- Heavy hair
When the human hair extensions you bought are worn or used after weeks or months , depending on how they've been worn and treated, they may start having issues like shedding, tangling or getting heavy with oils or build-ups. Before considering to throw them away, try these tips and I guarantee if it’s the real deal human hair, it can bounce back.
OKAY So first things first…..
If you need to cut into a weft it’s important to seal each end with a weft sealer to prevent any major shedding. If your hair extensions are really long, it’s expected to tangle a bit, but using a wide tooth comb and wig brush and combing from the end to the top will comb through tangled hair without much damage being done. Now I know every girl can relate to this part, you install your hair and its full and bouncy and has that natural healthy hair shine but weeks or so it starts to weigh and its heavier than it was when you installed it – bummer right? This problem is actually beyond easy to fix, washing your extensions and conditioning them will bring them right back to life if done properly.
STEP 1: Untangle hair using a wide tooth comb or wig brush
STEP 2: Wash hair in Luke warm water gently lathering the shampoo to remove oils and hair spays
STEP 3: Condition hair from top working your way down to the ends and let it sit for about 10 – 15 minutes
STEP 4: Remove excess water with a clean dry towel and let it air dry .
STEP 5: Once it dries fully, flat iron with a regular cloth-use iron at non-steam mode with heat protection spray (temperature between silk and wool)
My Go To products:
- Pantene Pro- V shampoo & conditioner
- Crème of Nature shine and strength Argan oil leave in conditioner
Did It Work? Yup I know it did, don’t be a stranger, feel free to post your tips