The Beauty of Raw Burmese Curly Hair: Care Tips and Tricks

The Beauty of Raw Burmese Curly Hair: Care Tips and Tricks

When it comes to hair extensions, there's something undeniably mesmerizing about the natural allure of Burmese curly hair. The intricate, spiral curls are not only visually stunning but also exude an air of authentic beauty. To keep your raw Burmese curly hair looking its best, it's essential to understand how to care for it properly.

Our Raw Burmese curly hair is sourced directly from Burma (Myanmar) and is known for its exceptional quality. What sets it apart are the unaltered, natural curls that have not been subjected to chemical processing. This gives you a raw, unprocessed canvas to work with, offering a more authentic and versatile styling experience.

Care Your Investment:

1. Gentle Cleansing:

- Use our Pretty Rooted moisturizing shampoo and conditioner to maintain the integrity of the curls. You can also soak the hair in warm water for 45 minutes with some drops of our Pretty Rooted Bonding Oil.
- Gently wash your hair, focusing on the scalp and roots. Avoid excessive scrubbing or tangling the curls.
- Rinse thoroughly and use the Pretty Rooted Bonding Oil during styling.

2. Conditioning is Key:
- Apply a deep conditioner or mask to your hair regularly to keep it hydrated and frizz-free.
- Use a wide-tooth comb to distribute the conditioner evenly through your curls.
- Leave the conditioner in for several minutes then rinse.

3. Heat Styling:
- With those beautiful curls they don’t really need much styling, but if you want to use a hot tool use our Pretty Rooted Bonding Oil which is also a heat protectant.

4. Hydration is Vital:

- Maintain well-hydrated hair by drinking plenty of water and using a leave-in conditioner to lock in moisture.
- Use natural oils like coconut or argan oil to nourish your curls.

5. Nighttime Care:
- Protect your curls while you sleep by using a silk or satin pillowcase or wearing a silk bonnet. These materials reduce friction and help retain moisture.

6. Regular Trimming:
- Schedule regular trims to remove split ends and maintain the shape of your curls.

7. Gentle Detangling:
- Use a wide-tooth comb or your fingers to detangle your hair when wet, starting from the tips and working your way up to the roots.

8. Frizz Control:
- To combat frizz, you can use anti-frizz products or consider a curl-defining mousse or cream.

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