How to Wash Brazilian Virgin Hair September 07, 2017 4:58 AM

By : alihair

Women have been using hair extensions for centuries to enhance the natural beauty of their hair. Brazilian Virgin Hair allow you to Hair with different trends and lengths. However, like your real hair, Brazilian Virgin Hair need to be cared for correctly. Without proper cleaning, Brazilian Virgin Hair can accumulate bacteria and cause damage to your natural hair and scalp. With continuous wear, you should clean Brazilian Virgin Hair every three to four days. Your hair will last longer with proper maintenance. This takes a bit more work than caring for your natural hair, but you can easily accommodate this into your beauty routine. 
1. Lightly brush your extensions. Avoid tugging or brushing harshly, as this will pull out hair strands.
2. Wash your Brazilian Virgin Hair with a specially designed synthetic hair shampoo. Use cold water. As an alternative, you may use a mild shampoo such as baby shampoo. Be sure to remove any tangles with a comb before shampooing. Lather the hair gently. Rinse twice.
3. Apply a small amount of diluted fabric softener to add shine and softness. Rinse once. Regular hair conditioner may weigh hair down and add unwanted oil. On the other hand, fabric conditioner promotes softness and silkiness.
4. Air-dry your extensions in a cool, temperature-controlled room or use a hair dryer on a cool setting to dry the strands. Store your hair in a bag to help preserve their quality.
5. Use your fingers or a comb to style your extensions. Apply hair products in moderation. Avoid oil-based products.

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