Indian hair extensions are one of the most sought after hair because not many Indian women go to salons and their hair is not treated with harsh chemicals. Indian hair extensions are very light and soft. Indian hair extensions are very versatile and can be styles and colored as you please. These hair extensions are very expensive because they last a very long time.
So, if you are investing on Indian hair extensions then you definitely want to take the best care possible. It does not matter if your hair is made of synthetic or real hair, you must take care of your investment if you want your hair extensions to remain soft, silky, shiny, and looking fabulous you must consistently maintain the hair extensions. With that being said good products should be used on your hair extensions. The added benefit of using Indian hair extensions is that chemical can be used on it and there won’t be much damage because it is 100% natural hair.
ESSENTIAL TIPS AND MAINTENANCE OF YOUR INDIAN HAIR EXTENSIONS
Wash + shampoo + condition = beautiful hair
Like your very own hair, hair extensions also need to be washed, shampooed and conditioned regularly. Try to stay clear from anti dandruff shampoos as the chemical they contain can damage the bonds of the extensions. Try to not over condition your hair and choose one that is best suited for the color and style of your hair.
Brushing of your hair
Brushing of your hair is very important and it is always recommended be it if you have synthetic or natural hair extensions. Always choose good hair brush best suited for your hair and brush your hair twice a day. Brushing prevents your hair from being tangled.
Keeping hair dry + using heated tools
After bathing make sure your hair is dry, never wrap your hair in a wet towel. Even though you have 100% natural hair it is best you don’t keep your hair extensions wet for long periods of time and heated tools can be used on this type of hair but it’s in your best interest to not overdo it with the heated tools as heat can damage the bonding of your hair extensions. And if you must use heated tools on your hair try to use ionic irons and hair dryers as this does not give of much harsh heat and this will reduce damage to hair extensions.
Consulting your stylist
Visiting with your stylist is important. Try to see your hair stylist every 8 – 6 weeks. As they are the professionals and will check your hair if there is any product builds up and they will give you the best advice on your hair extensions.