Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Winter weather for human hair extensions

Winter is back and so is winter hair. For those of you unfamiliar with winter hair, the air during the winter becomes extremely dry and often leaves some people with frizzy unmanagleable hair. It just can't be avoided.

When your natural hair becomes frizzy or extemely dry so does your extensions. Here are some winter hair care tips for your hair extensions.

If you find your hair extensions lifting because of static electricity, just try rubbing a dryer sheet on your hair extensions. This should eliminate the annoying lifting caused by static.

If you find your hair extensions dry and frizzy it is probably the result of the lack of moisture. Simply wash your hair extensions with a moisturizing shampoo and leave-in conditioner. It is also not necessary to wash your hair extensions daily. Always remember to follow the hair maintenance instructions that come with your hair extensions.

During the winter season, try to stay away from hair spray as it leaves the hair extensions dry and sticky which could cause breakage.

If you find your hair extensions becoming tangled, try applying a small amount of baby oil onto your hands then apply them to the tangles. Rub them throughout the tangled area and run your fingers through it. Pull gently through the knot. Finally, simply shampoo to clean out the oil.

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