Should I use a net for sew in?

What is the purpose of a weave net?

Protects Your Hair From Breakage: It’s very simple – using a weaving net to cover your real strands helps protect your hair from the daily stress of combing, brushing, and styling your extensions because the wefts are sewn onto the cap instead of your actual braid pattern.

How often should you wash your sew in?

A good rule of thumb is to wash your sew in every 7 days, with 10 days being the absolute maximum. Tip: After you clean your scalp, deep condition your extensions to keep the hair soft, tangle free and to revitalize the curl pattern.

Can you go swimming with a sew in weave?

It is important to be careful when swimming with a hair weave, especially if glue has been used to help hold your extensions. Chlorine and other chemicals in the water–as well as salt from the ocean–can break down the glue and build up in the braids. This is not healthy for your hair and it can loosen your weave.

Can I let my sew in air dry?

Before You Install the Weave:

Air dry. Take the weave that you are going to install and wash it. … This will help the weave to be very soft when it dries. Let the weave air dry.

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