Hair Care

19 Tips to keep your Hair Unbeweaveable


We want to make sure to offer you the best quality and hair that will last for a long time. Please read our tips on how to keep you hair Unbeweaveable

        Most important tip!
   1. Ladies cut the ends!
      The weave is Raw, meaning the ends are unprocessed. Cutting the ends will give a healthy and full look. Always treat the weave as         your own hair.

  1. Weave installation
    Please keep in mind it is always important to keep enough space in between the tracks especially in the neck area, it is therefore not advised to double tracks. The hair can tangle when tracks are too close on top of each other.
    Keep in mind that sweat or living in a hot a humid climate can also cause tangling when the hair is too close on top.

  2. Static hair tip
    Sometimes the hair can get static/dry due to the shipment. All bundles are shipped in plastic packages from India. This issue can be solved by simply washing the bundles with Shampoo/Conditioner before the actual Wig or Weave installation.

  3. Bedtime tip
    Comb the weave before sleeping, make a ponytail or big braids. Use a head wrap to keep the weave smooth and flat. If you have natural curly weave, divide your hair into 4 braids to prevent knots.

  4. Brush tip
    Comb the weave well before washing. Start at the ends and work your way up. Brush with care to prevent excessive shedding.

  5. Brush tip
    Use a large toothed comb for Straight and Wavy weave when wet. Comb natural Curly only when it is damp/wet and fully saturated with Conditioner to prevent tangling and use a Curly brush for Curly hair.

  6. Wash tip
    Wash the weave once a week. Divide the shampoo slowly through the weave. Wash the weave in length and do not rub it harshly. Always wash with Shampoo and conditioner.

  7. Wash tip
    Squeeze the excess water after washing out of the weave with your hands. Do not use a towel because the fabric is rough, leaving the hair cuticles in the opposite direction.

  8. Shampoo tip
    I recommend a shampoo that does not foam too much. A lot of foam does not always get the job done. Always rinse the weave well.

  9. Conditioner tip
    Always use a conditioner! A good conditioner is necessary to soften the weave and make it shine. Without a conditioner the weave becomes stiff. Always rinse the conditioner when using Straight and Wavy hair

  10. Sedal:
    Curly tip For Indian Curly I recommend using Sedal. It is a leave-in crème that leaves the Curls soft and defined. Apply it on damp hair and let it Air dry.

  11. Hair dryer tip
    It is recommended to air dry the wig after washing. Use only a blow dryer on curly hair and dry the hair with your head down if you would like more volume. Air drying gives the best results since the blow dryer can cause frizz.

  12. Styling tip
    Use as little heat as possible during the styling. Try not to exceed 375 degrees. Using a heat protectant such as Fantasia Heat Protectant Straightening spray is recommended.

  13. Serum tip
    Use a serum after styling the wig as a finishing touch. Like Biosilk Therapy Original. Do not use much to prevent greasy hair, two drops should be enough.

  14. Flawless curls tip
    Before you curl the weave, I recommend using hairspray. Remember the hair is Raw and not chemically treated. The spray will give the curls a better hold.

  15. Swim tip
    We do not advise swimming with loose hair, make a ponytail or braids to prevent tangling.

  16. Maintenance tip
    We do not advise leaving the weave installation longer than 2 months. It is important to let the natural hair rest in between. Wearing the weave too long could damage the natural hair. The weave can be reused, just do not forget to clean the weave properly.

  17. Anti-itch tip
    Weave can cause itching. Press on your hair with a flat finger to reduce the itching. Do not use a comb to scratch since this can damage the scalp.

  18. Bleaching
    Please note that Bleaching can make the Indian Curls looser. Always consult with a professional. Also advise with a professional for bleaching Indian Straight and Wavy especially if you are not experienced.

Always try a little piece first to test the desired outcome. If you have any questions, please ask.

Please note that Be unbeweaveable has a YouTube channel with lots of educational videos about Raw Indian Hair. It is advised to subscribe to stay up to date


19 Tips to keep your Wig Unbeweaveable

Most important tip!
1. Be careful! The Closure/Frontal are ventilated by hand in India and therefor the most sensitive part of the wig. Make sure your braids are as flat as possible before putting on the wig.

How to put on the wig:

Keep your head slightly bended and hold both sides of the wig. Slide the wig on ( from front to back). Don’t pull the closure to correct the wig, since this can tear the closure.

Wig cap tip
2. There is an elastic band attached at the inside of the wig cap to secure your wig. The wig cap also has two straps.

Lace front tip
3. The lace frontal has already been customized but herewith some tips in case you prefer to customize more. Customizing the lace front is important to achieve a natural look. I advise to place the wig on a mannequin while plucking the hairline. Work carefully and pluck the hairs one by one also in order to avoid tearing the lace. Use tweezers to pluck the hairline. I recommend thinning scissors to create baby hairs. Use a skin-colored panty, Lace tint and concealer to complete the natural scalp look. We have Lace tint available under Haircare products on the website.

Secure the wig tip
4. Secure the wig ladies. Use Got2Be spray and glue or Bold Hold for the best end result.

