We at Extreme Virgin Hair Specializes in Human Virgin hair, especially Brazilian Virgin Hair, Peruvian Virgin Hair and Vietnam Virgin Hair. We obtained Our Raw Virgin Hair directly from only one hair donor and it’s sometimes referred to as cut hair. Our Braids Wigs are genuinely very neat and tightly done for a long-time use.

Maintenance might not be always easy, it's a necessity! Below are some hair care tips that'll help you to keep your bundles and wigs luscious for years.

How To Care For Your Hair

  • Always co-wash your bundles/wigs before you install it.
  • Using sulfate-free shampoo, conditioners, and leave-in treatments, wash your hair and let it air dry. If you need to use heat, be sure to use a heat protectant spray.
  • Wash your bundles/wigs at least once a week to prevent dirt/product build up. If you have bundles installed, we still recommend washing your hair at least once each week, focusing mostly on the roots of your natural hair. Don't forget your conditioners! This will help to keep your hair soft, shiny and silky while you slay!
  • Deep conditioning treatments is your way of thanking your bundles/wigs for the flawless looks they serve. So don't forget this step babes!
  • NEVER comb-out dry hair! If your hair is partially tangled or matted, use a detangler and comb gently from ends to the roots, with a wide tooth comb.
  • Last but not least, wear a satin bonnet, or lay on satin pillow cases to prevent friction, and to keep your hair from drying out while you sleep.

How To Care For Your Lace

How you care for your lace frontals, closures and your lace wigs, depends solely on you and how you wear them. Our wigs can be worn "Glue-less", which means that no glue is needed when installing your units. However, the "Melt Down" trend is highly popular, and it requires lace glue. If this method is not used correctly, it may damage your natural hair, and your lace closures/ frontals and wigs.

With that being said, when removing your lace, you want to be careful, and use proper lace removing products,(lace glue remover).

  • Gently remove your lace with lace removing products.
  • Spray lace remover on your lace, let it sit for a couple of minutes, then gently remove your unit. If you have glue residue on your lace once you've removed it, spray the glue remover on the lace, allow it to break the glue down, then proceed to cleaning the lace with a wash cloth, shampoo and warm water. Repeat the process until your lace is free of glue residue.
  • When washing your lace, DO NOT vigorously rub or scrunch your lace. Instead place the lace under luke-warm running water, this will help to reduce shedding. Wash your lace and hair with your shampoo/conditioner to remove dirt/product build up. Rinse and repeat if needed.
  • Hang dry (air dry) your lace/hair, and style as desired.

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