Jordyn Driggins: She has the absolute best tutorials and her hair always always always be on
Troi Busano: I wanted to know if you still felt the same way? I always use nets with my
sew ins but i hate when my hair starts to stink
Brittney Holland: I don't believe you can get hair clean under a sew-in. Even if you are
washing just to get the scalp clean, there will still be some dirt left
behind. Especially when it's braided to the scalp.
Janice Siffort: How did the hair feel afterwards oily?
DEJHANA RAY: I'm a beginner when it comes to sew ins and right now I have in a verstaile
sew in so I was wondering what do you do about itching?
Brittney M: I love your videos but I disagree about washing the braids. I use a squirt
bottle with diluted clarifying shampoo and squeeze the mixture into the net
and massage as well as I possibly can. After that I either cowash or wash
the extensions and sit under the dryer for 2 hours. I think the moldy smell
comes from not sitting under a dryer to make sure your braids are
Ceecee Sutherlin: I'm a weave newbie nd my question is.. Do it matter what temperature of the
water u wash ur her in?
cocotreasure: buying a defuser tonight! thx for sharing these tips! cant wait to fix this
indian hair i am wearing
K Sun: I will try this way and use astringent in a spray bottle to clean the oil
and debree at the wefts. Thanks sooo much! Lol at me scrubing my tracks
trying to shampoo my scalp through a net.
roxanne r Aquart: NICE
goldenspark4life: I have a weave with a net underneath and I just wash the whole thing like
normal. I don't believe in having dirty hair, it drives me crazy. I wash my
hair once a week and everything is fine and it smells great :D Im just
saying what I do though.
Napurallycreole: i agree
Ashane Lotts: great tips. did you wash the conditioner out or defuse it while it was
still in?? also my extensions were bought straight so if i follow your
steps will my hair come out curly like yours?? let me know.
Greedy Baby: Actually u can was h your entire head only if you have an over the head
Joda Pop: I shampoo my sew in weekly and condition It just takes time girls. Then I
use a nozzle tip bottle to oil my scalp. No need to have funky dirty scalp
ladies. Redo that protective style 4- 6 weeks. My natural hair is amazing
healthy and my head smells GOOD ♥ Say no to build up of weeks of sweat oil
Thanks for vid Ivy you are gorgeous! Peace out.
StarBoxxZee: I have the gvp!!!
Jazmen Richardson: What if you have a closure? You do need to wash your closure, or does it
La'Moya Leak: Y'all all some hating ass britches cuz she can so hair and wash her own
hair shut the freak up and maybe she will do y'all radigy ass heads
I. Lane: you can wash your hair under the net so you can have a clean scalp. first
when you get your sew in use a flexible net instead of a rigid net. then
you use diluted shampoo in a nozzle. rinse your hair in a tub full of warm
water, lay back in the tub and let your hair soak in the water, lightly rub
your scalp to prevent tangling. then when your done sit under a dryer to
dry your braids. my weave always stay fresh and clean
Marshall Tansil: You can shampoo your braids and all underneath there. Your hair will smell
much cleaner! I even shampoo my clients braids underneath their weave.
Tomiko Leigh: Thank you so much. I washed my sew in a month ago, and completely messed it
up. After following your instructions, my hair hasn't looked so good since
I got it done!
theamethyst93: Lol I like the intro
Asausha Shakhan: How many bundles is that ?
letmehitu: This should be called 'How to cowash your extensions" NOT how to wash your
D Azuquitar: Good video I enjoyed watching this
Bree Richards: I agree with not washing your braids! It takes away from the length of time
you can leave your weave in. I made the mistake of washing my braids in my
first sew in and it looked HORRIBLE. It was a really tight sew in too. I'm
not exaggerating. I would head her word and not was your hair with a sew in
unless you plan on unbraiding it and redoing it every month. You will
probably get matting under your sew in.. It isn't "nasty" to not wash your
braids. It's nasty to get mold in your scalp because you cant afford a new
sew in every month lol. Some people are so rude.
Rebecca Alexis: Thank youuuu im gonna do this today
Dee Tee: cute girl yesss
Imani Burke: what edge control do you recommended for people with more frizzy natural
kalimah burns: You are so beautiful
vanessamd2020: Thats gross
Leeah Carter: Where do you get your wigs
Monica Boyd: if you don't mind my asking what is your occupation...i wish i could afford
the hair your wearing! I just want to know how i can get on yur level so i
can buy nice things like that!
WESTCOAST 1994: also, great tutorial!
WESTCOAST 1994: if you cowash the weave, will it make your pillow case greasy.
Tiondra811: What type of brush is that??
Amber Williams: Thanks girl very informative.
Jhonice Lewis: How do you care for curly hair at night?
TopShelfNoChaser: Great vid
Mature Beauty: Good info as always...thanks for sharing!
starbunnyxoxo: Show us how u wash ur real hair under ur sewin PLEASE!!!!
DaisyPatricia: I don't about that hair ivy all your other hair has a beauty glossy look to
it but that hair just does have that beautiful glow but anyways you are
still very pretty and I love your videos
Simply Sunshine: Can a diffuser be used on body wave hair also?