Combing and detangling your weave is all in the technique. Never rip your comb through your weave, this form of detangling is asking for trouble. It is good to remember that the tracks are sewn onto your hair and being rough could damage your natural hair. The more you pull and tug through the extensions, the more you can damage your hair. Pain while combing or detangling is never a good since. It would be terrible if your hair was to fall out from tugging on the extensions. Although it is rear for a person to go completely bold from managing a weave improperly, it is much more common for a person to remove the weave and the frontal edges of their hair along with the removal of the weave. Just how you would begin to detangle or comb your own hair, always detangle from the bottom up and preferably while wet. Synthetic weaves can get tangled badly, so it is best to go with human virgin hair.
The most important thing about picking your extension or weave, starts with the selection. If you’re a weave newbie, you will want to go for a texture that mimics your own hair. It will make adjusting to your new style easier. Also, you will want to go with extensions that last a minimum of six week (hint virgin hair). To avoid scalp irritation, tangling, and shedding 100% virgin human hair is your best bet. Make sure you pick great quality hair that can give you the results you’re looking for. Buying high quality hair is an investment, a very stylish investment. Good Luck and enjoy your new weave!