How to wash your hair??

Step : Firstly you need to remember that you paid good money for these bundles so please take care of them! You can start out with a prepoo you will need 45 minutes to an hour, in all honestly the longer the better. Before you start the wash process which consist of coconut oil, olive oil, avocado oil, or castor oil.

Step 2: While your are at it please make sure that your shampoo is also a great moisturizer because that works best for your bundles/wigs. Also if your bundles/wigs are glued in or they are tape-ins its best to remove them to cleanse them separately. 

Step 3: Be sure that the shampoo you are using is sulfate free! Sulfate can not only cause split ends to form in your hair but it can make your hair look dry and frizzy over time. 

Step 4: Make sure that you use conditioner, when doing so be sure to work it from the roots to the ends of the hair. If you have braids or deep wave curly extensions you should use leave in conditioner I recommend Argon oil products. 

Step 5: Blow drying hair make sure it is dry all the way through. Wet hair extensions will bunch up and cause tangles. The same hair that is tangled can then latch on to your natural hair and pull on that as well. 

Step 6: If your natural hair is braided for a sewin, in order not to develop mildew or any other unpleasant odors you MUST  make sure to follow step five so I know how much we hate the dryer ladies but unless you want bigger problems just follow these rules. 

Now I know not everyone goes to the salon, but if you have a sit under dryer at home that is perfect and less work for those arms! The amount of time is different for everyone just keep in mind the thickness or your hair. And that is is all wet and possibly braided up and cannot breath like it would normally. Don't panic I suggest at least 45 minutes at high temperature to start. Good luck and let us know how it worked out for you! 









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