2. Wash Carefully

Your clip-ins probably won’t get dirty as often as your natural hair does, although that doesn’t mean you are to wash them once in a blue moon.

In fact, washing in crucial for the proper maintenance of hair extensions and there are a couple of rules to follow to make sure they continue on looking good.

First- detangle before shampooing, second – use a good shampoo and third (and maybe the most important of all) - take it slow.

Wet your extensions bit by bit to prevent tangling using a downward motion when shampooing and rinsing them.

You can, of course, follow up with a wide-toothed comb in case they start to knot but you must be super-gentle.

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