temple indian hair pure raw hair bundles uncolored unprocessed and chemical free loose wave due to its unprocessed nature each bundle varies in texture we also have white strands in some bundles if you like send a msg to request white strand bundles raw hair one donor hand picked each bundle weigth 100grams -3.5oz 100% raw hair Please note take good care of the hair Alcohol is a drying chemical and should absolutely be avoided. Products with alcohol in them are bad for both your hair extensions and your natural hair, so check the hair care products you're using don't contain alcohol. Avoid tangling of the hair Make sure you understand the use of the hair extensions Why does my hair tangle anyway? There could be a few reasons why your hair is constantly tangling. Hair texture, frequency of brushing, exposure to wind, as well as the healthiness of the hair can all contribute to matting. How To Minimize Tangling Whether we like it or not (and we clearly don’t), our hair as well as hair extensions will tangle, especially if you fit one of the above categories. While there isn’t a magic formula on how to get rid of tangles forever, there are some things you can do to minimize tangling and the damage that comes from detangling your hair. 1. Condition your hair and hair extensions 2. Do a hair mask at least once a week 3. Use a wide tooth comb Use hot tools less 4. Protect your hair while you sleep 6. Brush your hair consistently 7. Rinse with cold water 8. Choose the right products THE SETTING If you’re anything like us, detangling hair is a whole routine. So we’ve learned to make it something to look forward to instead of dreading it. Some tips: Take a deep breath Put your fave tunes on or a movie in the background Grab a glass your fave beverage Prop up an e-book and read while you detangle This sounds silly, but if you distract yourself with some of your favorite activities, you will be a lot more patient, stress-free, and gentle when detangling your hair. THE METHOD Always split your hair into manageable sections. We recommend splitting it into four parts—two top parts, and two bottom parts, and working with one section at a time. Always use your fingers first to gently detangle as much as you can from bottom to top. This is the most gentle method to reduce the size of the knot considerably. Then, follow by a wide tooth comb from the bottom up. You can also use a special detangling brush, but we recommend to only use ones where the bristles are flexible and soft. That’s it—once all the knots are detangled, you’re good to go!
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