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Human Hair Extensions Leave In Conditioners

Types Of Leave-In Conditioners

Hair extensions are a great accessory, not only can they make your hair appear longer, but they are also great for adding thickness to your hair. Although extensions are gaining popularity, many people feel confused when it comes to caring for them. However, you may be surprised to learn that caring for your hair extensions is not as difficult as you may think.

Hair Extension Hair Care ProductsWhen you decide to purchase some extensions from Hair Extensions-Australia, it is important that you are willing to take the time to care for them properly. If you've ever seen hair extensions that look less than healthy, then you understand the importance of giving your extensions the attention they deserve.

When you don't take care of your hair extensions, it shows. And even if you don't notice it, you can be assured that other people will be able to tell.

Many people make the mistake of taking great care of their real hair extensions, but when it comes to their extensions, they tend to neglect them. When you do this, your extensions lose their luster, and you end up with dull, dry looking extensions.

Although it may be difficult to believe, it is possible to keep your extensions looking healthy for a long time. Here are some of the best ways to preserve the life of your hair extensions.

Leave In Conditioners

Leave In Conditioner

A popular method of caring for hair extensions is regularly using leave-in conditioners. When you think of leave-in conditioners, you may be thinking about the conditioner that you use in the shower after you wash your hair, however, leave-in conditioners are not nearly as heavy.

Spray leave-in conditioner is probably your best option because the last thing you want to do is put products in your hair that are going to leave it feeling weighed down. You shouldn't have so many products in your human hair extensions that you have to wash it on a daily basis, so try to find a product that will work well with the texture of your extensions.


Serum Based leave In Conditioners


Serum Based Leave In Conditioner

Another popular type of leave-in conditioner comes in the form a serum. However, you have to be careful with this type of leave-in conditioner because many serums contain a lot of alcohol.

Many people don't realize that alcohol in hair products in bad because alcohol dries out hair and leaves it looking damaged. You want to always choose products that are going to replenish lost moisture.


Oil Based Leave In Conditioners


Oil Based Leave In Conditioner

Sometimes, you can use a very lightweight oil such as avocado oil or argon oil as a leave-in conditioner. You want to make sure you only apply a small amount of these types of oils when the human hair extensions are wet because you don't want your hair to look oily.

However, if you can't seem to find the balance of how much to apply, then it is best to skip that step.

 


Heat Protectant Leave In Conditioners


 

Heat Protectant Leave In ConditionerAnother type of leave-in conditioner you can use on your extensions is a heat protector. This type of product is beneficial because even if you use the most technologically advanced heat styling tools, any type of heat styling can still damage your hair. When hair is damaged, it loses its shine, and when extensions are damaged, you have to replace them more often. A heat protector gives your hair a layer of protection against heat styling tools.

 

 

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