People who love Indian hair, REALLY love Indian hair. We have a certain affinity for the raw temple tresses as well, being that it was the virgin hair texture that we started the company with almost 10 years ago.
But first-time Indian hair buyers are often caught off-guard by the special maintenance needs of this collection. With fuller, longer lasting bundles, Raw Hair is not only natural looking, but it acts just like your own natural hair and it blends well with all hair types. So, we'd like to take this time to focus on what you can do to get the most out of your Indian hair extensions.
To properly care for this hair, we've come up with tips and Do's and Don'ts
Shampoo and condition hair weekly using warm water. Cleansing the hair once a week will prevent dirt and sweat build-up and as a result prevent tangling. After cleanse, apply leave-in conditioner at ends of hair, working upwards towards roots.
Make sure to gently comb Raw Indian hair after each wash and every day. When detangling the hair, begin at the ends and work up little by little to the roots. Keep a spray bottle handy to keep hair moist, easing the process and minimizing breakage.
It is important to let the extensions air dry and if a blow-dryer is necessary, keep setting on cool. The heat from a blow dryer can damage the hair and even shorten the life-span. To prevent tangling while air drying, section and plait hair into large braids.
Avoiding Dry Ends
Use the Silk Shot serum right after cleanse to combat heat and split ends while helping leaving your hair with a luminous shine. This method works as a protective coat on hair, preventing water from evaporating, thus helping to keep it hydrated, soft, and healthy.
Co-wash before the first wear
Shampoo & condition weekly.
Sleep on satin pillowcase or use satin/silk bonnet.
Comb hair daily
Braid hair or put in ponytail for bed
Blow dry on high heat
Sleep on wet hair
Use heavy leave-in conditioners