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2 use a moisturizing conditioner with lightweight, essential oils. Oils like grape seed oil, are more easily absorbed by hair than products like lanolin, which will only clog and weigh hair down. Lightweight oils will moisturize your hair and make it shiny, but they won’t weight it down.
3 don’t use products that contain silicones and sulfates. Silicones are great for making hair nice and smooth, but they can only be removed with sulfates, a harsh cleaning agent that leads to dry hair, if you don’t remove the
silicones from your hair properly, your hair will get too much build-up, and end up looking dull, greasy, and lanky.
4 consider using products with ‘organic’ ingredients over products with ‘natural’ ingredients. Organic products are strictly regulated from farming to harvesting. This means that ingredients such as avocado, coconut, and shea were frown without the use of toxic chemicals, antibiotics, and pesticides that are harmful to humans and animals, these toxic chemicals can potentially harm your hair.
1 Sleep on a satin or silk pillowcase to prevent frizz, breakage, and dryness. This way, your hair can stay healthy and won’t break or tear. Cotton pillowcases tend to snag hair and creat tiny rips and tears. They also tend to suck the moisture out of your hair, which can make it even more frizzy and brittle.
2 Moisturize the ends of your hair. You can use a moisturizing serum, or you can use a natural oil, such as coconut oil, castor oil, or olive oil. This will help prevent your hair from getting dry, snagging on things, and breaking. It will also help prevent split or damaged ends.
3 apply some oil to natural hair every day and straightened/relaxed hair twice a week. Looking for products that contain natural oils, such as almond, argan, coconut, and jojoba, you can slao just use natural oils straight from the bottle instead. Skip products with petrolatum, lanolin, and mineral oils. They will only dry your hair out and stop moisture from penetrating the shaft.
4 try a protein treatment. Protein will make your hair less prone to breakage and over-moisturizing. Your hair will be a lot shinier too. Be careful not to overuse protein in your hair, otherwise it will start to snap off. You can use a short-bought treatment or try your hand at making a DIY hair mask at home.
5 use a hot oil treatment twice a month to add moisture and elasticity to your hair. Heat 1/2 to a cup (120 to 240 milliliters) of oil in a double-boiler or a jar in a pot of hot water. Part your hair into several sections, then use an applicator bottle to apply the oil. Massage the oil into your hair and scalp, then cover your hair with a shower cap for 30 minutes. Once the time is up, wash your hair as usual with shampoo.
6 Trim your split ends as soon as possible. Even healthy hair is prone to getting split ends, so be sure to check your hair for them regularly. The longer you leave them unchecked, the further the damage will creep up the hair shaft. Don’t reply on ‘split end mending’ serums, at they are only temporary fixes; they are not permanent and will not mend your split ends.
Q:Will it shedding and tangle?
A:Shedding: A few strands initial shedding of new hair is normal. We always suggest customer seal weft before installing and brushing it with wide-tooth comb.
Excessive shedding will cause by weft cutting or dryness. Please always seal the ends if you cut weft for installation and keep it moisturized.
Tangle: Usually, our hair will not tangle because it is cuticle intact human hair. However, dryness, oil&dirt build-up, salt water or not combing out daily will lead to tangle and shedding. Please follow hair care instruction and use good shampoo &conditioner to wash hair twice a week.
Q:Can I dye it to other color and make other style?
A: Yes, our hairs are 100% human hairs can be dyed, bleached and permed. However, frequently dyed and permed will do harm on hairs, even destroy hairs. Please do not do this frequently.
Q:Why there are short hairs on the weft?
A:When hairs cut from donors ,it is a bundle of long hairs and no weft. A length of hairs need to be fold for sewing weft.
That is why there are short hairs by one side. Please don't worry about this, it will not impact hair looking, and will not influence on hair using and quality.
Q: Is every strand of hair the same length?
A:Our hair is 100% human hair, cutting from young donors. As our own hairs, real human hair is not possible to grow the exact same length of every single strand. That is why human hair ends are always thinner than the top. Please fully understand and consider before placing order.
Q:How to measure hair length?
A:For wavy hair, please stretch it to straight, then make the measurement.