Gently brush your hair extensions twice a day using a soft-bristle brush or a wide-tooth comb. Start from the ends and work your way up to avoid pulling or tugging.

Protect your hair from heat damage by using a heat protectant spray before styling with hot tools. Avoid using heat whenever possible.

Wash your extensions every 2-3 days or when there is significant product build-up.

Only use a sulfate-free shampoo to prevent drying out the hair.

Apply a moisturizing conditioner from the mid-lengths to the ends, avoiding the tapes.

Rinse thoroughly with cool water to seal the hair cuticles and enhance shine.

When blow-drying, use a low heat setting and a diffuser attachment to prevent heat damage. Always hold the dryer at least 6 inches away from the hair.

For curling or straightening, use a heat protectant and choose ceramic or tourmaline tools that distribute heat evenly.

Tie your hair in a loose braid or ponytail while sleeping.

Use a silk or satin pillowcase and bonnet to minimize friction and help maintain hair smoothness.

Before swimming, wet your hair with clean water and apply a leave-in conditioner to create a protective barrier.

Wear a swim cap in chlorinated or saltwater to prevent damage.

After swimming, rinse your hair immediately with fresh water and apply a nourishing conditioner

Adjust your extensions every 2-3 weeks, if necessary.

Avoid using oil-based products near the tapes, as they can weaken the attachment.