1. How do I treat my human hair?
• Treat them like your natural hair. Because your extensions are sewn in, you can wash them along with your natural hair in the shower. ...
• Use sulfate-free shampoo. ...
• Use conditioner. ...
• Wash your extensions three to five times a week. ...
• Dry your hair.
2. What can I put on my Brazilian hair for frizz?
• Use alcohol free styling aids, such as mouse, gel, and hairspray in moderation.
• Finger style or use a wide tooth comb to style hair while it is damp.
• Apply the suggested products, allow it to air dry.
• To refresh waves, spray with plain water, leave in conditioner or diluted curl activator.
3. How do you take care of Brazilian body wave hair? There are many ways through which you can take care of your extensions. To maintain them, you will have to treat Brazilian body wave weaves, made out of 100% human hair, like your own natural hair. Wash it with your trusty softening shampoo to make it smell exactly the same as your natural hair.
4. How do you wash hair extensions?
• Brush hair thoroughly prior to washing to remove any knots and/or tangles. ...
• Wet hair as normal.
• Apply conditioner to the extensions prior to washing to help maintain moisture levels. ...
• Apply shampoo (on top of conditioned extensions) and wash gently.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Apply moisturizing conditioner.
5. How often should you wash your virgin hair? To avoid damaging the hair extensions, the cuticles and your scalp, only wash with warm water. Wash the hair gently in a downward motion with your palms, do not scrub or bunch the hair together as this will cause open cuticles to rub against each other causing friction. Rinse between each wash, and wash only 1-2 times.