How to make your hair extensions for last years

Our 100% human virgin hair bundles last long & feel great. With our bundle deals, you can get affordable virgin hair bundles that can last for years.

Buying good quality hair like ours is an investment, so the best way to get your money worth is by taking care of it. With good practice, your bundles will last for a minimum of 1.5 years.



Don't over do it on the heat:

An important thing to bear in mind when buying hair bundles is to make sure you are buying a hair texture that you're going to be comfortable rocking most of the time.

So, if you want curly hair, then you can choose from our loose, deep wavy and kinky curls. If you want straight hairstyle, then you could choose straight.

Using heat to change up your hairstyle is an awesome way to switch it up. But over doing it. Like with your natural hair, too much heat will essentially fry your hair. It can leave your bundles dry and crunchy.



Wash your hair extensions, regularly.

Most hair extensions wearers choose not to wash their hair extensions regularly out of fear that they'll get tangled and matted. Luckily, when you choose premium quality hair extensions, you can wash them like your own.

We recommend washing your hair extensions based on how often you wear them. If you wear hair extensions daily, we suggest washing at least bi-weekly. Washing our hair refreshes the flow and restores the curl if you might have straightened your curly hair extensions.


Keep your bundles moisturized:

As your beautiful extensions do not grow from the scalp, they do not receive the same natural oils as your real hair. With weather changes and general wear, it is important to keep your hair sealed. For hair that is regularly used, we recommend deep conditioning the hair for at least an hour, once a month.

Store your hair properly:

Protect your hair and ensure it lasts long by storing it properly. Look into purchasing some satin or silk-lined pouches to keep the hair soft and prevent tangling.

If you are doing a sew-in, protect the hair at night. Invest in a bonnet or a headscarf to avoid the hair getting tangled or even worse, matted.


What are some of your tricks to make your extensions last? Let us know over on our Instagram: @Weavegotit.Ca or comment below!

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