If you take care to maintain those human hair crochets in a good way, they’ll last for a long time.
Human hair extensions don’t offer the advantage of being fed from the scalp. Therefore, your chosen products will determine how soft and defined the hair extensions are.
Specially designed products for hair extensions and wigs can provide nourishment and conditioning with no product buildup, which can weigh hair down or cause it to appear flat.
To keep hair appearing beautiful, adhere to a daily, weekly, and 3-4 week routine. If your hair is curly, There is no requirement to brush your hair often; just a quick brush is sufficient.
You will require the following items:
- Satin/silk bonnet/pillow
- Wig shampoo or another mild shampoo
- Conditioner for wigs / lightweight hydrating conditioner
- Detangling spray and put in conditioner
- Styler for curls/wave definition
- Tangle smoothing bristles
Daily Care Routine – Refresh & Maintain Curls
- A silk scarf or a silk bonnet before bed can reduce the drying and tangling of your hair. This simple step can simplify daily hair care.
- Moisten the hair with water by spraying it.
- Finger comb, and then separate hair strands by running your fingers through the damp hair and then,
- Spray with a weightless oil mist, such as Oil-Liscious. Most commonly, products made from oils like argan oil are designed to be lighter than products made of coconut oil.
Weekly Routine – Smooth & Restore Curls
Once a week, smooth and detangle to eliminate frizz and bring back bounce.
- Divide hair into smaller sections.
- Make sure to wet your hair thoroughly.
- Apply the spray to the entire hair strand.
- Separate each loc from the roots. If needed, separate the locs using your fingers to remove knots. Depending on your preferred look, you can gently detangle with a brush that starts from the tips to the root.
- Smooth the area using “prayer hands”.
- Use the styler of your choice to create curls with more or less definition. For super-defined curls, run the styler through each strand of hair.
3-4 Weekly – Cleanse & Create
The frequency at which you shampoo your hair can be contingent on
- the number of products you use on your human crochet hair extensions and
- how often you’d like to wash your scalp?
- Wet the hair and scalp with lukewarm water without rubbing/scrunching/scrubbing.
- Separate hair from braid lines and put the shampoo straight on the scalp. Massage the scalp gently without rubbing.
- Cleanse the hair with gentle squirting. Don’t rub the hair strands together or rub them against your scalp.
- Use the conditioner.
- Rinse thoroughly using water across the hair and scalp. Don’t scrub.
Follow the steps of each week’s routine.
How can I prevent Crochet Hair from falling off or escaping?
For certain types of hair, crochet knots may get loose after installation and then begin to slide off of your cornrows. You will likely encounter this issue if your hair is looser in texture or is extremely short. Since I’ve never had hair with an unruly texture or an extremely short crochet hairstyle, this is the first time I’ve faced this issue. You know, I’m a bit giddy! So, here’s the information I discovered:
When you install, try to tie the hair three times around the base. You can tie many knots, such as those in the Figure 8 knot, that can stop knots at the base of your hair from unraveling completely. If you’re not ready to master a new technique or knot, apply hair spray to keep the knots in the right place.
After you’ve finished crocheting the hair on your braids, pull your hair tight to secure the knots and then spray a spray of hair directly on the knots. Put a clip on top of the knots to keep them in position until they are dry.
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