After 2.5 weeks it was past time to wash the weave hair. .
It was holding up well, some tangles on the bottom near my neck but otherwise all good.
I did not plan to wash my actual hair (I'd do that later)
Several spots were starting to mat together like this. I figured the best thing to do would be to detangle just like I detangle my own natural hair.
The weave hair is prone to being super dry if you don't keep up on it, so I decided to deep condition with Castor Oil and conditioner mixed. Castor is a heavier oil, so I thought it would work great.
I sectioned my hair and added the mixture to each section.
Once done with each section I looked like this
I covered with a plastic bag (use a conditioner cap if you have one) and went about my daily chores
Before detangling, I "dry" washed each section with castile soap in the sink. Meaning I added the castile soap on top of the conditioner and gently washed each section, focusing only on the weave hair. No clue why I did this…my thought was that detangling directly in the shower would rip the weave hair off the track, so I was trying to start the process and clean off some of the conditioner before I got into the water.
Then I detangled still outside the shower with my: Denman brush, detangling pick and the end of my rat-tailed comb.
And this is what the sink looked like afterward! Not much hair loss considering
Stay tuned, I'll be right back with more photos of the end product.
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