How to take care of your weave or wig

July 24, 2018

How to take care of your weave or wig

Ladies, the trick to maintaining good weave is to treat your weave or wig as if it were your hair. Can you go two to three weeks without washing or moisturizing your hair? Your answer should be no. The key is to always have your weave moisturized.

On your weekly wash day.

Add oil with some water to your hair. Some good hair oils include the coconut oil, castor oil, olive oil, argan oil.

Wash with a moisturizing shampoo.

There is a lot of good shampoos on the market. Such include the nexxus shampoo and the morocco argan oil shampoo. Another shampoo I recommend is the hask almond oil sulphate free shampoo. Wash the hair thoroughly. Add apple cider vinegar in this step if possible. Wash in hot water.

Add the conditioner

This is a step you should not miss. Add a conditioner to prevent over drying out your hair. I recommend the shea moisture conditioner and the nexxus conditioner

Add your deep treatment

There is so many deep treatments on the market but you have to use moisturizing and repairing treatments. Shea moisture has good moisturizing and repairing treatments with natural ingredients. Cream of nature has a good intensive conditioning treatment too.

Wash out the deep treatment

Wash out the deep treatment and add a very minimal amount of oil or use the aphogee style and wrap

Blow dry the hair

Straighten the hair

At this point your hair is silky

You can add a light hold spray. I recommend using the nexxus hair spray light hold. This will help you hair style to last long.

For shine and sealing fly aways, use a polish spray. I recommend the alma legend polish spray.

For body wave, loose wave, and curly hair, follow the same steps but don’t straighten your hair. Instead, comb it out using a wide toothed comb. For curly hair, you will need to use products favorable to maintaining your curls after the deep conditioner while the hair is still wet. Also, you may need to use a different shampoo, conditioner, deep treatment. You may add curling scuffle. Keep your curls moisturized.





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