You just purchased your Virgin Remy Hair, you are so excited because your hairstylist completed an awesome installation, and you are looking flawless! The intoxication of your new stunning look is so distracting you forget to get hair care instructions from your hair stylist on how to care for your new Virgin Remy Hair. Now you are wondering, "How do I care for my hair daily, nightly, and weekly? How often should I wash my hair bundles, how should I dry them? So many questions.
After you have taken about 100 selfies, you have decided you want to keep your cute look alive, but how? Caring for virgin remy hair is simple but necessary. This hair will last for over two years with proper care. Neglecting your bundles can cost you a pretty penny in the long run.
Well, there's good news: #MuseMob has your back! We have all the tips and tricks you need to care for your Virgin Remy hair bundles!
Things To Remember When Caring for Your Virgin Remy Hair
Pre-Installation bundle maintenance- Prior to installing your hair be sure to co-wash and air dry.This step should not be skipped, this is raw virgin remy hair conditioning is needed to reinvigorate the hair cuticle and to reveal the true hair texture pattern.
Avoid cutting the weft- Though, in certain cases your bundles must be cut, to achieve a desired style, multiple cuts to the bundles' wefts for faster installation increases shedding and makes its challenging to reuse your bundles for future installations. Instead speak to your hairstylist ask them to use the folding method as often as possible, if they disagree maybe it's time to look for another stylist?
Wear a bonnet nightly- With straight hair you can wrap the hair and cover with a silk du-rag or scarf. With all other textures such has wavy, kinky, or curly textures you can separate the hair in two sections and braid then cover with a bonnet. You can also whirl or twist hair and pin up while in the bonnet. Keeping the hair extensions protected at night extends the life of your hair style and prevents the hair from breaking.
Decrease product use- Yes use as little hair styling products as possible, too much will weigh the hair down and rob your hair style of volume.
Wash every 10-14 days- Keeping this hair clean is a must, when the hair is clean and conditioned, like our natural hair, it is bouncy and has a natural sheen. Also cleaning regularly will prevent matting overtime; dirt and residue causes hair to bind or stick together.
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