Nighttime tip
5. I recommend placing the wig on a wig standard or foam head while not in use to keep the wig in shape. You can buy these items in the Beauty Supply Store.

Brush tip
6. Brush the wig well before washing. Start at the end and work your way up. Use a brush instead of a comb to prevent excessive shedding.

Brush tip
7. Use a wide toothed comb or brush  to brush Indian Straight and Wavy textures. Only comb Indian Curly when damp/wet  with a wide toothed comb or a brush suitable for Curly hair to prevent frizziness and excessive shedding.

Wash tip
8. Wash the wig once or twice a week and always gently. Too much roughness can result in a damaged wig cap and loose tracks. Divide the shampoo gently through the weave. Wash the wig preferably laying flat in the sink. Do not forget to wash the wig cap properly. Visit my YouTube channel to watch the video about how to wash Be unbeweaveable’s wigs.

Wash tip
9. Squeeze the excess water from the wig with your hands after washing. Do not use a towel to prevent rubbing the cuticles in the opposite direction due to the rough fabric.

Shampoo tip

10. I recommend a Shampoo that doesn’t foam too much.  Excessive foaming doesn’t always ensure the hairs to be cleaned properly.
Preferably a shampoo without sulfates since this ingredient dries out the hair.

Conditioner tip
11. Always use a conditioner to soften the weave, since shampoo only tends to dry out the weave. Preferably a conditioner without sulfates since this ingredient dries out the hair.

Conditioner tip
12. Use for Indian Curly a leave-in or a rinse able conditioner. Sedal is recommended to achieve moisturized and defined Curls. This product is tested by us and you can purchase Sedal on our website under the Hair Care products section.

Föhn tip
13. It is recommended to air dry the wigs after washing. You can hang the wig using the elastic band that’s attached on the inside.
To create more volume with Indian Curly you can use a diffuser. Please note that if not done correctly the diffuser can make the hair frizzy. Dry the wig upside down for a Diana Ross effect.

Styling tip
14. Use a heat-protectant such as IC Fantasia Heat Protector Straightening Spray when you tend to use heat often. Try Perm or Flexi Rods for heatless curling results.

Serum tip
15. Use Serum as a finishing touch after styling. The serum will ensure shiny and soft hair. Don’t use more than 2 drops to prevent greasiness.  Biosilk is a great brand.

Flawless curls tip
16. The hair is Raw so it’s recommended to use hairspray for extra hold. Without hairspray the curl will fade faster.

Swimming tip
17. Always make sure to wear a ponytail or braid while swimming to prevent the hair from tangling.

18. Bleaching
Please note that Bleaching can make the Indian Curls looser. Always consult with a professional. Also advise with a professional for bleaching Indian Straight and Wavy especially if you are not experienced. Always try a little piece first to test the desired outcome. If you have any questions, please ask.

Knots tip
19. To preserve the longevity of the Frontal and prevent the Frontal as much as possible from shedding since it’s a fragile product, it is recommended to spray a knot adhesive on the inside of the Lace front Wig you can also use the yellow Got2B spray.

Please note that  Be unbeweaveable has a YouTube channel with lots of educational videos about Raw Indian Hair. It is advised to subscribe to stay up to date


 

10 Tips to keep your Closure/Frontal  Unbeweaveable 

        Main tip!
   1. Be gentle and cut the ends!
        The closures/frontals are knotted by hand. The lace fabric can tear, if you don’t handle with care. It is also important to keep in                mind that the weave is Raw meaning the ends are unprocessed and intact. Cutting the ends will give a healthy and full look. 

  1. Wash tip
    Wash the closure / frontal with care. Wash the closure / frontal laying flat in the sink, do not rub to prevent tangling. Remember that the hairs are manually ventilated to the lace net. Always comb the closure / frontal well for washing using a wide toothed comb or a brush. Start at the points and work to the top. Do not comb the closure/frontal while it’s wet. Please visit my YouTube channel for a detailed video on how to wash Be unbeweaveable’s closures and frontals.

  2. Wash tip
    Squeeze the excess water after washing out of the closure/frontal with your hands. Do not use a towel to prevent rubbing the cuticles in the opposite direction.


  3. Conditioner tip
    Always use a conditioner after Shampoo! A good conditioner is necessary to soften the closure / frontal.
    Without a conditioner the  closure / frontal becomes stiff. Since Shampoo strips the hair. Always rinse the conditioner when using Straight and Wavy hair!


  4. Bleaching
    Please note that Bleaching Indian Curly can make the curls looser. Always consult with a professional. If you have any questions please ask.


  5. Bleaching tip  
    Bleaching the knots is optional to give the closure / frontal a natural scalp appearance. Always use a low percentage. If you make sections in the closure /frontal then the black knots are clearly visible. You can also wear a skin color panty cap under the wig cap or use concealer to enhance the ‘scalp’ appearance or to hide the knots.


  6. Bleaching the knots tip
    The lace is officially not made to be bleached. But it’s done worldwide to achieve a natural appearance. Please note that bleaching can make the knots looser, this can result in hair coming out from the inside of the Closure/Frontal.


