Goddess Locs Crochet Hair 14 Inch River Fauxs Locs #1B Black Wavy Crochet With Curly Hair
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※Item: Goddess Locs Crochet Hair 14 Inch River Fauxs Locs Wavy Crochet With Curly Hair
※Hair Material: Professional heat resistant fiber hair
※Hair Color: #1B Black
※Hair Featural: 24 roots/Packs
※Hair Length: 14inch, Very Soft, Healthy and thick
※Hair Type: Goddess Locs Crochet Braids Hair
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Q1: Can I swimming with hair?
A: yes,the hair can be in water, it is good quality , dont worried.
Q2: Can I change the hairstyle by dipping them in hot water?
A: The hairstyle is complete, please do not change it.
Q3: Dose a crochet needle come with this ?
A: Yes, good gift for you, it comes with a crochet needle .
1. Wash and deep condition hair regularly, one/two weeks a time is OK.
2. Detangle the hair gently by hand before washing to prevent shedding.
How to avoid tangling?
You should wash your hair with mild shampoo and conditioner weekly, don't use hair dryer. If you feel a little Buttercup, you can use some apple cider vinegar and a little water to apply it, which will also make your hair supple. Just use your hand to comb the hair to avoid tangles and shedding.you can use it for longer.
How to preserve the crochet hair?
Although the style can withstand a lot, you still need to make sure that you preserve your crochet hair. This includes sleeping and showering with a bonnet or scarf on, moussing when necessary, and spritzing when needed. If you are wearing braided or twisted crochet hair, moussing stray hair down will probably be the way to go. If your hair is curly, then spritzing the hair with water and moussing the hair every now and then will be a necessity.
How to wash your hair?
Simply diluted shampoo in warm water, ran it over my scalp, and scrubbed. After rinsing the shampoo out, diluted some leave in conditioner in water and ran that over my scalp as well. Sat under a hooded to dryer and applied oils to your scalp once your hair was dry. Remember, drying is an important step because you don’t want hair to mildew!