Start by using a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Please do not be fooled just because you weave is shiny does not mean your hair is moisturized. In fact 80% of African American woman believe they need to moisturize when the hair feels dry. Actually, when it gets to that point the hair cuticles is damaged and dehydrated and now need intensive repair treatment.
After all not many plants can grow in the desert. This trick will help to restore and renew your hair while also cleansing it. Be sure to get a deep condition and then utilize a leave in conditioner after washing. I recommend using a light, leave in conditioner that doesn’t have a lot of buildup which will leave hair damaging residue behind. Spray the leave in conditioner on your hair and allow it to air dry. If you are in a rush, you can gently blot dry hair extensions with a soft towel.
After it dries, you can style it if you wish and wear it out during the day. If you want to be sure to keep the natural wave pattern of your virgin hair extensions, you can braid your hair in one or two braids when you go to sleep. Be sure to tie your hair in a quality satin scarf. Extensions are an investment that should be cared for as you would your hair.