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Tips for healthy hair

Last updated Sep 27, 2023

We have to admit that healthy hair is generally happy hair. With hair that has a solid integrity, you don't have to put in much more effort than a hair flip to make it look good. From managing your coloring schedule to watching the chemicals you're allowing to bypass your hair shaft's barrier, there are plenty of things you can do to get best hair weave extensions. Here are some suggestions.

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Get it wet less often.

Water makes hair swell from the inside, which forces the cuticle up. When that happens over and over again, you get frizz and breakage.You've gotta do you here, but just remember that you likely need to wash your hair less than you think.The more you can go natural, the better.

Use Conditioner after Every Shampoo.

Unless you use a "2-in-1" shampoo, which cleans and conditions hair. Using a conditioner can significantly improve the look of damaged or weathered hair by increasing shine, decreasing static electricity, improving strength and offering some protection from harmful UV rays.

Avoid Using Heat on Your Hair.

Heat further strips the moisture content from your hair making it dry and frizzy. When overused, it can also burn your hair. Use iron/curl, straighteners only if necessary and remember to use a hair protectant before!

Protect hair when swimming.

Protect your hair weave bundles from the damaging effects of chlorine by wetting and conditioning your hair before swimming. Wear a tight-fitting swim cap and use a specially formulated swimmers shampoo and deep conditioner after swimming to replace lost moisture.

Don’t Skip your Trim.

Lots of people skip trims to avoid sacrificing length but trims actually help to increase hair growth since damaged ends lead to breakage and split ends.If you want to grow your hair out fast, without sacrificing length during each trim, ask your stylist for a dusting (so as little as possible is taken off) versus a trim.

Small Changes.

If you're not ready to make a drastic change, baby steps are the way to go. Take a few days a week off from heat, deep condition your Remy virgin hair every once in a while to avoid dryness, and do an audit of all your products so you can start to swap things out when you’re ready. Your hair will thank you!

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