Hi there, welcome back to Meetu Hair. Are you suffering from itch while wearing sew-in human hair weaves? Today, we will talk about how to take care of your sew-in and protect your natural hair underneath, specifically for relaxed or transitioning hair. If you want to know the tips and tricks on how to take care of sew-in, keep on reading.
Taking care of your natural hair underneath the weave is as vital as taking care of your leave out. Wear a weave is a protective style, which means that you are doing it to give it a break and grow, but it also means you have to take care of the hair underneath to make sure that it can grow properly.
Firstly, We want to talk about your leave out. Do not try to use hair straightener too much, especially if you are using straight hair. If you are using a curling weave, it is a lot easier because you can twist or braids outs. But if you are wearing straight hair, try to blow dry your hair as soon as possible.
We recommend using a round brush to blow-dry your hair. It looks way better than just using a blow dryer or using the brush attachment. If you can, try to blow-dry it as straight as possible so that when you are doing with the straightener, you only have to run through it once. Due to weather or other reasons, your hair may look a bit ratcheted, and the roots are starting to curl, then you can do it again.
Now, we are going to talk about the natural hair underneath. There are so many challenges to washing your hair. Many people are struggling with shampoo their sew-in weaves. Here are some tips for you.
The shampoo cleanses and detoxes without stripping your hair from its natural oils. We should wash our human hair weaves at least twice a week to keep it fresh and Itch-free. The conditioner prevented your human hair weave from matting, breaking, and dryness. If you are wearing a wavy weave, you must deal with a lot, especially the dryness and the breakage. So don’t forget to use the conditioner every washing day to keep your hair moisturize and healthy.
When it comes to how to wash the sew-in weaves, this will be different for everyone. What should be stressed is that we need to get the shampoo to the root of your hair to wash your natural hair and scalp. But we only need to place the conditioner on the hair tip, do not put it on the root. When using the conditioner, wrap up your hair with a shower cap, wait for 15-20 minutes, and then rinse off.
The shampoo is the essential way to keep your sew-in human hair weaves fresh and Itch-free. Conditioner is the product that helps to keep your hair healthy. We hope you all find this guide helpful. Do you want to buy the cheapest human hair weaves or human hair wigs? Please visit www.meetuhiar.com to order it. Now here is a special 16 coupon for our blog subscriber, coupon code: BG16.