Monday, May 16, 2016

How to Wash Peruvian Unprocessed Virgin Hair on Head?

If you have unprocessed virgin hair on your head via a sewn-in or otherwise attached weave, then you may be wondering the proper steps for washing your Peruvian virgin hair and your natural hair while the weave is still attached. The following is a step-by-step guide to washing your Peruvian virgin hair while it’s on your head.

Step One: Wet your hair with warm (not hot) water. First, wet your hair with warm water. The water should be comfortable and not hot.

Step Two: Very gently massage the weave-specific shampoo into your scalp and hair. Its important that you use a shampoo specifically designed to be used with your weave, because treating Peruvian virgin hair or unprocessed virgin hair with standard shampoo may result in too much tangling or even shedding while you wash it. You should be careful to only gently massage it into your scalp and hair, being careful not to rub or tug.

Step Three: Gently rinse, being careful not to pull or scrub. Then, gently rinse the shampoo from your hair and scalp while taking care not to pull at your hair or scrub hard.

Step Four: Apply conditioner to your weave, wait, then gently rinse. A conditioner is an important part of keeping your weave looking healthy and keeping it long-lasting. You should gently apply conditioner for your weave, wait the prescribed amount of time (usually 15-30 minutes) then gently rinse it off.

Step Five: Apply conditioner to your scalp using a q-tip or scalp applicator. You must never ignore the scalp beneath your weave during washing, because this can cause your scalp to become dry or irritated. You should buy moisturizing conditioner to the scalp underneath your weave using a q-top or a weave scalp applicator.

Step Six: Apply a shampoo/water mixture to your real hair using an applicator bottle and rinse. Another thing you shouldn’t ignore is your real hair underneath your weave. It’s important to take care of your real hair to keep it healthy and to help prevent damage underneath the weave. The best way to wash your natural hair while wearing something like a Peruvian virgin hair weave is to create a shampoo/water mixture in a cup, then use a special applicator bottle to apply it to your real hair underneath. Then gently rinse it out, again using the applicator bottle.

Step Seven: Dry your hair with a blow-dryer or let it air dry. Next it’s time to dry your hair. You can either let it gently blow dry, or use a blow-dryer for faster results. If you do use a blow dryer, be sure to apply a heat protective beforehand to help reduce the amount of damage that the blow-dryer does to your unprocessed virgin hair weave.

Step Eight: Apply a leave-in moisturizer serum. Finally, apply a leave-in moisturizer or leave-in serum to your Peruvian virgin hair. This will help prevent it from drying out and becoming dingy and damaged.

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