Hair Care: Prevent Your Hair Extensions from Getting All Tangled Up


When you need longer hair and you don’t have time to wait for your tresses to grow, the better variety of natural hair extensions offer a good alternative without ever having to chemically alter your natural hair. These natural extensions come in different colors and textures, as well. They are, however, not heaven-sent all-in-one solutions immune to getting tangled. When they do tangle, it can cause itching that’ll be troublesome to deal with. Here are a few tips to minimize getting your extensions all tangled up.

Brush, Brush, Brush!

Perhaps the most important tip on this list is brushing. Brushing your locks regularly prevents tangling, and, ideally, you should do so about 2-3 times a day. Brushing is vital since the typical hair can lose its natural oils from the scalp—oils that specifically prevent dryness and tangling— and brushing your hair redistributes the oil in the scalp. Choose a brush with softer bristles that runs well on hair extensions to prevent shedding.


About Virgin Hair Fixx

Lathon Harney has over 10 years of customer service and management experience. Not only will you be working with someone who is passionate and outgoing, but someone who is motivated to help you get the most out of your investment. Our company rep has mastered the ability to assist you the right way the first time. With his training and knowledge you will always gain confidence knowing that you have been fixed up with all that you are looking for. He is responsible for solving any issues and any problems that you might have. In addition you can trust that all orders will be properly processed for your pleasure.

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