  7.  Tweezing tip
    It’s a must to customize the hairline to achieve a natural look while wearing a closure/frontal. Make sure to pluck
    without any rush. And try on the closure/frontal in between to prevent over plucking. Also avoid tearing the lace while plucking. The baby hair can be cut with a razor or small scissors.


  8. Styling tip
    To attach the lace front you can use an elastic band on the inside and wig combs. Using glue is optional,
    I recommend Bold Hold or Got2Be Gel and Spray for the best results.


  9. Tinting tip
    If the lace doesn’t match your skin tone. Please use Lace tint. We have this available under Haircare products on the website.
 

20 Tips to keep your Full Lace Wig Unbeweaveable 

1. Be careful!
The Full Lace Wigs are ventilated by hand in India and are therefor sensitive. Make sure your braids are as flat as possible before putting on the wig.

How to put on the wig: Keep your head slightly bended and hold both sides of the wig. Slide the wig on ( from front to back). Don’t pull or force the wig on top of your head.

Wig cap tip
2. There are no wig combs or extra elastic bands yet in the Wig cap. The wigs are made this way in India. After trying on the wig and cutting off excessive lace I recommend adding an elastic band or wig combs for extra security. The wig can also be glued down. I recommend Got2B glue and spray or Bold Hold.

Lace front tip
3. The lace frontal has already been customized but herewith some tips in case you prefer to customize more. Customizing the lace front is important to achieve a natural look. I advise to place the wig on a mannequin while plucking the hairline. Work carefully and pluck the hairs one by one also in order to avoid tearing the lace. Use tweezers to pluck the hairline. I recommend thinning scissors to create baby hairs. Use a skin-colored panty, Lace tint and concealer to complete the natural scalp look. We have Lace tint available under Haircare products on the website.

Nighttime tip
4. I recommend placing the wig on a wig standard or foam head while not in use to keep the wig in shape. You can buy these items in the Beauty Supply Story

Brush tip
5. Brush the wig well before washing. Start at the end and work your way up. Use a brush instead of a comb to prevent excessive shedding.

Brush tip
6. Use a wide toothed comb or brush to brush Indian Straight and Wavy textures. Only comb Indian Curly when damp/wet saturated with conditioner with a brush suitable for Curly hair to prevent frizzyness and excessive shedding.

Wash tip
7. Wash the wig once a week and always gently. Too much roughness can result in a damaged wig cap. Divide the shampoo gently through the weave. Wash the wig preferably by laying it flat in the sink. Do not forget to wash the wig cap properly. Visit my YouTube channel to watch the video about how to wash Be unbeweaveable’s wigs.

Wash tip
8. Squeeze the excess water from the wig with your hands after washing. Do not use a towel to prevent rubbing the cuticles in the opposite direction due to the rough fabric.

Shampoo tip
9. I recommend a Shampoo that doesn’t foam too much. Excessive foaming doesn’t always ensure the hairs to be cleaned properly.

Conditioner tip
10. Always use a conditioner to soften the weave, since shampoo only tends to dry out the weave.

Conditioner tip
11. Use for Indian Curly a leave-in or a rinseable conditioner. Sedal is recommended to achieve moisturzed and defined Curls. This product is tested by us and you can purchase Sedal on our website under the Hair Care products section.

Föhn tip
12. It is recommended to air dry the wigs after washing. Air drying gives the best results. A Fohn can make the hair frizzy.

Styling tip
13. Use a heat-protectant when you tend to use heat often. I recommend a spray instead of a serum or creamy product. Try Perm or Flexi Rods for heatless curling results.

Serum tip
14. Use Serum as a finishing touch after styling. The serum will ensure shiny and soft hair. Don’t use more than 2 drops to prevent greasyness. I recommend BioSilk or the Serum from the Action for my Dutch Customers.

Flawless curls tip
15. The hair is Raw so it’s recommended to use hairspray for extra hold. Without hairspray the curl will fade faster.

Swimming tip
16. Always make sure to wear a ponytail or braid while swimming to prevent the hair from tangling.

Bleaching tip
17. Bleaching Please note that Bleaching can make the Indian Curls looser. Always consult with a professional. Also advise with a professional for bleaching Indian Straight and Wavy especially if you are not experienced. Always try a little piece first to test the desired outcome. If you have any questions, please ask.

Bleaching the knots
18. Bleaching the knots is optional to give the closure / frontal a natural scalp appearance. Always use a low percentage. If you make sections in the closure /frontal then the black knots are clearly visible. You can also wear a skin color panty cap under the wig cap or use concealer to enhance the ‘scalp’ appearance and to hide the knots.

Bleaching the knots tip
 19. The lace is officially not made to be bleached. But it’s done worldwide to achieve a natural appearance. Please note that bleaching can make the knots looser, this can result in hair coming out from the inside of the Full Lace Wig.

Knots tip
20. Full Lace Wigs tend to shed more since the hair is manually ventilated. It is advised to spray a knot adhesive on the inside of the Full Lace Wig you can also use the yellow Got2B spray.

Please note that Be unbeweaveable has a YouTube channel with lots of educational videos about Raw Indian Hair. It is advised to subscribe to stay up to date.

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