Detangling Tips for Hair Replacement Systems
When the hair in your hair system gets tangled, it can mean a lot
more than just a few extra minutes of combing in the morning.
By detangling your hair system the wrong way, you may
inadvertently be diminishing the condition and life span of your
Safe, Do-It-Yourself Tips
Simple, safe and
tips that every person wearing a hair replacement system can use to get
minor hair tangles out.
- Before getting into the shower,
wet your head and brush
all the hairs toward the same direction. This adds moisture to the
strands and will ease friction while washing.
- If your hair
tangled before you get in the shower it helps to dilute your shampoo
with just a little bit of water before applying. This will also make
easier to rub the shampoo in to the hair.
- Using a
comb or a specially designed Vent Brush in the shower while you
will help prevent hair strands from intertwining and getting caught
Professional Detangling Procedure:
May cause damage to hair system. The following process is identical to the one commonly used by professionals in the hair replacement industry for detangling most human hair systems. However, it is recommended you consult your hair system manufacturer before proceeding. This is a relatively simple process, but may result in permanent damage to your hair system if executed improperly.
What You Will Need
- Large sink with access to hot water
- At least 2 gallons of hot tap water
- 1/4 cup of Clorox bleach
- 1/4 cup of regular household ammonia
- Wide tooth comb or Vent brush
For best results, use…
- Measuring Cups
- Rubber Gloves
- ProTouch Hydration Shampoo