When it comes to applying for colored extensions, many people believe that is a one-time task. However, if you acquire human hair that is made from human hair, though, you’ll have many things to do that you thought. Because of coloring your hair, no matter what type you have maybe a tricky and time-consuming operation and you have to take some maintenance to keep them looking good.

 First of all, let’s find out How long do hair extensions last?

The lifespan of Az’s hair extensions can range anywhere between 3 to 6 months to a year or longer, depending on how well they are cared for and how often they’re worn. Keep in mind that the more you wash and heat style your extensions, the shorter their lifespan will be, so try to keep the washing and using heat products on your extensions to a minimum. The important thing to remember is that your hair extensions don’t have a natural hydration source like your own hair does, so keeping them hydrated and reducing dryness is critical to extending their lifespan.

It’s crucial to understand how to color extensions correctly before learning how to care for your colored human hair extensions. When done correctly, coloring human hair extensions can last a long time, so How to color your extensions?

It’s important to remember that you can only dye human hair. Because synthetic hair is manufactured, synthetic extensions cannot be colored. You must wear it exactly as it is. If you choose colored synthetic hair, you won’t have to do any serious care. The most you’ll have to do with synthetic hair is brush it and possibly condition it to keep it from tangling. If you don’t want to pay for human hair extensions, the best alternative for you is to get synthetic hair in the color you choose. If you’re going to color your human hair extensions, keep in mind that it’s a process. Lightening human hair extensions might be difficult. If you want to bleach your extensions, be aware that it will be a more difficult process than conventional coloring. Before going on that journey, seek advice from a specialist. If you’re going to color your human hair extensions yourself, be sure you know what color you want. Make sure you understand and look up what that color looks like when completed on human hair extensions. Don’t let the appealing color in stores tricks your eyes and turn it into a complete disaster.

What About Maintenance?

Maintaining a hairstyle, especially when color is included, may be difficult. Make sure you’re aware of the upkeep requirements while working with colored extensions. Colored and processed hair will require more support than other types. Here are some tips to help you take care of colored hair:

1. One of the most important things to consider when taking care of your extensions is to ensure that you are using the proper products. Use conditioners and shampoos that are made for color-treated hair extensions. Be sure to check the ingredient listing and ensure you don’t see the words: SLS, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Alcohol Denat, Ethanol, SD Alcohol 40, Propanol, Isopropyl, and Propyl.

Using the wrong type of shampoo can make the color of your extension fade due to the sulfates and alcohol in it. These substances deplete the hair’s natural oils, making it drier and more susceptible to tangling and matting. Long-term use of these substances might compromise the integrity of the hair, severely reducing the lifespan of your hair extensions. Most hair dye firms make shampoos and conditioners to use with their products, so it’s a good idea to buy them because they won’t harm your hair.

2. Use virgin human hair extensions if possible because they have not been chemically processed so there will be a low chance of getting damaged during the dyeing process.

3. Avoid UV RAY and HEAT

Direct sun exposure and UV rays have been shown to be not only detrimental to the hair, but also to fade the color. The sun naturally lightens the hair and breaks down the chemical bonds in hair dye, robbing the hair of its color and causing the color to fade. To prevent this from happening, especially during the summer, we recommend taking precautions such as wearing a hat in the sun or using UV-protective cosmetics.

If you use heat on your hair, it’s critical to use a heat protectant. If you’re going to use a blow dryer or straightener, make sure your hair is completely dry before applying heat. Whether you’re using extensions or genuine hair, you’ll want to take extra care of the hair you’re styling. Use a leave-in conditioner to prepare your hair for the heat, then finish with a heat-protecting hairspray. Applying heat-protectant to your hair will not only extend the time between treatments but will also help your hair maintain the style you desire for longer than usual. Using heat on colored hair has been shown to dry out hair, and with extensions, you risk having a matted, dry kind of style. Avoid this by taking precautions to protect your extensions when working with them.

4. Preventing Tangling and Washing

 While AZ Hair extensions are made of 100% human hair, matting and tangling are common with all types of hair extensions, not just your natural hair. This can occur as a result of a lack of consistent brushing, as well as weather or dryness. Sweat, heat, and friction are all frequent causes of extensions tangling and becoming matted throughout the day. Also, keep in mind that when human hair is constantly moving around it mattes or ‘clumps’ together in pieces and should be brushed consistently to avoid this.

You don’t have to wash your extensions as often as your original hair because they aren’t exposed to the oils produced by your scalp. The fewer times you wash your extensions, the longer they will last. After 30 wears or once a month, we recommend cleaning them.

It’s critical to moisturize your extensions as much as possible before washing them. Because hair extensions lack the natural nutrients and oils that our own hair possesses, it’s critical to keep your set nourished and moisturized at all times by utilizing alcohol and sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners. Before and after shampooing, we recommend using a moisturizing sulfate-free and alcohol-free conditioner. Skip the shampoo and just co-wash your extensions on occasion.

When washing, be gentle with the extensions and avoid rubbing them forcefully. Always finish by rinsing the extensions in cold water to seal in moisture. After you’ve finished, gently squeeze any extra water from the extensions and avoid rubbing your extensions dry with a towel.

Here is the tutorial on How To Take Care Of Coloured Hair.

And Finally!

With a good routine, you can wear your extensions for months on end and enjoy fuller, thicker, and healthier-looking locks.

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