Going natural? Make paste of henna powder and yoghurt. Apply combination on the head and leave it until is totally dried. Then wash hair thoroughly. You could also skip shampooing completely and go no-poo” , but I've yet to look that much myself. Don't put your wig over moist or damp scalp. It generates a breeding floor for germs and fungus. This may also provide perfect conditions for mildew due to the heat and water.I've generally washed it about 24 hours before colouring. You want clean but dry out hair. The largest culprits behind destroyed wild hair are hot tools. Stop over-styling flowing hair. Instead, adopt a few natural methods to curl and straighten flowing hair. The mixture should be considered a smooth paste. Use this blend on the head and along the length of nice hair as well.On a final note, these tips will surely demonstrate excellent results if you are regular while using it and don't procrastinate when it comes to the treating hair to make them healthy and beautiful. So, take note and use the wild hair products wisely. my 10 occurring 11 season old has almost midsection length VERY curly hair. She also didn't like to have it comb/brushed.Weaves get a bad rep for the damage they can cause. But if you properly care for your hair underneath, weaves can be a great way to add fullness and span, change up your lifestyle or give your natural head of hair a rest from styling. Follow these simple steps and you'll reduce damage and optimize development! Eggs are packed with proteins that help nourish nice hair while mayonnaise helps calm frizz and smoothes hair out. The regular use of the hair pack can help repair protein harm and restore the health of your hair.I felt the preferred in u-part wigs because they appeared as if weavons and didn't give me an apparent wiggy” look. For this reason, U-part wigs are the only kind of wigs I wear I get many compliments whenever i wear extensions and most people are shocked when I inform them I am actually using a wig and not a weave. Hello there Brenda. I'm again. Lol. I've relaxed hair. I just wash my wild hair with hair shampoo but I I have decided to start out a healthy locks trip. And I read about Cowashing I'd like to know very well what oils would you consider investing in your conditioner to Cowash.