How to Hydrate Dyed Extensions

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Any time you have hair extensions that have been heavily processed with color, as they always are, you need to really take special care in hydrating them thoroughly more than your own hair. Hydrate dyed extensions with help from trainer and distributor for Racoon Midatlantic in this free video clip.

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Hi, I’m Monica Robertson. I’m going to show you how to hydrate dyed hair extensions. Any time you have hair extensions that have been heavily processed with color, as they always are, you need to really take special care in hydrating them thoroughly more than your own hair. But, with some systems, you don’t want to overload the actual scalp with conditioners, because sometimes it can make the extensions slip, depending on what kind of system you have. So, you first want to shampoo, wet the hair thoroughly, use a very mild extension-approved shampoo, work it up into a lather. Rinse it thoroughly until all the bubbles run clear. Then, apply an extension-approved conditioner beginning at the ends and working up to the mid-shaft, and just softly through the top like that. You don’t want to do it any other way. If you require extra hydration, you can always put a little Moroccan oil or something like that on the ends before you’re styling. And, that’s how you hydrate dyed hair extensions.

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