Natural hair extensions аrе tһе mοѕt popular because they look and feel as natural and are so easy to wear.
There are however those occasions when like any Natural Hair, even Human Hair Extensions tend to become frizzy. This is because in principal Natural hair extensions do not have tһе advantage οf being supplied wіtһ tһе natural oils frοm tһе scalp like your own hair, and are therefore more vulnerable tο drying out аחԁ becoming frizzy.
This is not because of the quality of the Hair or the process it undergoes that is responsible for it.
Frizzy hair means that your hair needs moisture! Your hair is begging you to moisturize it!
Frizz happens when dry, porous hair sucks up moisture in the air, causing the shaft to swell. A dose of conditioner coats the hair shaft, making it harder for moisture to sink in.
One common cause for hair to become Frizzy is Humidity. Hence the use of a Leave-in Conditioner is among the first things that must be done. Fact is conditioner should be regularly used on the Hair Extensions to avoid it getting too dry or tangled. However, kindly ensure that Conditioner is not applied on the bonds – i.e. the area where your Natural Hair is bonded to the Extension. It will otherwise loosen the bond.
- Do not use shampoos which contain alcohol. Alcohol dries your hair, leading to more frizzies.
- Never pull or stretch the hair, especially when it is wet.
- Comb your hair extensions regularly with a wide-toothed comb. According to “Hair Care: An Illustrated Dermatologic Handbook,” hair brushes should not be used to brush your hair extensions, as this can encourage frizz.
- Spray hairspray onto your hair extensions the same way that you would apply it to your real hair to reduce frizz and fly-aways.
- After a wash, let the hair air dry with as little touching as possible. Don’t play with it , brush it or dry it with a towel. This will also prevent the frizzies.