How to Take Care of Your Hair
Want to keep your Brazilian Hair under the weave healthy and strong. There is no point of wearing a protective style if your refuse to care for your hair. So Hair brings you some methods on care for your real hair.
You are obsessive about keeping your hair moisturized underneath a sew-in Human Hair Weave. Your go to choice of moisturizer is a braid spray. You will use a braid spray or moisturizer generously on the Hair every other day. This takes care of your scalp as well, and it ensures that you won't have dry/brittle hair when you remove the braids.
Your scalp can get very dry under a weave and it isn't uncommon for you to experience a few flakes. Oiling your scalp nightly is something you try to do faithfully. Purchasing a bottle with a thin nozzle, or a spray bottle and filling it with your favorite oil will do the trick. Apply this oil liberally to the natural hair only. You don't want to get your sew-in weave greasy as this will ruin the quality .
The natural hair and weave hair must be washed weekly no matter what. Healthy hair grows out of a clean and healthy scalp. Being in a weave is no excuse to not wash the hair. You are careful to use a sulfate-free shampoo during this time.
After shampooing the hair and weave, you apply a deep conditioner on both the weave hair and your exposed hair and sit under a hooded dryer for at least 30 minutes. The natural hair and weave love this process, and it also helps to keep the hair moist.
Protect Your Hairline
You protect your hairline by massaging castor oil into it every single night and while styling if I remember. Weaves and braids can wreak havoc on the hairline if you are not careful. Take the necessary precaution by massaging and applying castor oil as often as possible. Also, during installation, make sure the braids aren't too taught.