Should you wash your extensions? Get expert advice on caring for faux hair. Plus, get sanitary tips for makeup brushes.
How to care for extensions? Female Speaker: Do you recommend I wash these after I took them out? Male Speaker: Try not to wash them too much. You can use an oil and a shine, just don't mat them in the thing, you don't - I mean don't rub them like this. Just really careful when you shove them in, keep them load up like this and have it clean that way. Female Speaker: Okay. Male Speaker: Okay. Oh! There is some more. Female Speaker: And then, what if I want I can't really pull it back, right, because my hair is too short. Male Speaker: Oh! You can twist it and you can entirely clip it back out of the way. Female Speaker: Okay. Male Speaker: Okay and that wraps your shorter hair into your extension. Female Speaker: Perfect, great tip. Thank you. Male Speaker: You are welcome. How to clean make-up brushes? Male Speaker: You just select the quick way like between clients. Put a little bit on your towel, you just do that until it comes clean and this disinfects and synthesizes and gets all the make-up off then you just let this dry. And that's clean. Female Speaker: Oh! Dirty here. Male Speaker: But this is what for between clients like for the once a week which you really should really do a deep cleaning once a week, you'll put a little bit of your cleanser in warm water and do like this because it will suck all pigment out and then press them flat and let them flat dry overnight. I do that once a week.