How to Care For Hair Extensions Therefore, you have made probably the best purchase you will ever make by buying a set of Hair Extensions! Our human hair extensions are a cheaper, faster, and much healthier for your hair than getting the woven or glued extensions that attach to your natural hair. They add length, volume, and thickness to your hair in under minutes. Maintaining them is not hard at all, in fact, you could be amazed by how easy it actually is! Hair extensions by KIRILL made from human hair and more durable than artificial versions. If you look after your hair extensions, they can last a long, long time! Moreover, the more you look after them the longer they will last.
We have put together a care guide that will help you look after your hair extensions properly so that you make the most you can from them. Here we go: 1. Gently detangle thoroughly from ends to clips with a pick or wide toothcomb before washing your hair extensions. 2. Use a gentle flow of water holding your extensions by the clip allowing the water to run down the hair shafts. 3. Shampooing carefully with warm water is a good habit. A detangling and moisturising shampoo works best. Try not to rub or twist the hair, but gently squeeze shampoo through hair from clips to ends. 4. Rinse your extensions thorough with clean, warm water. 5. Gently squeeze out excess water and pat or squeeze dry with towel. Do not roll or rub hair dry in towel as they will become tangled and matted. 6. Gently detangle the hair extensions again with a pick or wide toothcomb. Start with the ends and work upward to remove any tangles, being careful not to pull too hard. It is important not to brush the extensions when they are still wet. 7. Let your hair extensions air dry. You can blow dry, but use the low or cool setting. 8. Once the extensions are completely dry, store with clips closed to avoid tangling. Can you believe it? It really is that easy. Depending upon how often you wear them, how often you will need to wash them, but we recommend if using daily you wash them about 2-3 times a week.