Learn how to wash hair extensions and which products to use to get the bounce back. Plus, avoid raccoon eyes by using a special
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Jay Manuel: When it comes to her hair Jada Pinkett Smith rarely makes a wrong choice. See how you can get a look that never fails.
Female Speaker: Now, one of the things about, when you were weave and you may not want to shampoo it right away, you might want to get you a dry shampoo. Dry shampoos are really good for extensions, because you may not want to shampoo it right away, but you might want to just get the bounce back right in between.
You shampoo it maybe about a week, a week after. But you got to make it tide up every night. You got to treat it it's yours, and dry shampoos are good, and it's like a powder. What it is, it's almost like a baby powder and you use spray it on your hair, you just kind of brush it through and they gives it that body and that bounce back.
Jay Manuel: Jada Pinkett Smith ramps up the drama when it comes to her eyes. Check it how you can get that same radiant look.
Male Speaker: So I am going to take a nice chocolate brown. You want to keep the black around the perimeter of the eyes. You really want to just encapsulate the eye with the black. You don't want to put the black in the crease of the eyes, because then that's where you get the raccoon eye. You want to first layer the eye with the little brown underneath and then start with your black.
So that brown just allows it to fade up, really softly and gently and to the highlight on the brown look.