1. Clean weaves and natural hair separately.Washing your natural hair once a week, and washing your weave twice a month should be sufficient in most cases.
2. Get any existing tangles out of your hair.Using the Magic Comb or your fingers, get any snags out of your hair. Hair weaves can be notorious when it comes to tangling, so delicately smoothing it out is necessary for a proper cleaning. Begin from the roots at the top of your head, and gently brush downward. Make sure to keep the brushing in a relatively fluid motion; that way, you’ll minimize the risk of tangles.
3. Give your hair a warm rinse.Pouring warm water on your head and parting your hair from the center will make it easy to identify the wefts (individual parts of the weave) in your hair. That way, you’ll have an easier time trying to figure out which parts of your head you should be focusing on the most.
4. Give your hair some shampoo.Weaves tend to need more attention and meticulous care than your natural hair, as they’re not being regularly supplied with the same oils from your scalp. Rub some of your favorite shampoo into your scalp; from there, you can gradually tease the weave with the shampoo, stroking it downward.
5. Add some conditioner to your hair, following the shampoo.There’s a good chance you would use conditioner following shampoo as part of any hair routine; because hair weaves aren’t naturally with oil however, conditioner becomes that much more important. Apply it in the same way as you did with the conditioner, starting from the top, and applying it downwards.
6. When the hair is almost to wet ,use the hair dryer and big Modeling Comb (or Hair Rollers) together on the wavy hair to make the style you want ,so after the hair is dry ,the wavy will be much bigger and more beautiful .then put the Essential oil and Elastin on the hair to keep the wavy style last longer.