Even the best human hair extensions need a regular maintenance schedule in order to keep looking their best. This maintenance does not just include regular visits to the stylist for touch-ups and maintenance. It also means that the human hair extensions need to be taken care of on a daily basis to prevent them from getting dirty, polluted or infected. This damage not only affects the looks of the human hair extensions, but can also adversely impact the natural hair – sometimes on an irreversible basis. The most basic home regimen for maintaining human hair extensions involves combing, brushing, shampooing, conditioning and moisturizing them. While how often you have to visit the stylist for a touch-up to your human hair extensions is determined by the type of hair and the application method, these visits can be made less cumbersome and inexpensive provided the basic grooming is done at home on a regular basis. If the stylist does not have to attend to the basic grooming chores, then all she needs to focus on – and charge for – are the touch-ups to the human hair extensions. These latter are necessary because when natural hair grows out, you need to remove or replace some of the human hair extensions to make way for it.