How do I revive my Peruvian weave?

What can I use to treat my Peruvian weave?

To refresh waves such as Peruvian loose deep wave hair, spray with plain water, leave in conditioner or diluted curl activator. Do not use leave in conditioner or activator too frequently or the hair will tangle from product build up. Do not use oily or greasy products, it can cause extreme tangling.

How do you revive a dead weave?

It will take some time and patience to detangle, but you can often revive an old weave by detangling it with a wide-tooth comb. Don’t use a paddle brush, or you’ll just cause breakage. Keep the weave damp to prevent further breakage, and start detangling from the ends, working your way up slowly to the roots.

How can I make my weave look new again?

Soak it for 20 minutes in 4 parts water and 1 part apple cider vinegar.

  1. Apple cider vinegar has a lower pH level than your weave, so soaking the weave in vinegar helps restore pH balance and reseal the hair’s cuticles.
  2. Don’t worry about the smell!

How can I fix my Peruvian hair?

Apply your deep conditioner generously and put hair in a plastic bag. Let it sit for 20-30mins or better still, let it sit overnight to achieve maximum conditioning (I personally prefer doing this) Rinse hair with lukewarm water and pat dry with a clean towel. Use your leave-in conditioner and hang to air dry.

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How do you take care of Peruvian curly hair?

Distribute shampoo and conditioner evenly throughout the hair. Always wash my hair going in a downward motion. Apply a deep moisturizing conditioner to your extensions. After washing and conditioning your hair, apply a good leave -in conditioning product, this always helps to keep your hair super soft and moist.

How do you wash Peruvian body waves?

Wash your Peruvian body wave extensions every other day with gentle shampoo and conditioner. Dip in your hair under cold or mild water (do not use hot water) for 5 minutes, make sure it is thoroughly wet.

How do you revive a boiling weave?

Start by bringing a large pot of water to a boil and then add a teaspoon of olive or coconut oil to help moisturize your weave. Then, add about 2 tablespoons of leave-in conditioner to soften the weave. Let it boil for about 10 minutes, then use a pair of tongs to pull your weave out of the water to let it dry.