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Old 10-19-2019, 02:03 AM
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Good maintenance of your hair is essential - it determines how long it will last. Hair weaves and bundles are welcomed by many celebrities because they give women fuller and thicker looking hair.Brazilian Hair are gorgeous and natural looking as well as smooth and shinny so that you look great. You should take good care of your hair bundles to ensure they have long lifespan and no damage to your own natural hair. Here are some tips that you can do to care for your Brazilian Curly Hair .

Hereís how to maintenance your Brazilian hair weave:

To take care of your Brazilian hair weave bundles, the most important thing to do is have the weave applied professionally. To apply your hair bundles properly, it will be easy to care for and looks wonderful. If your Full Lace Front Wigs is not applied properly, it may come out earlier than it should or it will tense your natural hair which will cause excessive hair damage and breakage.

Brush your hair twice a day, starting at the tips. When brushing, hold your hair in the middle. Gently and slowly brush out the tangles at the ends, working your way up to the top of your head. Donít brush vigorously as this will cause the hair to shed. A detangling brush or wide-toothed comb may be used to brush out severe tangles.

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.

Always brush your hair before washing it.Gently wash your hair in warm water with sulphate-free shampoo, taking care not to scrunch the hair as this will cause tangling. If you have used a lot of product on your hair and itís not attached to your head, leave it to soak for 10 minutes.Rinse your hair with warm water.Apply sulphate-free conditioner, remembering not to scrunch the hair.Rinse the conditioner out thoroughly under warm water.

Dry your Brazilian hair bundles using a thick towel. To pat it dry rather than rub it.If you have to use a dryer, do so when you absolutely have to as frequent heat will destroy virgin Brazilian hair bundles. Use a wide toothed 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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