For many African American women, one way to maintain a straight hair style is to wrap their hair at night.
If you do it right, you will get the results you want! However, do you know how to wrap your hair? In general, you can wrap your hair after washing and styling, and then wrap it every day to keep your style. Whether you have a weave or not, you can warp your hair. Now, some useful tips are shown below.
1. Moisturize your hair weave.
Apply some hair lotion in your hand according to the length of your weave, and then rub your hands together, and rub your hair. Warning, you should pay special attention to the root and prompts.
If your hair weave is short, use a little more than a dime size. Otherwise, you can use a quantity that is more than a quarter. Make sure your hair is fully moisturized, but not oily.
2. Brush your hair in the opposite direction of your section.
You can brush your hair to the right, flat against your head, in a beehive-like shape if you wear your part on the left side of your head. Continue to brush the hair around your head to guide it to your ear to the nape of your neck, behind the other ear.
3. Use a hairpin or metal hairpin to guide hair and keep it in place.
This step is very important. This is because that the texture of the hair weaves is usually very good, making it harder for the hair to remain in place.
4. Keep warp in place.
Use some excess lotion to smooth flyaway hairs. To keep your warp in its place, you can place mesh warp net around your head. And, you can place a silk scarf over your head to completely protect the hair.
5. Take out hair.
It is recommended to remove the silk scarf and the wrapping net before taking out hair.
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