Brazilian hair is natural human hair that is top in quality and loved by many. Its specialty is that it does not go through any chemical processing and is lustrous, silky and light in texture making it among the most popular of all hair extensions in the market today. The glossy natural look makes it look good on any head and you can select a color that matches the color of your natural tresses for a natural look even with the extension in place.
The best features of Brazilian hair are that it does not tangle, shed or dry and it can also hold those beautiful curls for a long time. The hair extensions come in a wide range of colors and lengths, since you can choose the perfect one for you. Whichever piece of Brazilian hair you choose, caring for it is necessary to continue enjoying its beautiful look. Brazilian hair can also be very expensive, since it only makes sense that you find out the best way of taking care of it.
Tip 1 – Make sure that you have a professional fix the hair extension for you. Proper placement is important because it protects your natural hair from damages and breakages that can result from very tight weaving or application. This can also leave you with a painful scalp. It should not be loose either because it could end up damaging it or it will get untidy faster. Let a professional handle the fixing for best results.
Tip 2 – For virgin hair extensions in the Brazilian type, clean the scalp and then the hair extension. Powder shampoos can be great choices to take care of the scalp and the hair as well. Use a mild shampoo on a weekly basis ensuring that you work from the scalp down to the edges to keep tangles at bay.
Tip 3 – To keep your hair extension silky and smooth, use a light conditioner after you have washed it. Deep conditioning can be done on a monthly basis but if the piece is colored or very dry, then deep conditioning is best done every fortnight for a silky smooth look and feel.
Tip 4 – Rinse out the conditioner and shampoo thoroughly to keep buildup of the hair product at bay and minimize scalp issues. Use a thick towel to dry the hair ensuring that you pat it dry instead of rubbing it dry. You can also use a dryer, but minimally because the frequent heat could end up damaging your hair extensions.
Tip 5 – After drying the hair well, apply a moisturizer or light oil and then comb it out. A wide tooth comb is best instead of a brush because a brush can pull out the hairs leaving the hair extension looking untidy.
Tip 6 – Use Argan oil on the attachment for fast absorption and root penetration to improve the elasticity of the hair. The oil has Vitamin E that strengthens the hair minimizing damages on the Brazilian hair.