A weave gives you a brand-new look by adding instant length and body to your mane. Tacky, rubber-based glue keeps a weave from falling off your scalp. If some of that glue gets in your hair, though, you'll find that it works a little too well. Some people use oil to get the glue out, but that turns your hair into a greasy mess. A silicone spray or keratin glue remover is much more effective.

Step 1

Spritz your hair with silicone spray. Alternatively, smooth some keratin glue remover over your hair.

Step 2

Massage the glue remover or silicone spray into your hair so that all glued areas are thoroughly covered. Wait a few minutes to allow the glue to soften.

Step 3

Run a fine-tooth comb through your hair from the roots to the ends. If necessary, apply more silicone or glue remover directly to your hair, then comb it through.

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Step 4

Rinse your hair with lukewarm water, then shampoo as usual.