An easy way to remove hair extension glue is to soak it in almond oil, wait 20 minutes, and remove the adhesive with a comb. This 35-minute procedure requires almond oil, a small bowl, a pastry brush, a shower cap, a comb, baby wipes, mild shampoo, conditioner and a towel.Know More
Pour 1/2 cup of almond oil into a small bowl. Close the bottle of oil.
Dip a pastry brush in the almond oil, and paint it over the extension glue. Swab liberal amounts of oil over all of the glue deposits.
Slip a plastic shower cap over your hair, and let the oil loosen the adhesive for 20 minutes.
Remove the shower cap, and comb through the glue deposits. After each stroke, wipe the comb on a pre-moistened wipe to remove the adhesive residue.
Shampoo your hair with clarifying shampoo. Massage it firmly into your roots, and concentrate on the areas you treated with almond oil. Rinse with warm water, and then apply a light conditioner. Leave the conditioner on for 3 minutes, and rinse with cool water.
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