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It might not be your " real" hair, but you surely want it to look like this. Although your virgin hair extension may not be your own hair, it still requires careful attention and regular maintenance like your " real" hair. And this maintenance is even more important in terms of body, luster, and longevity for your extensions.
Detangling is the first step in a solid extension maintenance system. Before shampooing, always make sure the hair is free from tangles and snares. This process of detachment involves the use of a wide dented comb or a detaching pin and some very gentle combing strokes. You don't want to use a long stroke that leaves the extension from top to bottom. You should rather comb in's
Shampoo should be done at least once a week (depending on texture, suddenness and environmental conditions) and only with warm water. Also, washing extensions with a moisturizing shampoo are best. For best results and less stress on the hair, wash, condition, and rinse in a smooth downward movement, work top-down. And never scrub Virgin Hair bundles
Here, many women care for their virgin hair extensions. But you should not neglect this step, because just as your outer skin needs to moisturize, your hair also needs to be moisturized. Keeping your hair in top shape requires the use of a deep conditioner or hot oil treatment approximately twice a month–especially if your hair has been chemically treated to change color or if you use irons or walls on it. In addition, hair experts recommend that you moisturize two to three times a week with natural oil. Argan oil can be used as a finisher for styling and frizz, and almond or coco oil can be used more deeply by moisturizing.