Whether its clip-ins, sew-ins, bundles, or glued tracks- hair extensions are one of the prized possessions of every woman.
The reason for this is not far-fetched as hair extensions have been known to help lots of women look gorgeously beautiful.
In addition to beauty, bundles, sew-in, and other hair extensions are quite flexible to work with, unlike our natural hair. They can be styled into different styles, hereby giving us different looks, which also helps in boosting our aura and morale as women.
While our clip-ins, glued tracks, and other hair extensions come in handy when we need them, there are possibilities that these hair extensions can go bad and unhealthy when they are not adequately taken care of or preserved.
Because all women really love their hair extensions, coupled with the financial investment they have made on them, this article is aimed to help enlighten and walk women through the different ways of taking care of their hair extensions. Thereby preserving them for a very long time.
Ways Of Keeping Your Hair Extensions Healthy For A Long Time.
1. Wash them regularly.
Regardless of the type of hair extensions (clip-ins, glued tracks, sew-ins or bundles), every woman needs to wash her hair extensions as regularly as possible.
When washing, use of a sulfate- free moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. This keeps your hair extensions clean, healthy, fluffy, bouncing, shiny.
After washing, allow them to get dry naturally or towel dry them. Finally comb or brush them to straighten the strands.
2. Apply essential hair oils.
Just like our natural hair, our hair extensions also crave essential hair oils.
These vital oils help to nourish the hair extensions, keep them soft and fluffy, keep them moisturized, repair damaged strands, keep them untangled, and prevent the strands from falling off.
Examples of oil that can work for your glued tracks, sew-ins, bundles, clip-in, and other hair extensions include Jojoba oil, Coconut oil, Olive oil, Argan oil, Rosemary oil, Castor oil, Avocado oil, and Almond oil. *Please note: Using too much oil will cause your extensions to become greasy. Use less than a dime size of oil*
3. Make use of heat/sun protector.
Applying heat protector to your hair extensions will keep them moisturized when exposed to extreme sunlight, or excess heat from curling iron or hair dryer.
4. Store them in the Hair Shield.🛡
If you are wondering what the Hair Shield is, let's break it down. The Hair Shield is a protective scroll-shaped fabric that is made to keep your hair extensions safely tucked away when not in use.
With the aid of its satin lining, your hair extensions are prevented from dryness, while their beauty and moisture are retained for a long period.
With the Hair Shield, your clip-ins, sew-ins, bundles, glued tracks and other hair extensions are neatly stored to prevent them from incurring unnecessary kinks, dust, particles, and tangles.
When you uninstall your hair extensions, wash them with shampoo and conditioner, dry them well, comb or brush out the tangles, and place them in the shield. Store it safe in your drawer.
Voila! your hair extensions are effortlessly kept safe and healthy for the next use. So what are you waiting for?