From standing up for a balanced budget and cutting wasteful federal spending to fighting against Congressional pay raises—and donating his raise to charity—Jim Matheson is a fiscal conservative.

Growing the Economy and Cutting Red Tape

Jim believes Utah deserve a government that works for them and supports the businesses that grow our economy and create jobs. That’s why he fights for business-friendly policies that help the private sector grow, and create good paying jobs with benefits.

Standing up for Utah families

Jim believes in the values of faith, family and duty to community. As a sixth-generation Utahn, a husband and a father, Jim is committed to working for what’s right and following his parents’ rule that honesty is the only policy in public service.

Your Hair Extensions

Hair extensions can instantly transform your look and give the appearance of long, luscious hair. There are many types of hair extensions available which vary in price and quality, but there is one thing that all kinds of hair extensions have in common, which is that they require proper maintenance.

By knowing how to care for your hair extensions, you will ensure that you will get the most out of them and keep them looking healthy and natural for as long as possible. Below are some tips on how to care for your hair extensions properly.

1. Be Gentle With Your Hairbrush

Brushing your hair too aggressively is one of the easiest ways to accidentally rip out your Eden hair extensions, let alone cause hair breakage. Not only will this ruin your extensions, but this can also be extremely painful for your scalp. Brush gently but thoroughly and use a hairbrush with soft bristles.

2. Wash Your Hair Less Frequently

For those who have hair extensions which use adhesive or glue, it is important to reduce the amount of times you shampoo your hair to once or twice a week. This is because harsh shampoos can damage the glue or adhesive over time, drastically reducing the longevity of your extensions.

Another option is to use dry shampoo. Dry shampoo will keep your hair both clean and healthy without wearing out the adhesive or glue used to attach your extensions.

3. Learn Some Basic Hair Styling

If you’re someone who has always let their hair air dry with minimal styling, it may be time to learn how to use a curling iron or hair straightener. This is because no matter how high the quality of your hair extensions, they are not going to behave the same way your natural hair does. Your natural hair may want to curl while your extensions fall in subtle waves. By knowing how to style your hair, you ensure a uniform look which appears natural.

4. Keep Your Extensions Moisturized With Hair Oil

Your own hair has natural oils which keep it soft, shiny and healthy. However, your hair extensions do not produce natural oils, and therefore it is important to keep your extensions moisturized. Using a hair oil a couple times a week will keep your hair extensions looking as shiny and healthy as the rest of your hair.

While hair extensions require some maintenance and changes in your beauty routine, the effect is worth it. Extensions add volume and length to your hair and are an easy way to change up your look with minimal effort.