Why are my extensions knotting?
Hair extensions are prone to product build up so if you are not thoroughly rinsing the extensions after washing, product will build up and will make the hair extensions look greasy or feel waxy which will make it difficult to run your fingers through your hair and this is what causes them to knot.
How do I stop my hair extensions from knotting?
You can prevent your hair extensions from knotting and tangling by gently brushing the ends of your hair at least 2 to 3 times a day and by making sure your hair is moisturized regularly. Moisturized and frequently combed hair are less likely to knot or tangle.
How do I stop my hair extensions from clumping?
How To Stop Your Hair Extensions From Matting
- Make Sure You Apply Them Properly.
- Use The Right Products.
- Loop Brush Regularly.
- Clip Them A Little Bit Higher.
- Nourish Your Hair.
- Don’t Get Them Wet.
- Utilise Your M+B Box.
- Avoid Backcombing Them.
How do you brush severely matted hair?
Run the bottom blade of the scissors along the underside of the mat, then gently tug at your hair to remove loose strands. Use a wide-toothed comb until the severe mats and tangles have been straightened out. Switch to a fine-toothed comb or a brush to remove any small knots that may remain.
Can I let my extensions air dry?
Hair extensions can be air dried which can cut down on styling time and give your hair extensions a break from heat styling, however you should only do this is you are wearing micro ring, nano ring hair extensions or weft hair extensions, and your hair should only be allowed to air dry during the day.
How do I stop my hair extensions from matting?
Preventing Your Hair Extensions From Matting/Tangling At The Root
- Never sleep with the extensions wet or damp.
- Do not massage the scalp during washing, slowly stroke the shampoo into the hair.
- Wear hair in a plait when sleeping.
- Separate the bonds daily – try to get it into your morning routine so that you do not forget.