Virgin Indian Hair
When receiving the hair you should shampoo the unit before applying to your hair. Shampoo with a moisturizing shampoo then follow-up with a light-weight conditioner to soften and detangle. Detangle the hair with a wide-toothed comb.
Use an Organic and sulfate free shampoo. Sulfate strips hair of natural oils, as there is no direct supply of nutrients from your scalp into the extension strands. It is vital that you use a no sulfate shampoo to avoid drying the hair out.
Air dry if you are wearing the hair in its natural state. Treat virgin hair as if it is your own,be careful with the temperature and frequency of heating and styling tools. *Use a pea-size amount of Argan oil and massage through out hair while it is still damp. When using a blow dryer, blow dry on low-medium heat to prevent heat damage.
If you decide that you are wearing your Indian Virgin Hair in a curly state, in order to maintain your hair at home, use a leave-in creme conditioner to keep the curls moist. Also use a light serum such as Argan oil or Coconut Oil to help eliminate frizz and to add shine.
We suggest that you use a professional colorist that has worked with virgin hair. Virgin hair colors and lifts very very easily as it is pure hair. If you are planning to do blonde or lighter tones, please make sure to condition your hair from time to time (every 2 weeks) after initial coloring. That will keep the ends from drying or breaking off.
Do not punch needle through the wefts or pierce the wefts during installation; this leads to increase in shedding and lessens the quality of the hair.
If you are getting a sewn-in weave, please make sure that your stylist sew in the wefts by looping and tying the weave thread under and over the weft in blanket stitch.
Wear a satin scarf over your hair at night. A secure satin scarf will keep your hair from snagging, drying out and breaking during your sleep.
***Remember longevity depends on your maintenance!***