Brazilian Hair Care Tips

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Brazilian Hair Care Tips

How To Care For Your Brazilian Hair Bundles?

The most important thing to do is have the weave installed professionally. If your human hair bundles are not installed properly, it may become loose earlier than it should or it will tense your natural hair which will cause excessive hair damage and breakage.

Keep chemical processing and heat like curling, flat irons, and other excessive use of heating appliances to a minimum to keep the hair strands strong and supple. If you plan to use an iron on the hair, make sure you apply a thermal protection spray first.

Apply a conditioning treatment and wrap up the bundles in a silk scarf at night before bed. It is also good to braid, twist, or put your extensions in a ponytail before placing the silk scarf on your head before sleeping.

Cleaning Virgin Brazilian Hair bundles

You should clean your scalp and the hair bundles every time you wash your hair. You can wash your hair bundles weekly with a mild shampoo starting with the scalp down to the hair edges. The most important thing is to find a shampoo that is sulfate-free. Wash slowly so that you do not tangle the hair bundles anymore than you have to. Make sure that you washed out the shampoo and conditioner thoroughly so that there is no product build-up which will negatively impact your scalp.

Wide Tooth Comb

It is best to let your hair bundles air dry but if you must towel dry you should use a satin towel. Cotten towels are known to cause frizziness and tangling to hair bundles. They also dry out your natural hair. It is important to pat it dry rather than rub it with a towel if the towel is used. If you have to use a dryer, do so when you absolutely have to because frequent heat will destroy your virgin Brazilian hair bundles. Use a wide tooth comb or a weave brush to carefully comb and style your hair bundles. Work slowly from section to section to avoid tugging or pulling which may lead to breakage. If the bundles or your scalp is dry, apply a light oil or moisturize your scalp as you comb it out.

 

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