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Hair Care

Pre-Installation

Always wash the hair before installation with-out cutting off the plastic tie.

During the wash, be sure to run your fingers through the hair in a downward motion.

Let air dry

Once dry, the hair should be tangle and shed-free.

Installation

For Machine-Wefted hair:

We advise our clients NOT to cut the weft even though they are double stitched. If you do, we recommend sealing the cut part with weft glue.

We also recommend not sticking the needle through the weft because this can cause shedding to occur.

When brushing the wefts, make sure to hold the top to prevent any tensions from pulling and to always start from the ends working your way up.

Daily Maintenance

Natural Straight/Body Wave

Gently brush or comb hair using a hair extension brush (loop) or wide tooth comb starting from ends working your way up to the root.

Use alcohol free products, low heat settings on hair tools, and heat protectant products for extra protection.

To help hair from tangling overnight, arrange hair in loose braid on either side or back of head (depending on how you normally sleep to avoid laying on hair as much as possible.)

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Fashionable Hair Extensions

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Avoid going to bed with wet hair because this can cause tangling and matting.

Natural Curly

Lightly wet the hair with a spray bottle, then using an extensions brush or wide tooth comb, gently work from ends to root.

Curly wavy hair usually has a drier hair texture so while the hair is wet gently smooth over a leave-in conditioner or hair oil to help prevent frizzing throughout the day.

Be careful not to use an excessive amount.

Use alcohol free products, low heat settings on hair tools, and heat protective products for extra protection.

Do not brush through hair when it is dry because it will cause frizz. If needed, work through with a large wide tooth comb.

To help hair from tangling overnight, arrange hair in loose braid on either side or back of head (depending on how you normally sleep to avoid laying on hair as much as possible.)

Avoid going to bed with wet hair because this can cause tangling and matting.

How to Wash Hair

Depending on the amount of products being used, shampoo at least once a week.

Use a shampoo with a pH balance between 4.5 and 5.5 and preferably sulfate-free.

To prevent any mineral build up from unfiltered or hard water, wash your extensions with cool purified or soft water.

Hold hair in a vertical position while massaging shampoo in a downwards position.

Because the hair strands are not receiving essential vitamins from the scalp, use a conditioner that is moisture-rich.

While conditioner is in the hair, comb through hair from ends to scalp using a wide-tooth comb.

Rinse thoroughly and let extensions air dry.

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