Some of these foreign vendors recommend the dumbest ish I ever heard in my life to do to your hair!!
Next they gone tell us to just shave your head it makes for a much more flatter natural looking install! SMDH
I swiped this from some idiotic company called Elect Cambodian hair.
Hair Care Tips:
As soon as you are ready to install your Virgin Cambodian hair, gently slide it out of its’ pack. To undo the braid, just shake it lightly holding on to the weft head.
- Sew under the weft. Never sew through the top of the weft. Putting a needle through the weft is likely to damage the wefts and cause shedding if not “sealed” immediately.
- While installing your hair, Never cut any part of the top of the wefts without sealing the weft first. Another option is to just flip it over to the next track and keep sewing -without cutting. If the weft is cut without sealing it immediately, you put the hair at the risk of shedding.
- It’s VERY important to always comb one-track-at-a-time during weave-on installation to avoid breaking any strand of tress. Which means you should comb the sewn track beneath, before proceeding to sew in the next track above it. Continue advancing this way until your hair installation is complete. This will beautifully result to a tidy and smoothly finished sew-in.
- Comb your hair daily using a wide tooth-comb. While combing, ALWAYS begin at the tip of the hair; and then work your way through to the top.
- Never use a rough-brush on your Virgin hair as you would ordinarily do with Synthetic hair. You shouldn’t use this sort of brush on your real hair because it will certainly break off some hair strands. So, don’t do this to your virgin hair extension.
- Take good care of your purchased Virgin hair as you would your natural hair.
- Cambodian virgin hair is very compatible with hot styling irons. Slightly dampen your hair before styling with these hot irons. Endeavour to use it on your extension as often as you wish. Minimum of once in 2 days is highly recommended.