Although pure synthetic hair is relatively cheaper than human hair, pure synthetic hair looks extremely fake and we cannot use heat to style it. Here, you can try Kanekalon hair, for its price is suitable and it offers a more realistic appearance than synthetic hair. What’s more, it is not difficult to care for Kanekalon hair.
Regularly wash hair, avoid building dirt and styling products that can cause your extensions to slip and look dull. When washing, you have to concentrate your cleaning focus on your scalp. Kanekalon don’t require the same cleansing that your own hair does since it is not real hair. While washing, the extensions will be cleaned as suds from your scalp.
To help with detangling your extensions after washing, you can apply a leave-in conditioner. For curly or wavy hair, you can use your gingers to gently comb through. Beginning at the ends of your hair, detangle hair and move toward your scalp.
For regular conditioning, you can use braid spray. Although these sprays are created especially for extensions, you can use them on weaves and other styles using Kanekalon hair. To keep your hair moisturized and soft without creating excessive product buildup, you should spray your hair every two to three days.
It is recommended to use satin accessories at bedtime or satin pillowcase. Twist hair into a loose bun, and tuck it under a satin scarf or sleep cap, preventing extensions from rubbing against your bedding and becoming frayed and loose.
Do not leave your extensions for too long. The time that you can keep your Kanekalon extensions depends on the style you have. If you want to remove extensions, you should consult your stylist to prevent problems like hair loss or damage to your scalp and hair.
It is recommended to use a clarifying shampoo to wash your extensions.