Tips and Tricks

Caring for your virgin straight hair extensions:

De-tangle and brush before washing your hair

Shampoo hair at least once a week, Use a leave in conditioner

Use a quality name brand shampoo and conditioner with low PH balance

Wash and condition hair in a downward motion.  Do not massage or rub the hair against itself.  Use your fingers between the wefts in a horizontal motion to clean your scalp.

Squeeze out excess water and air dry hair.  Remember heat can be damaging and will shorten the life span of your extensions

Gently comb hair with a wide tooth comb. Begin combing small sections at the ends, working up towards the scalp.

It is recommended to let the hair air dry naturally but you may use a blow dryer set on cool or low heat temperature.

If you must use heat, be sure you use a small amount leave in conditioner first.  Not too much, as it can weigh down and/or tangle hair

Prior to going to bed, we recommend you wrap, braid, plait, pin curl or roller set your hair

NEVER sleep on wet hair.  Make sure your hair is completely dry before going to bed

Sleep on a satin/silk pillow case or with a satin/silk cap or scarf.

 

Caring for your virgin wavy/curly hair extensions:

De-tangle and brush before washing your hair

Shampoo at least once a week

Use a moisturizing shampoo with low PH balance

Do not massage or rub the hair against itself. Wash in a downward motion. Use your fingers between the wefts in a horizontal motion to clean your scalp.

Spray hair with a leave in conditioner & scrunch up hair gently to reform curl

Finger style or use a wide tooth comb only, when hair is damp

It is recommended to let the hair air dry naturally, leave it alone.

DO NOT comb dry curls or waves, you will disrupt the curl pattern

Do not use oily or greasy products

Before going to bed, we recommend you braid, plait, pin curl or roller set your hair

NEVER sleep on wet hair.  Make sure your hair is completely dry before going to bed

Sleep on a satin/silk pillow case or with a satin/silk cap or scarf.