Okay so, you love your long hair extensions but they keep getting tangled, right? Part of maintaining a longer hair length and hair extensions, in general, requires a good hair care routine.
A few reasons why your hair may be tangling is because of its texture, the weather, or how often you’re brushing. Tangles can not only be time-consuming but they can also damage your extensions and real hair. Want to know the proper way to detangle your hair?
How to Detangle Your Hair Extensions:
Begin by splitting your hair into sections. This helps you target the areas that have the most tangles and allows you to keep it manageable.
Use your fingers to comb out the tangles as gently as you can. This can make the knot a lot smaller and get the easier sections done without using a brush.
After you have used your fingers, take a brush (preferably a wet brush with soft bristles) or comb and brush from the bottom up. Repeat until the tangles are gone.
Now that you’ve detangled your hair, here are tips to prevent future tangles:
Sleep in braids. This will make sure your hair extensions don’t get matted when you’re sleeping.
Apply conditioner to the ends of your hair extensions.
Brush your hair thoroughly before you shower.
Do you have any helpful detangling tips? Let us know in the comments below!
Credit: Hair Extension Magaz