It’s on just about every hair extension maintenance card but, more often than not, it is probably the most overlooked step. We can’t stress this enough. Co-wash before installation, co-wash before installation, co-wash before installation! While most hair companies wash and deep condition the hair once its been received from their vendor, the hair can often be sitting around for weeks and months until it is purchased from you. You can’t always assume that the hair has been washed a second time before delivery. Co-washing the hair when you get it can really give it that moisture it desperately needs.
One thing to also keep in mind is that the hair you’re receiving was on someone else’s head at one point in time. As such, you should want to be absolutely sure that there are no bacteria or smells lingering. For those that also purchase hair that’s been chemically processed, you want to get in a good wash to make sure that no chemicals from a perm or dye were left behind as leaving them in may irritate your scalp.
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