When you wake up in the mornings, you want to avoid having a tangled head of hair that is difficult to style. If you have natural, long hair extensions, a common technique to prevent tangling is to wear your hair in rollers or to simply tie your hair in a ponytail.
Washing Synthetic or Natural Hair Extensions
You can choose to have your hair stylist wash your hair or you can do the job yourself with a quality shampoo and conditioner. Use a good detangling shampoo and avoid unnecessary pulling or tugging on your hair that will loosen the extensions. Wash your hair gently. You can always ask your hair stylist for the best products to care for your hair.
When it comes to styling your hair extensions, caution should be used as well. Whether you have natural or synthetic hair extensions you should always avoid using heat that will damage the hair. If you have to use a blow dryer or curling iron, use low heat so that your extensions will last a long time.
Hair extensions can be easily damaged when tangled. Be very careful brushing your hair extensions. A soft, bristle brush is ideal for this job. According to hair stylists, it is best to start at the end and work your way upward toward your scalp, using a downward motion. Also keep in mind to use alcohol-free hair styling products. Brushing two to three times per day is a good way to maintain the beauty of your hair extensions. Get your hair styling needs at Kay Matthews Madison Avenue Salon