*Always wash & condition your real hair before install.
* If you have a dry scalp, apply some type of moisturizer to your hair after washing.
*Gently rinse your hair extensions with warm water.
~Apply a generous amount of shampoo to the hair while holding the weft at the base, gently shampoo in a downward motion, working shampoo from the top down.
* Rinse thoroughly & condition hair in the same manner, allowing sufficient time to air dry.
*We recommend sewing using the over and out method.
*Don’t cut the weft unless absolutely need to, instead, overlap bundles. (If cut, “MUST” be sealed)
*Brush the hair thoroughly after the install.
~When brushing, use a soft bristle brush or a smooth-edged wide-toothed comb.
~Start at the ends of your hair and gently work your way up.
~ Always brush gently in a downward motion in small sections at a time.
~Support your attachment when brushing or combing your hair.
~The more careful you treat your hair, the longer they will last.
*Straight hair, brush starting at the ends working your way up.
*Wavy hair, comb through hair with your fingers, or a wide tooth comb, to keep your wave pattern.
~Part your hair in four, & gently braid your hair, not too tight.
~Braiding the hair loosely helps keep the hair wave pattern.
~For extra waves, you can roller set your hair.
~You can also use flexi-rods for bouncy hair.
*Curly hair, wet hair a little bit if you’re going to want to brush it. If not, run your fingers through it gently.
~You can put your hair in a ponytail.
~You can also put braids in your hair using small parts, braiding tightly.
*Wrap hair nightly with a silk satin scarf or bonnet.
~Never sleep on wet hair, make sure your hair is completely dry before you go to bed.
*Keep your hair clean.
~Hair tangles when dirt and sweat builds up.
~Shampoo hair at least once a week, using a good quality sulfate-free shampoo, with the nutrition of amino acids if possible.
~Please remember that many shampoos and conditioners contain harsh, drying sulfates that are extremely damaging to hair (Sulfates such as, ammonium laureth sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate, etc.)
~Your stylist can also advise of a shampoo that’s best for your hair.
~Stroke down wards from the cuticles to the ends when washing.
~Don’t grasp the root of the hair or overexert the hair when washing.
~Wash the hair with your fingers if possible, and don’t rub or twist hair.
*Important Note: It’s recommended to conditioner wash curly hair 2 to 3 times a week.
*Condition your hair after each wash.
~Conditioner can be used sufficiently to clean the hair.
~Let sit for 15 mins.
~Brush hair from the ends working your way up to the scalp.
~Do not massage the hair.
*Rinse hair thoroughly.
*Let hair air dry if hair is being washed while off head.
~If drying after install, you may sit under the dryer on low heat, to insure proper drying to your scalp.
~Natural drying, keep in shaded area & do not expose hair to direct sunlight too long.
*Never blow dry hair on high heat or use high heat styling tools.
~It’s recommended to use temperature controlled styling tools.
~Heat is one of the biggest enemy for your new hair.
~The more you use it, it shortens the life of your hair.
*If washing curly hair to enhance the curls, scrunch the hair very gently.
~ Do not use excessive oily products on curly hair, it can cause matting.
• Do not comb or brush curly hair when wet, it can cause frizz or tangling.
*Always use a brush or wide tooth comb to style your hair.
*If desired, apply an Alcohol-Free hair serum for shine as needed or desired.
~Don’t overdo it because they’ll become greasy easier than your natural hair.
*Wear a cap, or keep your hair out of water when swimming.
~Chlorine and salt water can cause the hair to tangle and mat up.
* At least once a week, go through the rows of your braid base and gently apply moisturizer to hair with scalp cream or oil.
*Braided hair can become very dry and matted together, so you must use a product that softens, oils and moisturizes your braids under your weave continuously.
~Most people don’t have the time or patience to remove their hair the right way.
~The average consumer thinks it’s too costly to visit a salon to undo or “take down” a style.
~So, she pulls, she tugs, and ultimately damages her own hair when it’s time for removal.
*Please do not rush when removing your weave hair; it will only hurt your real hair.
When removing your weave hair, if you are not completely comfortable taking it out carefully, please consult your professional stylist.
Please understand that it’s imperative that you properly care for your new hair, just as if it were your real hair. Because of the fact that our hair is “Real Hair”, cut from a “Real Human Donor’s Head”, the hair nutrient transport has been cut off. This makes the hair lack essential nutrition that keeps the hair from naturally tangling & becoming frizzy.
Please follow our hair care tips above so that your new hair can last the maximum time it should, & still look as good as it did when you first received it.
We’re here to answer any hair care tip questions you may have. Enjoy your new hair, worry free…