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This Guide On How To Keep Weave From Tangling

This Guide On How To Keep Weave From Tangling

Fashion Blog Sat Sep 26 2020

Hair extensions are a great way to add length to your hair or try a new hair color and style. However, it is important to maintain the weaves to keep them looking beautiful. You need to put in some effort to make them last longer. Those who are new to weaves may not be aware of the importance of maintenance and can end up tangling the hair.

As a weave is made up of dead hair, it does not get the natural oils from the scalp and can get tangled and damaged easily. It can be frustrating to handle knots and tangles of hair. 

Combining these tangles can loosen the weaves so you should try to prevent your locks from getting tangled. Here is what you can do to reduce tangling in your hair extension. 

How To Avoid Tangling?


To maintain the beauty of the weave, it is essential to brush the hair every few hours. This is a great way to keep them free of tangle. Also, use the right tools when brushing the hair. Consider brushing the strands from the end to the roots and not the other way. 

This prevents the hair from tangling and shedding and protects them from developing split ends. Tangling results from knot formation which you can clear by combing. Brush the hair at least two times in a day. 

Choose The Right Products

Not every hair product is safe for your weaves. For example, products containing sulphate and paraben can take the nutrients away from the hair. See that you always use the shampoo and other products made specifically for extensions. 

Try to find products that give the weave the moisture it needs to stay smooth. Alcohol can also pose danger to your extensions. Avoid using products that contain alcohol. Look for something that maintains the softness of your hair. 

Deep Condition

Moisture is quite important for weaves. Using a deep conditioner gets you adequate moisture. So, consider using a conditioner once in a week. If the hair has moisture, it is less prone to tangling. 

Avoid Tools

Though hair extensions are meant to facilitate styling, some tools and methods can be harmful. You should avoid using hot tools that rip off moisture from the hair. Consider drying the weave naturally. 

Don’t use hot styling tools frequently. If you happen to use them, get a heat protectant spray. If using a dryer, select the lowest heat setting. 

Night Regimen

Sometimes the hair gets tangled as you move your head during the sleep. So you should consider using a pillowcase and headscarf made of satin so that frizz is not formed. 

You can also tie the hair in a bun before going to sleep. This will ensure the hair doesn’t get rough. 

How to Detangle Your Weave

At times, your hair can get tangled due to some reasons. Though you should always avoid tangling, here is how you can detangle the locks.


It is not advisable to detangle the whole head at a time. Divide the hair into small sections to make it easy to handle. 

Consider parting the weave into four sections. You can start detangling the sections towards the bottom part to the forehead. 


Spray the water from a bottle and a conditioner onto the sections of your weave. Then, brush the hair from ends to the roots using a wide tooth comb. 

Keep detangling smaller sections of the hair one by one until all the hair is detangled. Use your fingers to remove the knots if you find any. 


Once you have detangled the weave, brush it using a good paddle brush to straighten the sections. Give it some time before styling again. Then, see that you use the right products as they can affect tangling a lot. 

Tips to Avoid Tangling

Here are a few things you should consider when using extensions to make sure you don’t end up tangling your locks. 

Packing the hair with moisture is a great way to get rid of frizz and avoid tangling. However, you should avoid over moisturizing the hair as product buildup can further damage your weave. 

Use a gentle shampoo to wash your hair. Do not rub the weave when washing. Also, see that you don’t swirl the head in the water. 

Take proper care when trying to detangle the hair. Co-wash at least twice a week using a moisturizing conditioner. Leave the conditioner on for at least 10 minutes. Never try to detangle the hair when it is dry. 

If you have taken the right precautions and still find tangles in your weave, your weather might be the reason. If the atmosphere has humidity, consider using an anti-frizz serum and a conditioner to keep the hair moist and tangle-free. 

We hope this guide helps you prevent your weave from tangling. If you know how you should treat your extensions, you can effortlessly enjoy a great hair experience. 

>>> Read more: Two-Strand Twist With Extensions and Weave: Everything You Need To Know <<<

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