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How to Safely Take Down Your Weave

take down your weave

Taking your weave down can be a real chore, particularly if you have adjusted to the low maintenance of a sew in; if you do not take them down properly you can cause breakage and lose a lot of hair and length.  Here are our tips for how to safely take down your weave.

Wash and condition your sew in the week before removal.  We recommend washing and conditioning your weave regularly to keep your hair healthy the entire time you are wearing your sew in, but doing it the week before the take down helps eliminate dirt and grime…
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Don’t Cause Damage By Wearing Your Weave Too Long!

wearing your weave too long

One of the problems with wearing quality human hair extensions is that they never look bad if you care for them properly.   Good problem to have, right?  Let me explain – back in the day, with beauty supply store hair, women judged when their weaves needed to be taken out by how it looked.  The hair became stringy or lost its luster, or the shedding and tangling was unbearable.   You will face neither issue while wearing Perfect Locks hair extensions, which means you cannot gauge your weave’s expiration date by how your hair looks.
Sew in weaves will last…
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Tips for Removing Braided Hair Extensions

Braids are beautiful. Whether you prefer tiny microbraids, larger box braids, cornrows, or tree braids, a plaited style can bring out the natural beauty of your face and provide you with a pretty, low-maintenance hairstyle. So when it’s time to take down those braids, you may hesitate…and for good reason! Removing braided hair extensions, especially with smaller braids, can be time consuming and even damaging to your mane, if you don’t know how to do it right. Fortunately, these few tips can help save you hair loss, hassle, and damage while taking down your braided hair extensions.
Tip 1: Rotate…
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