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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Awesome Brazilian Virgin HairTiips

Experts usually consider Brazilian hair as the best hair type in the world.

Truth be told, there are so many different reasons why it’s so popular. It has silky and lustrous texture that will sweep you of your feet. Brazilian hair is also very easy to maintain and wear unlike some other types of hair. In fact, if you properly take care of it, there is a good chance that your wig or hair extension will last for a year or so.

Virgin hair takes it up a notch; not only is it Brazilian but also from young donors ensuring the highest quality of product. Regardless of everything, it won’t last long if you mistreat it. This is why every woman has to keep these actionable tips in mind prior to purchasing a wig, hair bundle or hair extension.

Read on!

Shampooing
Everything starts from shampooing as one of the most common things you’ll do. Make sure to put enough shampoo on your scalp and take your time massaging it. Hair needs to be caressed in a downward motion from scalp to ends. If a woman shampoos her hair properly, this will ensure that dirt and dandruff are completely removed. It is the basis of hair care but most women neglect it. Also, try to use natural shampoos as they are much better for your skin as well as hair. No matter what you’re using, rinse it properly so there isn’t any produce remaining afterwards. Virgin hair needs to be shampooed at least once per week but its better if you do it twice or even thrice. This is especially true for people who are active or who exercise regularly. Keep in mind that the same rules apply for Brazilian hair as for your own; proper care if of utmost importance!

Conditioning
Another important thing to remember is proper conditioning. This is a process that goes after shampooing and it works well for hair’s volume. After putting it on your scalp, use a wide teeth comb. Like all other hair products, conditioner needs to be properly rinsed afterwards.

Styling
There are so many things you need to know about styling. First and foremost, make sure to use proper tools. Ideal brushes are those with wide teeth because they don’t cause so much friction and breakage. You should also have to be mindful of strong chemical products and heating tools. While women like to look trendy and try out different things, this isn’t always ideal for your hair and scalp. Be moderate with various styles if you want your virgin wig to last longer.

Other Important Tips
Need more tips and tricks? Don’t worry; we got you covered. Here are 7 more!

*As previously mentioned, you have to wash virgin hair often. This reduces strain on follicles and reduces potential damage.

*While conditioner is an important part of the picture, you shouldn’t overdo it. Important thing about it is that it needs to be spread all over the hair. Make sure to avoid using fingers for this.

*Combs can be detrimental to your efforts. Wide tooth combs are the way to go.

*Be prepared to invest some time. Most women think that by simply purchasing a wig, their problems are over. But this is just the beginning. Wig requires lots of maintenance so it remains stylish for a longer time. Of course, you always have the option of buying a new wig each month.

*When it comes to particular products, you have limited options in regards of dyeing. Make sure to read product description beforehand so you know what you can and what you cannot do with it.

*Sulfate-free substances are great when used in shampoos. They reduce breakage so make sure to use these products often. Natural shampoos are also a good choice.

*Hair oiling can be a great thing. Make sure to use only premium products. Keep in mind that every hair needs to be oily (even though we often think that oil is bad as we try to get rid of it).

There you go!

With these simple tips your Brazilian virgin hair will last for a much longer period of time and it will be beautiful each and every day!

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