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Now that you have your own set of Luxy Hair extensions, it is critical to correctly care for them in order to keep them looking beautiful, silky, and shining. Luxies can stay anywhere from 3-6 months to a year or longer if given the correct care and attention. How to Wash Clip-In Hair Extensions

Luxy Hair extensions are produced with 100 percent remy human hair, however they don’t need to be cleaned as frequently as your own hair because they don’t receive natural oils from the scalp like our own hair. The less you wash your extensions, the longer they will last in general. You can wash them as often as you like, but we recommend just washing them when there is a lot of product build-up.

If your extensions are getting increasingly difficult to style, this is most likely a sign that they need to be washed due to product build-up. After 30 wears or once a month, we recommend washing them. For complete instructions on how to properly wash your Luxies, watch the video below or scroll down for step-by-step instructions.

 

We’ll show you how to clean your extensions thoroughly, as well as how to restore moisture and gloss, in this blog post. Keep in mind that the fewer times you wash your extensions, the longer they will last. Continue scrolling for a step-by-step guide or watch our fast video tutorial below.

 

Here Are Some Amazing Ways On How to Wash Clip-In Hair Extensions

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Brush your extensions first.

Brushing out your extensions before getting them wet is the first, and arguably most important, step. This reduces the likelihood of tangling while washing your hair and afterwards. We recommend brushing your extensions from bottom to top to carefully remove any stubborn knots without pulling the hair out. When working with your hair extensions, we recommend using a wide-tooth comb or a soft bristle brush.

The best approach to comb out hair extensions without causing damage is to use a loop brush designed exclusively for them. Hair is not pulled or snagged on the comb because to the looped bristle design. When brushing, reducing the amount of fallout.

Place your wefts neatly on top of each other in a bundle, similar to how you did when you initially received them, in preparation for the wash. This will ensure that the hair does not tangle with the clips while being washed.

Step 2: Get your sink ready.

Make sure your sink is spotless, then stop the drain and fill it halfway with lukewarm water. We don’t want the water to be too hot or cold.

Squirt around 2-3 pumps or a small handful of shampoo into the water and swirl it around to evenly distribute the product. To guarantee that the color of your extensions is retained, we recommend using hair products that are alcohol-free, sulfate-free, and developed for coloured treated hair or extensions.

Hair extensions can be easily cared for with our Wetline products. They provide a multitude of benefits for your hair, from washing and hydrating to detangling and mending, and always leave it feeling silky smooth. Furthermore, these cruelty-free and vegan hair products aren’t just for hair extensions; they can also be used on natural hair.

Step 3: Shampoo each weft individually.

Before and after shampooing, we recommend using a moisturizing sulfate-free and alcohol-free conditioner. You may even skip the shampoo and just use conditioner to co-wash your extensions!

To avoid tangling and to ensure that each weft is fully washed, wash your extensions one at a time with shampoo. If you’re short on time, tie the extensions together with an elastic and wash them all at once.

Use our Charcoal Detox Shampoo to remove product build-up and maintain hair and scalp clean. While chemicals like activated charcoal and apple cider vinegar provide a deeper clean than other shampoos, this product will not remove hair of its natural oils.

When washing blonde hair, use purple shampoo to help brighten and preserve the color. While a purple-colored shampoo may appear strange, the pigment actually prevents brassiness and neutralizes yellow tones, giving it a salon-fresh appearance. Pure violet pigments and hydrolyzed rice protein are combined in our Balancing Purple Shampoo to promote natural shine, tensile strength, and moisture retention.

To begin, hold the weft in one hand at the top, submerge it in the water, and gently wash the hair with light strokes, massaging the shampoo into the hair. When washing the extensions, be gentle with them and avoid rubbing them vigorously as you would your real hair. After 3-5 minutes, properly rinse. After washing the weft with shampoo, place it neatly on a towel and continue the process with the remaining wefts.

 

Step 4: Prep each weft.

It’s time to condition the wefts after they’ve been shampooed. Apply a good amount of conditioner from top to bottom to each weft, rubbing the product into the hair thoroughly. Leave on for 5-10 minutes, then thoroughly rinse each weft. In general, the more time you leave it on, the better.

Because it is carefully developed for everyday usage, we recommend using our High-Gloss Smoothing Conditioner. This conditioner will detangle and de-frizz your hair while adding a healthy dose of shine. Organic baobab oil, shea butter, and aloe vera work together to replenish moisture and strengthen dry or damaged hair.

Step 5: Use a hair mask or deep conditioner.

This step is essential for keeping your hair extensions nice and hydrated. Take a substantial amount of the hair mask in your hand and work it into each weft from top to bottom, just like you did with the conditioner. Bundle your extensions and carefully coil them before placing them in a shower cap to allow the product to soak in and work its magic overnight. This will help to keep the dampness in the room all night.

Use our Length Repairing Hair Mask to hydrate and nourish hair for the greatest results.

Step 6: Rinse each weave thoroughly.

Rinse each weft completely the next morning, making sure there is no conditioner residue on the hair. A common blunder is simply washing the hair halfway, which results in “the slip”–that slippery, smooth feeling after conditioning. This is a no-no because it leaves product on the hair, weighing it down and making it look greasy when dry.

Rinse each weft with cold water after washing it out to help shut the cuticles of the hair and seal in the moisture, making the extensions shinier.

Step 7: Allow your extensions to air dry.

To begin, gently squeeze any extra water from the extensions, being cautious not to wipe them dry with a towel, as this can cause severe damage and breakage. Whenever feasible, we recommend air-drying your extensions. When air drying your hair, use a microfiber towel to eliminate excess water faster and avoid roughing up the hair (which can also cause tangles).

Place all of the wefts on a flat surface and carefully pat away any excess moisture. Applying a small bit of hair oil to each weft to keep the hair manageable and silky smooth after it dries is a good way to avoid frizz.

Our Luxurious Shine Hair Oil absorbs quickly and adds healthy shine without weighing hair down. Organic coconut oil helps to prevent protein loss, while kukui nut oil gets deep into the hair shaft to fight frizz.

If you must blow-dry your extensions, spritz them with a heat protectant spray first. This will help to extend the life of your hair extensions.

Use a little spray like our Heat Protectant Primer for the greatest effects. This microemulsion spray speeds up drying time and protects against thermal damage up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s also appropriate for both wavy and straight hair.

The most important thing is to make sure you’re blow drying on a cold setting to avoid heat damage and that you don’t brush your hair until it’s at least 90% dried. When blow-drying, begin by concentrating on the root of the weft and working your way down to the ends. Blow-dry your hair downwards to smooth the cuticle and keep it from becoming tangled from being blown in so many different directions.

Comb each weft in step eight.

Combing wet hair is generally not recommended because it is at its most delicate; however, you can make an exception to ensure that your extensions dry straight. Brush a wide tooth comb or Luxy Hair Loop Hair Extensions gently through each weft. Brush from the bottom up.

Allow the wefts to dry before returning to find clean, smooth hair extensions that are ready to clip into your hair.

 

How to Wash Clip-In Hair Extensions

How to Wash Clip-In Hair Extensions

 

There you have it, Here Are Some Amazing Ways On How to Wash Clip-In Hair Extensions

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