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How to Care for your Virgin Indian Hair
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Virgin Indian Hair is the purest, unprocessed and chemical free type of hair that is available. The cuticles come intact and are free from tangles, which makes it easy to care and style hair. Once you receive your hair that comes in the mail, you will be delighted to discover that it is silky smooth with a little maintenance, and will stay that way with proper hair care. Maintaining natural and gorgeous hair is important. By understanding the proper instruction on how to care for your hair, it will stay in its original condition.
Brush Out Knots
Keeping new extensions combed out properly will keep away knot and tangles. To keep away the knots hold your hair as if it were in a ponytail. Use a brush that is designed for extensions like a loop brush or a wide tooth comb to gently brush through your hair. Following these steps when brushing your hair will eliminate any tangles.
Shampoo and Condition Your Hair Regularly
Quality products without alcohol or other harmful substances should be used to keep your hair in a healthy state. Shampoo and condition your hair with a recommended product line and while showering gently massage conditioner into your hair. Rinse it out with water that is not too hot because extra warm water will cause your luscious locks to dry out. Luke warm water should do the trick. Using products that are also made especially for your hair type are also suggested. Shampoo and condition at least once a week. The more you do this the softer your hair will become.
Drying Your Hair After Washing it
After you are done washing your hair with quality shampoo and conditioner, gently dry your hair by patting it with a towel. If you need to blow dry your hair, blow dry it on low heat. While your extensions are still damp, evenly distribute leave-in conditioner for extra moisture to improve you healthy locks. Every month or two weeks leave-in conditioner is suitable for your extensions. If the conditioner is applied more frequently than that it can build up and that should be prevented by spacing it out appropriately.
The Finishing Touches
Once your hair is dry, you can style it as desired. Don’t implement products like hair spray, gel, or mousse because they will result in split ends and cause harm to its natural silkiness. Instead use natural and organic products that will keep the original state of your gorgeous Indian hair extensions. Finding organic products will also keep the frizz away for hair textures that have more curl such as wavy or curly hair textures.
Learning how to care for your extensions is essential to maintaining its natural beauty. Each texture of hair has its own steps to keep in mind for taking care of different hair types. Learning about texture specific hair care methods will keep your tresses natural, lovely, and healthy.
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