Weave Your Wet And Wavy Hair To Its Full Potential

We’ve already talked about Hair types and the Hair Extensions that go with each one. Whether your tresses are curly, straight, wavy, or kinky, there’s a set of Hair Extensions, hairpieces, sew-in, or even a wig for you. But what if you want to spice things up and add a little drama to your usual hairstyle? Do you need to buy two different types of Weave if you want bouncy, riotous curls one day and sleeker, straighter locks the next?

Not in the least! All you need are Wet and Wavy Hair extensions or hairpieces (virgin Indian human hair is preferable), a few common equipment’s, and these simple steps to get hair that transforms naturally from straight to curly and back.

1: Brush It Loose:

The beauty of virgin Indian Wet and Wavy hair is that it curls and relaxes naturally without the use of chemical treatments or a lot of effort. It’s easy to get your Wet and Wavy hair weave to curl up; simply wash or dampen the hairpieces, and they’ll develop waves or curls on their own.

If you want to straighten those curls out for a sleeker look, simply use a round brush to smooth out the waves slowly and carefully. Start with the tips of your dry hair extensions, combing the hair down and under, in little portions (about 1 inch thick at most). Although you will use a round brush instead of a paddle brush or a wide-toothed comb to detangle natural Black hair, the procedure is very similar. Make sure the hair is tightly secured in place, whether on a wig head, your head, or bundled together in the case of weft hair, for the greatest results.

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2: Bring The Heat:

If you have deep wave hair extensions, you may need to straighten them out using a flat iron. To avoid wasting motion or heat, make sure the hair is tightly placed, held in your hand or on a wig head. To achieve the best results, set your iron to the lowest setting possible (you don’t want to burn your hair extensions) and brush out part of the curl as indicated above before flat ironing. This will aid in the preservation and protection of your Indian hair.

Set The Dryer Too Hot Setting:

To create your straight appearance on dry locks, use a comb or brush attachment and a blow dryer set to the Warm setting. Do not, however, attempt to wash, blow-dry, and flat-iron your hair all at the same time. Wet and wavy hair droplets are made to rotate when wet, and the more you wash it, the more it becomes curly. So, if you want to straighten your hair extensions, cleaning them will simply make your job more difficult in the long run. Instead, cleanse the hair with a waterless shampoo before straightening, or simply wait a few days after washing.

Straightening Wet Or Wavy Hair:

Consider that straightening wet or wavy hair repeatedly helps to draw out more and more of the curl and that you’ll need a lot of heat or time to get these locks silky straight. So, if you want to achieve a day-to-night transition or plan to alter up your look frequently, you might want to invest in two distinct weave hair textures.

A Wet and Wavy weave, on the other hand, can meet all of your needs and then some with just a little effort for most ladies who seek a little diversity. Why don’t you try some right now?

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