The konwledage you should know about

When most people consider hair care, they are usually referring to their natural hair. However, the use of hair extensions, wigs and weaves has become a trend-right alternative or addition to natural hair. Despite the fact these hairpieces often look just like human hair, they typically don’t require daily maintenance. Learning how often to wash these products will ensure they last longer and always look natural. On the other hand, not washing them often enough can lead to a faster breakdown of the individual strands and hair that won’t hold its shape and style.

Hair Extensions

Hair extensions are made from natural human hair or synthetics. Both are designed to supplement the hair you already have. These extensions should be washed with a moisturizing sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner that will ensure the hair won’t dry out. This is especially important if you use heat styling products on your natural hair extensions. Most experts agree it’s not necessary to wash your extensions every day. Instead, you should try to wash them three times a week for optimal cleaning and moisturizing.

Synthetic Wigs

Whether you have hair loss or you enjoy wearing wigs to change your hairstyle on a regular basis, a synthetic wig can be a great option. Even though these wigs are made from synthetic materials, they closely replicate real human hair. In addition, synthetic wigs don’t require daily maintenance. Depending on how often you wear the same wig, it only needs to be washed once every 10 to 15 wears. However, you need to be particular about the shampoo you use on your wigs. Look for a sulfate-free shampoo approved for use on synthetic hair. This will ensure the wig material is protected and looks like genuine hair for longer.