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How To Prevent Your Hair Extenison From Tangling

     Hair extensions are popular options for changing hairstyle or adding length and thickness to your hair. However, they are not like our own hair and they must be maintained. With hair extensions you have to do a little work if you would like them last.



   Sometimes if you are new to hair extensions you may not be aware of the maintenance that is required for hair extensions. You certainly cannot leave them unattained or you will encounter problems such as tangling and matting. Even with the purest and most expensive hair on the market, you still have to go above and beyond to care for hair extensions. They simply don’t maintain themselves and if you do not use a care routine, they can tangle, mat, shed and dry becoming a mess quickly.





1. Brush out your extensions gently before washing. Use a soft-bristled brush to remove any tangles.


2    Shampoo your extensions. Slowly wet your hair while taking a shower. Use a mild shampoo and lather your hair in a downward motion.



3 . Wash your extensions with mild detergent. Gently place your hair in a tub filled with cool water and allow the extensions to soak for five to ten minutes. Rinse the extensions with cool water when finished. Allow your hair to air dry by placing on a mannequin head so it will dry in its natural shape. Do not brush your hair when it is wet.



4.  Brush your extensions gently after washing. Using a soft-bristled brush or a wide-tooth comb, brush your hair two to three times a day to prevent tangles..


  1. Spray the hair with a leave-in conditioner daily to help prevent tangles. You can also use a de-tangling product or silicon spray to help your hair extensions stay tangle-free.



  1. Tie your hair extension up when sleeping or exercising to prevent tangles. When you swim, wear a swim cap to protect your hair from harsh chlorine.


  1. Avoid heat, such as curling irons or hair dryers. Heat can be very damaging to certain synthetic hair pieces. Heat, in general, causes hair to tangle and creates split ends. Use heat sparingly on hair extensions.


How to Prevent Your Hair from Tangling

Tangled hair is never fun. In fact, it’s quite painful when you can’t get them out, right? So, I thought I’d share some easy tips to help you avoid those pesky tangled hairs!

  1. Condition your hair

   Conditioning the hair will restore moisture back into it, leaving it smoother and less likely to tangle. If you need something more powerful than a rinse-out conditioner, try a leave-in treatment each day or do a deep conditioning treatment every one to two weeks. If you have oily hair and worry about making it worse, just remember to only condition the ends of your hair not the scalp!


  1. Use a wide tooth comb

   Although it may be tempting to use a brush because it’s ‘faster’, using a wide tooth comb (or a special detangling brush) is a much better idea, trust me! Not only will it remove the tangles more efficiently, but you will also protect your hair from being torn and damaged. Start at the bottom of the knot, and *keyword: patiently* work your way up until it is combed out completely.


  1. Brush your hair consistently

If your hair is prone to tangling, it’s probably not a good idea to let it down all day (especially in the wind) without brushing it. Brush your hair 2-3 times a day using a soft bristle brush, especially before a shower and before sleeping. Be gentle while brushing, ladies! 


  1. Protect your hair while you sleep

  Comb all tangles from your hair at night before going to bed and braid or wrap your hair and pin it out of the way. Cover your hair with a silk scarf and use a satin pillowcase. This will prevent your hair from becoming tangled or snarled while you sleep. Above all else, however, don’t go to sleep with soaking wet, uncombed hair!


Helpful Detangling Tips 


  • Split your hair in manageable sections: tackling a knot can definitely be frustrating! We recommend to work on detangling your hair one section at a time. 
  • Never brush wet hair: wet hair is much more likely to break than dry hair.
  • Use your fingers: to gently detangle your hair periodically throughout the day 
  • Tie your hair: in a braid or a ponytail on windy days or when being active


If you have any other ideas to prevent hair tangle, Please share with us by commenting below~

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