Hair extensions are a great way to transform your look. In this part of the world, because or the texture of African hair, women usually install full weaves as opposed to Caucasians that may add in a few clip-ins to add volume and length to their hair. When Africans use clip-ins, it is usually of the Afro-kinky variety that match the African hair texture.
Hair extensions can be made from real human hair (donor hairs) or from synthetic fibres. Most synthetic hairs are usually not re-usable, unlike the human hairs that can be washed and kept aside for another use.
Caring for your wefts is as easy as caring for your own hair. It’s all about the products you use and the methods too. Learning how to care for your hair will determine how well they can last for you. Some use their extensions for years!
You can wash your extensions while they are installed on your head or when uninstalled.
Here are steps to put life back in your weave.
Once the hair is dry, you can plait or braid it up, put it in a bag for your next use.
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