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What you can't do with hair extensions

Hair extensions are a popular way to add length, volume, and style to your hair. They can be a great way to transform your look and boost your confidence. However, it's important to know how to care for your hair extensions properly to avoid damage and prolong their lifespan. In this article, we will discuss some of the things you should avoid doing with your hair extensions, as well as some tips for caring for them.

What to Avoid Doing with Hair Extensions

Washing your hair too often

Frequent washing can strip the natural oils from your hair extensions and make them dry and brittle. It's best to wash your hair extensions every 2-3 days, using a gentle shampoo and conditioner designed for hair extensions.

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Using heat styling tools on high heat: Heat styling tools can damage your hair extensions, causing them to become frizzy, dry, and prone to breakage. If you must use heat styling tools, be sure to apply a heat protectant spray to your hair extensions first and use them on a low heat setting.

Brushing your hair extensions too hard: Brushing your hair extensions too vigorously can cause them to tangle and break. Use a wide-tooth comb or a detangling brush specifically designed for hair extensions to gently brush your hair.
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Swimming in chlorinated or saltwater

Chlorine and saltwater can damage your hair extensions, making them dry, brittle, and discolored. If you plan on swimming, be sure to wear a swim cap to protect your hair extensions.
Tugging or pulling on your hair extensions: Tugging or pulling on your hair extensions can cause them to loosen and fall out. Be gentle with your hair extensions and avoid putting too much stress on them.

Dyeing your hair extensions yourself: Dyeing your hair extensions yourself can be risky and can damage them. If you want to dye your hair extensions, it's best to consult with a professional hair stylist.

Not detangling your hair extensions regularly: Tangled hair extensions can be difficult to brush and can lead to breakage. Be sure to detangle your hair extensions regularly using a wide-tooth comb or a detangling brush.
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Wearing tight hairstyles: Tight hairstyles can put too much stress on your hair extensions and cause them to loosen and fall out. Avoid wearing tight hairstyles such as buns, ponytails, and braids for extended periods of time.

Caring for Your Hair Extensions

In addition to avoiding the things mentioned above, there are a few things you can do to care for your hair extensions and keep them looking their best:

Get your hair extensions professionally installed and removed: A professional hair stylist will be able to install and remove your hair extensions properly without damaging your natural hair.
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Get regular adjustments: As your natural hair grows, your hair extensions will need to be adjusted to maintain their appearance. Be sure to schedule regular appointments with your hair stylist for adjustments.

Use high-quality hair products: Using high-quality hair products designed for hair extensions will help to keep them healthy and looking their best.

Follow your hair stylist's instructions

Your hair stylist will be able to give you specific instructions on how to care for your hair extensions based on your hair type and the type of hair extensions you have. Be sure to follow their instructions carefully

Conclusion

By following the tips in this article, you can avoid damaging your hair extensions and keep them looking their best for months to come. If you are looking for premium hair extensions that will last for months, then MY Hair is the right choice for you. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services.
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