While the hair weave cost a lot of attention from you, don’t forget your hair also need protect at the same time, you can’t ignore your own hair while wearing weave. it will ensure that your new growth is healthy and lush after the weave is removed. So when wearing extensions, please also remember to take care for your own hair. Here is some instruction for how to take care for your natural hair under weave
1 Shampoo & Condition
You need to shampoo your hair on a regular basis even while wearing weaves. For the best results, concentrate the shampoo on your scalp of your head and massage it in with your fingertips. Then work the shampoo down the weave, but do not ball it up on the top of your head. Instead, work your fingers straight down through the hair to the ends. Let the water help guide the shampoo down. It’s important to keep the weave hair as straight as possible to prevent matting and tangling.
2 Apply Oils to Your Scalp
Your hair still need nourishment while protected beneath a weave. Work natural oils under the weave onto your scalp and massage them in. If the weave is made byhuman hair, getting a little product on it wounld only do good to it, but synthetic hair doesn’t require additional products, so it’s best to avoid oils if it’s synthetic hair. An applicator bottle with a nozzle tip will help you direct the oil where you want it to go without getting it on the rest of your hair. Stick to lightweight formulas like jojoba, grapeseed or coconut oil.
3 Don’t Neglect the Weave
When caring for your hair, you must care for the weave hair as well. Just because you’ll eventually remove it doesn’t mean you can neglect it. Besides cleansing, weave needs to be combed regularly so that it doesn’t tangle excessively or mat. It should be secured at night, either under a satin cap or scarf. Human hair weaves should be treated very much like your own hair, and this includes applying products and heat; like your natural tresses, however, don’t use heavy products or too much heat when styling your weave.
4 Remove it After Six to Eight Weeks
Your hair will likely grow about to 1 inch beneath the weave. Near the end of the recommended time for wearing it, the hair growth will cause it to be looser. Ask for your stylist’s advice on how long to leave a weave in. If you extend this time too much, not only will your weave begin to look old and ragged, your new growth may begin to mat.