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