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Can you swim with Hand-Tied Hair Extensions

While it is technically possible to swim with hand-tied hair extensions, it's important to take certain precautions to ensure that your extensions stay looking their best. Hand-tied extensions are typically more delicate and can require more maintenance than other types of extensions, so it's especially important to be careful when exposing them to chlorine or salt water.

One option to protect your hand-tied extensions while swimming is to wear a swim cap. This will keep your hair and extensions dry and protected from the harsh chemicals in the water. Another option is to keep your hair up and out of the water as much as possible. This can be done by wearing a top knot, braids, or a loose bun.

After swimming, it's important to rinse your hair and extensions thoroughly with fresh water to remove any chlorine or salt water. Use a gentle shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for hair extensions to keep them clean and hydrated. It's also a good idea to apply a leave-in conditioner or hair oil to help prevent tangles and keep your extensions looking smooth and shiny.

While it's possible to swim with hand-tied extensions, it's important to remember that they are more delicate than other types of extensions and may require more care and maintenance. If you're unsure about how to care for your hand-tied extensions, consult with your stylist for advice and guidance on how to keep them looking their best.

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