Want to know how to take care of Brazilian hair and the Brazilian knot?
Use mild shampoo to wash hair from the scalp to the tip every one to two weeks, for the hair does not receive the protection or moisturizing effects of the natural oils. Do not rub your hair or pile it over the head to wash it. You can try a dry shampoo at your roots between washings, if you have an extremely oily scalp.
Wash yourself near the scalp, and gently massage hair to protect it from bacterial growth and stimulate blood flow. Do not ignore the gentle but thoroughly scrub since Brazilian knot can make the scalp have a greater degree of freedom of work.
Every two to four weeks, apply a moisturizing conditioner after every shampoo and a deep conditioner. Made from natural human hair, the Brazilian weave will respond to deep conditioning, repairing the cuticle and restoring smoothness and shine.
Blot your hair with towel. But, you should rub it. If possible, allow it to air dry. The Brazilian weave will bounce back after washing with little or no hair product.
Use hair products according to actual needs. But, avoid product accumulation as far as possible. Do not use harsh shampoos, for they will strip the weave of its natural moisture, leaving the hair brittle and dry.
Use a wide-toothed comb or a hair extension loop brush to comb out the hair from root to tip.
You are able to work close to the scalp because of the extremely small sections of hair if you choose to have the Brazilian knot technique applied as well. However, you should work gently and work in small sections if you want to remove difficult snags near the scalp.
Style hair according to actual needs. In order to avoid damaging the hair, you can heat style sparingly. However, with a blow drier or curl with rollers or a curling iron, the Brazilian hair will straighten.