Below you will find a quick list of our favorite top ten tips that will help to ensure your hair will be you man, woman or child, remain healthy and beautiful at any length from an inch or two to your shoulders and beyond. Follow these easy tips and you will have shiny, healthy hair in no time, and more importantly, be able to keep it that way!
Getting your hair like loose wave Peruvian hair weave into the healthy condition and keeping it there isn’t a particularly hard thing to do, it only takes a bit of awareness as to what can damage your hair and a bit of good old-fashioned common sense.
1. Because there is no way to permanently repair damaged hair no matter what any product label says if your existing hair is more than a few inches long, not healthy and/or you intend to grow it longer, get a good trim so you are starting out with it in the best possible condition.
2. Have your hair trimmed regularly by someone you trust implicitly, or trim it yourself using a good pair of hair cutting shears, even if you are anxious for it to grow. This is especially important if you use any products that contain harsh chemicals. When damage occurs, it causes the cuticle to lift and the hair shaft to split. This damage will move up the shaft and weaken it if you don’t stop it in its tracks, causing breakage and effectively working directly against your ultimate goal of healthy hair.
3. Conditioner Use a good daily conditioner every time you shampoo no matter what its length, and if your hair such as loose wave Malaysian hair is more than a few inches long, deep condition it at least once a month. Not only will making a habit of using a good deep conditioner regularly help to smooth your hair and make it look beautiful, deep conditioners return lost moisture to your hair and make the cuticle lay flat, which will result in less damage in the long run and of course make it appear shinier. If your hair is very damaged or frizzy you may want to consider also using a good leave-in conditioner.
4. Be especially gentle with your hair when it is wet, and always use a wide-toothed comb on wet tresses, never, ever a brush. Wet hair is exceedingly delicate, it has no elasticity and will snap and break extremely easily if it is stretched or suffers undue tension. We are all familiar with that chill-inducing sound of hair snapping when you rip a tiny knot out of a wet lock.
5. Avoid putting hair toys in your hair that will cause damage to remove, or anything that has sharp edges that could potentially tear or damage the cuticle.
6. Treat your Indian loose wave virgin hair delicately. The longer it is or you intend it to eventually be, the more important this is. Your hair’s length, your growth goals and how often you have it cut or trimmed determines what you can get away with. For instance, because you are continually cutting off any potential damage to maintain your style if your locks are short, it’s less of an issue if you to go to extremes, or backcombing your locks into a trendy spiky ‘do every day.
7. Avoid hairstyles that will pull and put stress on your hair and scalp such as a tightly-pulled ponytail, tiny braids or hair extensions. This is especially important for long-haired men who tend to wear a ponytail every day. If you pull your locks too tightly, especially if you put tension on the same roots day after day, you can actually cause hair loss!