How To Care For Your Virgin Brazilian Hair
Try to use a wide tooth comb on your. Many people use a brush, but I would recommend not brushing your hair too often because brushing has a tendency to be harsh on the hair and is more likely to pull it out. With high quality Virgin Brazilian Hair, you can expect to have it last for up to 18 months if it is well maintained and taken care of.
If you begin to notice that the ends get dry, use Argan Oil Hair Treatment. Rub it in your hands and apply it to the ends of your hair. Argan oil is native to Morocco and is sometimes referred to as Moroccan Oil. It is instantly absorbed into the hair, penetrating the roots and improving the elasticity of dry hair. The strengthening properties of Vitamin E in Argan oil will prevent damage to your Virgin Brazilian hair.
After washing, you can use a deep conditioning product such as Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Moisturizing Hair Conditioner. Leave the conditioner in your hair for approximately 15-20 minutes. If you have wavy hair, I recommend getting the Herbal Essences Totally Twisted Curls & Waves Hair Conditioner if you want to keep the wavy look.
After showering make sure to blot dry your hair with a towel. While your hair is still moist, apply John Frieda Frizz-Ease to your hair. Once this is completed, make sure you air dry your hair. You can then style it as you wish. If you apply heat to your hair when styling it, make sure that you put some heat protectant spray to prevent damage. Virgin Brazilian hair is natural and can be very sensitive to heat, causing it to dry out and lose its naturally protective cuticle layer. Be sure to wash your hair at least once a week and follow a deep conditioning process.
When you plan to go to bed, take a few minutes to braid your hair into one or two braids and wrap you hair with a silk scarf. This will keep the ends of the hair from fraying. If you have Virgin Brazilian hair, it is always better to keep it in its natural state for as long as possible before you apply any harsh chemicals or dyes to it. I recommend not adding any dyes to harsh chemicals to your Virgin Brazilian Hair if you can avoid it. This will keep it looking soft, silky and healthy for the longest possible time.