Yes, because most hair extensions are made from real hair. You can really use any shampoo/conditioner on hair extensions. … After gently combing through the extensions, wash the conditioner out using cold water.
What shampoo should not be used on hair extensions?
Never use a moisturizing shampoo or a shampoo for ‘dry damaged hair’ etc. Never ever use Pantene, Tresemme or Timotei or other supermarket shampoos.
How do you wash your hair with extensions in?
You should only ever wash your hair and extensions with lukewarm water. Once your extensions are wet, use 2 – 3 pumps of a sulfate-free shampoo to wash your hair. Be careful that you don’t wash the hair too vigorously, especially near the bonds or clip.
Why do hair extensions need sulphate-free shampoo?
On any kind of hair, sulphates can act as irritants and strip hair and scalp of natural oils. When it comes to extensions, whether they are human hair or synthetic, sulphates can shorten their life, and affect their integrity. So, we recommend always using a sulphate-free shampoo.
What happens if you use sulfate shampoo with extensions?
They’re cruelty-free, climate-friendly and help maintain colour as well as being sulphate-free. This is cruical when picking out products for any do’s that have extensions, as products that include sulphates can damage the hair extensions and essentially make them loosen and fall out – and nobody wants that.
Can you wash your hair with extensions glued in?
The adhesive used to bond a glued-in hair weave is not water-soluble and is perfectly safe to wash. A well-cared for glued-in weave will last roughly one to two months before the glue begins to loosen. During that time, you will have to wash your hair regularly to prevent salt, dirt, and mold from accumulating.