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How to Take care of Braziliann Virgin Hair Extensions with Hair Oil?


How to Take care of Braziliann Virgin Hair Extensions with Hair Oil?
There is a popular saying that looking good makes good business. The state of your hair will always have a positive or negative effect on your general appearance. When it comes to maintaining your Brazilian virgin hair extensions, moisture should be foremost on your mind. Properly moisturized hair is sure to be stress-free when it comes to styling, plus it leaves your hair looking vibrant and with a dash of shine.
This principle also applies to natural hair growing out of your scalp. Virgin hair extensions are incapable of benefiting from any nutrient or moisture flowing from the scalp to your natural hair and therefore needs an extra boost when it comes to moisturizing. When moisturizing your Brazilian Hair Weave, one of the best moisturizing agents is the hair oil.
Below is a discussion of how to take care of your virgin Brazilian hair weave with hair oil.
Wash And Deep Condition The Hair
The first step in moisturizing is to wash and deep condition the hair. Deep conditioning can be achieved by richly applying conditioner to your hair and then letting it sit in a plastic bag through the night, or you can place your hair in a plastic bag and into the microwave. Let it heat for one minute before rinsing out the conditioner and letting the hair air dry.Another pointer is to ensure that you apply to your hair a moisturizing anti-breakage product.
Generously Apply Your Hair Oil
When applying your hair oil to your virgin hair, squirt the product unto your hands, rub them together and apply to your hair with your fingers spread apart. The benefit of applying with your fingers is the fact that your fingers are way more sensitive than a hairbrush and do not possess any form of harshness. Also in using your fingers, you will effectively work the oil into your hair and at the same time feel and get rid of any tangles. Remember to massage the oil into the hair beginning from the roots and carefully working your way down to the tip.
Lightly Brush Through Your Hair
Brush through your hair with a paddle brush, but remember to do this lightly. You donĂ¢€™t want to create a mess and end up with breakage from tangles. When brushing, begin from the tips and find your way gradually to the root. However, while focusing on being gentle, you need to have the job done evenly.
When it comes to Brazilian virgin hair extensions, remember not to brush regularly. Some may be of the opinion that the more their virgin hair is brushed, the better looking it would be and the longer it would last. The reverse is, however, the case. Brushing quite often can do some harm to the natural curl pattern.
After following these three steps, your Brazilian hair weave is at its best. You can then proceed to style and step out with a feeling of confidence and absolute beauty.
 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. I don't have extensions but found this post really interesting to read. Never knew you would have to look after extensions. Great article!

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