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Hair Care & Maintenance

What is the best way to care for Virgin hair?

To keep your hair looking its best, you should make sure to clean and moisturize it. You should wash the hair at least once weekly. While you are shampooing the hair, make sure not to tangle it. After you have conditioned the hair, towel dry it and comb through it with a wide tooth comb. You should not sleep on hair that is still damp because this can cause matting. You can find more details about how to care for your hair with the instructions provided with the hair you purchase. Here are more tips:

You should always be gentle with your hair. You should comb your hair with a large toothed comb or pick. Do not force the comb through the hair be gentle with combing. You should begin combing the hair from the bottom and work your way up to your scalp. Keep your hair clean and moisturized to help protect it from the earth's elements. Use warm or cool water when washing hair, start at the top and gently squeeze your hair downward. You shouldn't wring out your hair or rub it in different directions; this can cause tangling just like your own natural hair.

If you decide to go swimming, you should wear a plastic cap or swimming cap to protect your hair from chlorine and other chemicals. In the case that chemicals do get in your hair, you should wash it out immediately.

Straight Hair

To better maintain your virgin straight hair, you should make sure to:

Wash at least once weekly with shampoo that has a pH level no higher than 7 and that contains no sulfates

Dilute shampoo with warm water

Shampoo should be sponged into your hair

Never Comb or Screw-wash the hair when Shampooing or Conditioning as this will lead to TANGLING

Rinse the hair thoroughly

Use conditioner (that do not contain sulfates) and comb the hair (using a wide tooth comb), starting from the ends and working your way up

Rinse out the conditioner and let the hair air dry

 Hair will not lose straightness if handled and washed gently

Daily Care 

Daily Care Daily, you should brush or comb through the hair to style it. You can use hairspray, mousse, gel and other styling aids, but in moderation. You should use products that don't contain alcohol.

Sleep Care 

When you go to sleep, you should braid the hair into a large loose braid at the back of your neck. Then when you wake up, undo the braid and comb through the hair, starting at the ends and working your way up to your scalp.

 

Wavy Hair (Body wave)

Wavy (Body) virgin hair, you should make sure to:

Wash at least once weekly with shampoo that has a pH level no higher than 7 and that contains no sulfates

Dilute shampoo with warm water

Shampoo should be sponged into your hair

Never Comb or Screw-wash the hair when Shampooing or Conditioning as this will lead to TANGLING

Rinse the hair thoroughly

Use conditioner (that do not contain sulfates) and comb the hair (using a wide tooth comb), starting from the ends and working your way up

Rinse out the conditioner and let the hair air dry

 Hair will not lose wave if handles and washed gently

 Daily Care 

If you want more waves, you can use rollers. You can use typical styling aids like gel, mousse, and hairspray, but you should use those that are alcohol-free.

Sleep Care 

Before going to sleep, you should:

Braid your hair into a large loose braid at the back of neck

Undo braid after waking up and dampen it by spraying it with a water bottle

Comb through the hair, starting at the ends and moving upward.

Let hair air dry, then style as you wish. 

 

Wavy Hair (Deep Wave and Loose Wave)

Wavy (Deep or Loose) virgin hair, you should make sure to:

Wash at least once weekly with shampoo that has a pH level no higher than 7 and that contains no sulfates

Dilute shampoo with warm water

Shampoo should be sponged into your hair

Never Comb or Screw-wash the hair when Shampooing or Conditioning as this will lead to TANGLING

Rinse the hair thoroughly

Use conditioner (that do not contain sulfates) and comb the hair (using a wide tooth comb), starting from the ends and working your way up

Rinse out the conditioner and let the hair air dry

 Hair will not lose wave if handled and washed gently

 Daily Care 

If you want more waves, you can use rollers. You can use typical styling aids like gel, mousse, and hairspray, but you should use those that are alcohol-free.

DO NOT COMB thru hair, as it could tangle; simply use fingers/hands to style as needed.

Sleep Care 

Before going to sleep, you should:

Braid your hair into a large loose braid at the back of neck

Undo braid after waking up and dampen it by spraying it with a water bottle

DO NOT COMB thru hair, as it could lead to tangling.

Let hair air dry, then style as you wish. 

Curly Hair

If you are wearing curly hair extensions, you SHOULD NOT:

Use oily products

Comb or brush hair while it is dry or it will frizz and become tangled

Use shampoo higher than pH 7 or any shampoo that contains sulfates

Never Comb or Screw-wash the hair when Shampooing or Conditioning as this will lead to TANGLING

Hand Massage while shampooing hair

 However, you SHOULD

Shampoo your hair at least once weekly

Rinse hair thoroughly

Apply conditioner (that does not contain sulfates)

Use sponge to shampoo hair

Let air dry

 NOTE: Hair will not lose curl if handled and washed gently

 Daily Care 

During the day, you can brush and comb your hair to style it and use styling aids like gel, mousse, and hairspray (that doesn't have alcohol).

DO NOT COMB thru hair, as it could tangle; simply use fingers/hands to style as needed.

Sleep Care 

When you're getting ready for bed, you should create a large loose braid behind your neck, then when you wake up you can:

Undo braid and dampen with a water bottle

DO NOT COMB thru hair, as it could lead to tangling

Let the hair air dry and style.