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All The Steps To Revive Your 613 Human Weave Hair

Fashion Blog Tue Jun 23 2020

One of the most special and impressive hair colors that is made for the chic girls, which color is it? That is definitely the 613 blonde weave hair color! Indeed, the 613 human hair weave is the color that really can give you a fashionable look, but one thing that we have to deal with is after a couple of time, it is fading away or it looks quite old. How to end this problem? How can we renew it and bring it back to the original state? All of these questions are frequent concerns of many beautiful customers right now. Well, let’s stay in and may we find out together all the tips to help 613 weave always looks great!

1. Co wash your hair before your installation of your 613 weave hair 


Washing your 613 weave hair once again before installation is really important. This helps keep your hair clean before you put it on your head, and it also allows real waves curls patterns, or luster to shine through and keep your hair fully moisturized. Be sure to use color-safe co-wash and allow it to completely dry before installation. After your 613 weave hair dry, you can place it gently onto your natural hair, believe us, this step will not difficult at all once you have your hair cleaned and washed.

 

2. Brushing and detangling your 613 hair weave 


Just like your own hair, before styling, you want to be sure to detangle it first. It may be daunting or even difficult, but it must be done. You can’t wash it or comb with a wide-tooth brush through it all the way without detangling it first. Depending on how tangled and matted it is, you can add some conditioner as you detangle to loosen it up and provide slip.

Before you toss your hair follow these steps to detangle your weave. By following these steps, the task will become more easily and simple.

 

o   Brush your weave from tip to root, untangling all knots and snags.

o   Coat your first section of hair with water and conditioner. We do suggest you mix this is a water bottle. We recommend s 2:1 ratio, meaning 2 parts water and 1 part hair conditioner.

o   Detangle hair from root to tip, combing gently with a wide-tooth comb or paddle brush.

o   Rinse thoroughly, add moisturizer, and let air dry.

 

3. Deep conditioning your 613 hair weave 


Deep conditioning is an essential step in any hair routine, it is one of the most crucial steps in reviving your 613 blonde weave. Deep conditioning is like mini facial for your weave hair, and why don’t we let 613 blonde weave hair have a regular spa day? Deep conditioning hair opens up your hair cuticles and allows products to deeply penetrate the strands bringing back the softness to the hair weave that it is once had. Saturate the strands with product, then use the wide-tooth to comb to evenly distribute the product throughout your hair.

 

4. AVC Rinse 


The main purpose of an ACV rinse is to restore the proper pH balances to your hair. If your hair is lack of pH, it will looks really messy. ACV pH is lower than your hair weave, so soaking your hair wave will help restore the balance and will reseal the cuticles.

 

o   Detangle your weave using a wide-tooth comb. Start from the ends and work your way up to the roots. Also, try a wig brush, this is a brush made specifically for extensions and wigs.

o   Add 1 part apple cider vinegar and 4 parts water to a large bowl. For example, if using 8 cups of water, you will need to use 2 cups of apple cider vinegar. Vinegar removes product and grease build-up that has accumulated on the strands.

o   Wait for about 20 minutes.

o   Rinse out the hair with lukewarm water. Avoid scrubbing, this causes the hair to tangle. Thoroughly rinse the hair from the weft to ends.

o   Use a clarifying shampoo, and rinse out thoroughly. TIP: Just run the shampoo through the hair. Do not scrub and add friction.

o   Use a sulfate-free shampoo and rinse again.

o   Move to applying your deep conditioner to the weave. If you have straight hair a lightweight conditioner is suggested so it won't weigh the hair down. For curls and waves, try using a detangling conditioner.

o   Place your weave into a ziploc bag for 20 to 30 minutes.

o   Remove from ziploc bag and rinse the hair with cool water and allow it to air dry. Cool water is known the seal the cuticle and allows the moisture to be locked in.

 

5. The Boiling Method 


Prepare some items:

Pot to boil water

Ziploc bag (gallon sized)

Hair conditioner

Weightless hair oil

 

Paddle brush or wide tooth comb

First, detangle your 613 human weave hair

Then, coat hair heavily with a conditioner and spray on a light oil. This helps soften the hair and adds a sheen.

After that, fill pot with water and bring to a boil. While the water is coming to a boil, place your hair in a Ziploc bag and close. Make sure there is no air in the bag. Next, submerge the bag in the pot once the water is hot enough. Note: Make sure the pot is large enough. Submerge the bag and boil it for at a minimum for at least 10-15 minutes.

Once done boiling, remove from the bag from water with tongs and place in a bowl and remove hair from the bag.

Take boiling water and pour it on the hair. Place a lid over the bowl being used, and allow it to sit for 1-2 hours.

Once cooled, remove and detangle with a wide-tooth comb.

Allow to air dry

 

Doing these steps will allow you to extend the longevity of your hair. It does not seem too hard, isn’t it? With proper steps and care, you can always revive your hair, allowing your 613 weave hair look new and fresh. 

 

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