every 6 to 10 weeks. Keep in mind that you don’t want to trim too much, otherwise you will quickly lose the length of your hair. You can either do it yourself or have a professional trim them.
Use a heat protectant. Nowadays, just about everyone uses heated appliances on their hair. Whether it’s a blow dryer, curling iron or flat iron, they all have one thing in common: they damage your hair. If you want to make your extensions last, your best bet is to use a heat protectant whenever you use a heated appliance on your hair. This simple step will prevent breakage and keep your locks looking great a lot longer.

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Re: How To Care For Human Hair Weave

Post by CarmenJones » Sat Nov 04, 2017 4:20 pm

Thanks for the suggestion. It will be really helpful..

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Re: How To Care For Human Hair Weave

Post by Shirley Xie » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:15 pm

Elesis Virgin Hair has some tips for hair care
1. Brush out your wig or extensions gently before washing. Use a soft-bristled brush to remove any tangles. 

2. Shampoo your extensions. Sweat and dirt cause tangles, so you should wash your hair regularly. 
Slowly wet your hair while taking a shower. Use a mild shampoo and lather your hair in a downward motion. 

3. Wash your wig with a hair cleanser or mild detergent. Gently place your wig in a tub filled with cool water 
and allow the wig to soak for five to ten minutes. Rinse the wig with cool water when finished.
Allow your wig 
to air dry by placing on a mannequin head so it will dry in its natural shape. Do not brush your wig when 
it is wet.  

4.Brush your extensions or wig gently after washing. Using a soft-bristled brush or a wide-tooth comb, 
brush your hair two to three times a day to prevent tangles. 

5. Spray the hair with a leave-in conditioner daily to help prevent tangles. You can also use a de-tangling product or silicon spray to help your hair extensions and wigs stay tangle-free. 
6. Tie your hair extension up when sleeping or exercising to prevent tangles. Wear a swimming cap when swimming. If you have a wig, you should remove it when sleeping, exercising or swimming when possible.

7. Avoid heat, such as curling irons or hair dryers.  Do not blow dry your wig and use heat sparingly on hair extensions. 

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