How To Wash
Washing Clip-in Extensions
1.Remove your extensions. Clip-in extensions are easy to both apply and remove, so washing them is much easier. Makesure your clip-in hair extensions are removed before showering or swimming. Because the metal used in the clips can get rusty or damaged by water.
2. Add some moisturizer on your hair and remove the tangles in your extensions. Just like your natural hair, you should detangle extensions before washing them. Comb the tangles gently with a wide-tooth comb. If you cannot remove the tangles in the dry extension dry, try moistening the hair with detangling spray .
3．Prepare some warm water in a pot. Pour some clean and warm water in the pot. Avoid using hot water, as this can damage your extensions. However, keep in mind that too-hot water will damage the hair extensions and too-cold water won’t effectively rinse the grime and shampoo from the extensions.
4.Soak the hair extension. Hold the extension by the clip and wet the hair. Avoid getting water on the clip. Run a wide-tooth comb through the hair to make sure it has been evenly wetted
5. Add an appropriate amount of shampoo. Shampoo selection is very important. You should select gentle, high quality shampoo. Wash the hair extensions from the top down while gently working the shampoo into the strands, the hair extension is dryer and more delicate than your natural hair. During this time, avoid creating some tangles.
6.Rinse your hair extension thoroughly. Gently squeeze the extension from top down while submerged. Then, delicately run the extension under warm water from the faucet.
7. apply a mount of conditioner on your hair extension. Don’t use too much. Use a light-weight moisturizing conditioner. After a while, rinse it again in warm water. Wrap your hair in a towel and gently press the excess water out.
8.Make the hair extension to air dry. Comb through the extensions and hang up your hair extensions to air dry. Don’t dry yourhair extensions, because it will make the hair drier.
Washing a Weave
1 Add some moisturizer in your hair extensions. This will provide the moisturizing oils produced by your scalp and stop the hair extension from being drier.
2.Clean le your hair and scalp. Spray your scalp with water mixed with apple cider vinegar to remove built-up hair products and prevent dandruff. Once a month should be enough to keep your scalp healthy.
3.Shampoo your hair. Pick deep-moisturizing and mild shampoo to treat your weave Wet your hair thoroughly and apply the shampoo evenly. Massage the shampoo into your roots gentlely. Rinse with warm water in the shower or using a sink or wash basin.
5. Apply a mount of conditioner on your weave. Keep it for 15-20 minutes before rinsing thoroughly with warm water.
6.Dry your hair. Either allow your hair to air dry or sit under a hooded dryer. You may also use a blow dryer, but this may damage your weave. Focus drying your roots. Make sure your natural hair and the portion of your weave attached to it dry out completely. Damp hair under a weave can cause mildew or even a bacterial infection.