❦ Wash 1.Wet hair and scalp with warm water. Too hot water can actually strip your hair of essential oils, which can leave it feeling drier and looking duller. And shampoo works best on wet heads and hair. 2.Pour shampoo in the palm of your hand. Putting the shampoo in the hand first makes it easier to apply. 3.Try to massage the shampoo gently into the scalp. When shampooing, it’s important to wash the scalp rather than the entire length of the hair. Washing only the hair often leads to flyaway hair that is dull and coarse. Rubbing shampoo into the hair can break hairs, leading to unhealthy looking hair. 4.Rinse well with warm water until the hair is suds-free. Rinsing well washes away shampoo and dirt. 5.Wrap a towel around the wet hair. This helps to absorb the water. Rubbing hair dry with a towel can damage the hair, causing it to break. 6.Comb out damp hair gently. Use a wide-tooth comb, especially on curly hair. Don’t yank or pull the comb through the hair because that can pull out hair or break the hair.
❦ Sleep We can use the following methods to reduce the tangles of hair when sleeping： 1. Braid Your Hair For most long hair, the best way to sleep with hair extension is braiding your hair. Braid hair can reduce friction and make your hair smooth. 2. Sleep Cap The sleep cap can protect the hair at night because it limits hair movement. When your hair moves less at night, the friction will be less, and the tangle will be less. 3. Use Stain Pillowcase The satin pillowcase prevents hair loss and reduces friction due to its smooth surface. In addition, satin pillowcases keep your hair hydrated and help keep your hair shiny while you sleep. 4. Make a Bun Or A Ponytail The buns will keep your hair in place while you sleep and prevent it from tangling or damaging the extensions.