Afro Kinky Clip in Extensions & Bulk Hair For Braiding Human Hair
SUPER Tips! for Maintaining 4B 4C Natural Afro Kinky Hair Extensions & Clip Ins
Afro kinky curly just like other kinds of natural kinky curly extension, must be carefully taken care of for you to be able to enjoy using them for a long time. Caring for both human and synthetic wigs and clip ins is pretty much the same, with the main difference lying on the fact that you can treat the wigs made from real hair in the same way that you are treating your natural hair. Curling irons, blow dryers and other hot tools can also be used for styling the human hair wigs. But if you have the skin like plastic cap, you have to take note that the plastic can easily melt when subjected under high heat. Another important thing to remember when caring for Afro kinky is that these must not be brushed or combed since doing so can undo the curls. Aside from that, majority of the synthetic wigs must never be brushed.
Tips #1 Avoid using a bristle brush or paddle brush. Use the wide tooth comb to detangle the kinky curly human hair. Start by detangling from the wig’s ends down to the roots. Don’t detangle the wig if it is dry. Detangling the hair should be done when it is still wet with or without a conditioner. A silk cap or scarf is advisable for a nightly routine.
Tips #2 Avoid using alcohol based products since these will only dry out the hair. It is highly recommended that you use the later free co wash when you cleanse the hair or the hydrating conditioner together with warm water. Deep conditioners used once or twice every week are suggested. Natural products such as argan oil, coconut oil and raw shea butter can keep the hair moisturized and hydrated although remember that less is always more. Tips #3 The Afro kinky bulk hair and wigs are easier to style in their natural curl. If you like the curl to become more formed, the hair must be scrunched when it is wet. Spray every day with a combination of conditioner and water in spray bottle to de-tangle. When you blow dry, always aim the nozzle directly on your hair as this can lead to shedding. The hair will last longer when there is less heat. There is nothing wrong to color the hair but see to it that you will moisturize the hair even more. When you sew in the hair, in case the weft is cut, you can expect some shedding.