In comparison with Remy or Non-Remy hair, Virgin hair is more precious and expensive, and it’s the best product among all the hair extensions. So if you don’t want to spend a lot of money quite regularly, just follow our 5 simple and easy-to-understand tips. These tips will help you to take care of your virgin hair in a proper way.


Tip #1 Forget about your virgin hairs as extensions and treat them like your own

The purpose of this tip is very clear: Consider your virgin hair as your hair and take care of it properly. We all know that virgin hair is very good in quality, but they are also very expensive (maybe around $100-$500). Treasure them and treat them like your own hair, you will have your hair last longer and in a better condition most of the time.

Tip #2 Remember to keep them smooth by combing and brushing daily

Combing and brushing your hair daily will make your hair smoother and look nicer. Because the hair is not actually part of your body, it’s really hard to tell if some part of them was tangled. You should comb and brush them twice a day – in the morning and at night before you put them away. Take more attention to areas that are easy to tangle, like the back and nape areas.

Tip #3 Washing the hair once a week or every two weeks with a Co-washing method.

Co-washing is the act of washing your hair solely with conditioner. By cutting down on the use of shampoo via a co-washing regime, your hair will be refreshed. It brings the hair back moisture. Take a look at the condition of your hair and then you can decide how long you want to leave the conditioner. Normally, it will take about 5 to 10 minutes, but if you want to do more with a deep conditioner – make it 30 minutes to one hour. One other tip you can use is to infuse the conditioner into your hair with a microwave. To do this, put the hair in a plastic bag then add conditioner and a little bit of water to that bag. Put the bag into the microwave for no longer than 1 minute, then take it out.

Tip #4 Keep your hair as natural as possible.

This means you shouldn’t use too many products on your virgin hair. Depending on the type of hair that you have, you can decide which product you will use on them. Sometimes you may need a lot of product, but sometimes it’s not really necessary. Putting too many products will make your hair become more likely to damage because most of them are chemical products. If you do need to put lots of products, such as sprays, mousse,…, remember to wash those products out afterward. These products built up will increase the weight of your hair, and make your hair look limp.

Tip #5 While sleeping, make your hair low ponytail

The reason is that the hair will get tangled or shed very easily when sleeping, especially if you don’t take care of your hair properly. This tip is quite simple and easy, just make the hair in a low ponytail or use a wrap to cover the hair before going to sleep.

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