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Best types of oils to put on your hair extensions
Though washing your bundles is crucial, so is the after-care process. Selecting the right products to help you lock in the moisture from your conditioner is very important, and that’s where the use of oils come into play. Oils as well as hair serums help with dry and damaged hair, and will also help you to fight frizz.
Not to mention it will leave your hair with a nice glossy finish after styling, but with so many different kinds on the market how do you select the right one for you. Luckily, down below we have arranged a few different options for you to select from.
Different oils for your hair extensions
Argan Oil – sometimes referred to as the Moroccan Argan Oil. This oil is a great choice if you want an oil for daily use, since it is relatively lightweight and won’t leave the hair too limp. It is also a great choice for hair that is prone to frizz, has brittle ends and that is quite dry. What this oil will do for your hair is that it will leave the hair strands nourished all the way through.
Coconut Oil – this oil is by far one of the most popular choices. It helps to bring the hair back to life, while repairing the strands so that they will be relatively stronger. However, it is a little heavier than most other oils, and should be used in moderation so as to not weigh the hair down or cause product build-up.
Castor Oil – Often used as a mixture with other oils, this oil will leave your hair much healthier looking and restored. With consistent use of this oil, you will be able to help fight split ends and hair breakage.
- Olive Oil – this oil is one that will surely help to keep your hair extensions moisturized and balanced. By lightly coating your hair extensions with this oil it will surely leave the hair shiny and natural looking.