How To Wash Peruvian Hair Extensions?

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How To Wash Peruvian Hair Extensions?

Postby alihair on Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:08 am

Brazilian Hair are a commonly used way of increasing one’s hair length and lustre. A Peruvian hair weave is one among the popular and most sought out hair extensions in the market. A weave definitely adds to the beauty of your hair. But, at the same time, it is imperative that you wash it regularly to sustain its shiny look.

These are the steps you can follow to clean your Peruvian Hair extensions:

1.Untangle the hair
Hair weaves often tangle themselves into thick strands. The first step to cleaning involves solving all the snares in your weave. Use a brush, comb or fingers to gently detangle the weave. It is advised to begin the comb/brush’s movement from the top roots to the Human Hair Bundles. Looper brushes are preferred for this process.

2.Rince your hair with warm water
Gently wet your hair extension with warm water. This step does not involve washing the hair weave. You only need to rinse it once in order to apply shampoo. During this process, use your comb or brush again to keep the weave from tangling.

3.Apply shampoo
The next step is to add a sulphate-free shampoo to the hair extensions. Do not rub it in circular motions to avoid tangling. The right way of doing it is to gently rub the shampoo from top to bottom. You should strictly avoid scrubbing.

4.Wash the shampoo
After you are done applying the shampoo, rinse it with warm water again. Carry out this step taking strands of hair to clean it better.

5.Drying the weave
One of the most crucial steps in this process is drying the hair extension. If any strand of the weave is left wet, then it has the chances of getting spoiled. You have to make sure that the entire weave is dried. You can do this by either using a fan or a hairdryer. The latter runs the risk of damage due to high heat exposure. Hooded dryers are recommended.

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