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How to Care for Human Hair weavingHuman Hair Weave is a g...

Posted on the 08 July 2019 by Kriyya
How to care for human hair weavingHuman hair weave is a great way to create new styles because it not only increases the length of natural hair but more importantly, it creates a fluffy feel for your natural hair and adds personal charm. Choosing the weaving that suits you depends on many factors: for example, how long you want it to last, the length and number of volumes you want to achieve. I have summarized a number of styles of weaving: for example, Virgin Brazilian Hair, Virgin Indian Hair, Virgin Peruvian Hair, Virgin Malaysian Hair, etc. Choose the person that suits you and weave it.It is very important to learn how to take care of human hair weave. It is mainly divided into the following steps.How to care for human hair weavingHuman hair weave is a g...ShampooWhether you are wearing natural or synthetic fabrics, it requires more careful care than your own hair because it lacks the natural oils from your scalp. Every 7 to 14 days (depending on whether you exercise and/or sweat a lot), first moisten your hair with warm water and use a mild shampoo. Add a dime-sized shampoo on your palm and rub it with your fingers onto the scalp. Make sure the shampoo is slippery - don't rub your hair. Do not invert the head while washing as this will permanently wrap the fabric. Scrubbing or combing your hair can also tangle it; avoid friction whenever you have an extension. Rinse well and let the fabric dry thoroughly.How to care for human hair weavingHuman hair weave is a g...CombingJust because the hair doesn't grow from the scalp, you still need to use the appropriate combing technique when combing your braid. Start at both ends and walk all the way to the root of the track. This will increase the life and reduce the amount of weaving because the pressure is reduced to the track by combing your way.dryIt is best to let you dry and we recommend that you leave it at least 1 to 2 hours under the dryer to ensure that your entire hair is dry (even if it is a tweezer). If your throat is not dry, you may leave a bad musty on your hair and an ugly shape that will definitely damage your hair.How to care for human hair weavingHuman hair weave is a g...SterilizationVinegar, tea tree and grapefruit seed oil: Due to the lack of air circulation during weaving, this creates a moist environment and makes it easier to create breeding grounds for bacteria and other bacteria. Vinegar, tea tree or grapefruit seed oil is a natural fungicide. Applying these oils to the scalp while wearing woven fabric can immediately reduce or prevent molding problems. Vinegar oil can have a very offensive or unpleasant odor, but it can kill mold within a few hours without diluting it.NursingApply a leave-in conditioner to the woven, and natural to your hair, after each shampoo. A dime-sized product should suffice. Massage with your fingers and gently apply. To be refreshed at these intermediate times, you don't have to clean again, just apply the leave-in conditioner to the dry braid. Avoid using oil as they can make the braided hair heavier and cause tangles and matting. If the hair is tarnished, especially after a few washes, you can use a small amount of argan oil.go to bedThis is the best way to protect your hair at night. We actually recommend that you use satin scarves and pillows at the same time (absolutely those who wake up on the floor with a scarf). These satin items help keep your hair hydrated, keeping your hair soft, silky and laid.

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