After you buy virgin hair from Nadula, congratulations you have made the right choice.Because all of our Virgin Remy human hair can be dyed, straightened, curled, washed or blow-dried just as your own hair and still remain healthy. Most of our human hair extensions are black or natural black color because black human hair extensions are the original color for the virgin hair, it has never been treated with any harmful chemicals, and it is accepted by almost all the customers.But some of our customers want to change the color of it after they wore for a period of time.Maybe they want to bleach it to a light color and want to be a different look.There is no reason why not.It is human nature to love beauty, especially for women. Isn't it?
But there is a question you need to care, that is your hair will look dry after being bleached.That is the common gender for all the human hair extensions.
When virgin Brazilian hair bundles or other texture hair is bleached, the original color is completely lifted, moisture and nutrients are removed along with it. It can be a nuisance to find that your newly lightened hair has become dry and difficult to manage. The key to treating and styling bleached hair is to moisturize whenever possible. Use hydrating products while washing, styling and touching up your hair on a daily basis. With the right moisturizing techniques, your hair will be on its way to regaining a soft and lustrous finish in no time.
Wash Brazilian Remy virgin hair with a mild hydrating shampoo. Lather at the nape of the neck and the scalp with your fingertips, but avoid the ends of your hair. Rinse completely in lukewarm water. The shampoo will cleanse the ends of your hair as it is rinsed, without removing moisture with a harsh lather.
Apply a deep-conditioning mask to your hair from root to tip once a week. Opt for a natural oil-rich mask formulated for chemically treated hair. Allow it to sit for five minutes, then rinse completely.
Gently squeeze your hair dry with a towel, rather than rubbing it furiously.
Work a dime-size amount of leave-in conditioner into your hair from mid-length to the ends.
Apply a hair oil or serum to the ends of your hair. Opt for an oil treatment if you have naturally coarse hair or a serum for finer hair. Either will penetrate the hair shaft to lock in hydration and add shine.
Comb your hair from root to tip with a wide-toothed comb to evenly disperse the products.
Allow your hair to air dry as often as possible. If heat is required, let your hair air dry until it is nearly dry, then blow dry on low heat to minimize damage.
Touch up your hair with a small amount of oil or serum whenever necessary.