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How to Care

 

It's very important to take good care of your hair to keep using long time, below are some brief introduction

IMPORTANT: Treat 100% human hair extensions gently.

1. Wash and condition hair regularly, at maximum of 3 times a week. This will keep the moisture in from shampooing while at the same time not drying them out from over shampooing.

2. Combing hair gently before washing. Do not rub or twist hair.

3. Add mild shampoo to cool water or warm water about 35 (Please do not use hot water) and swish hair till clean. Rinse thoroughly.

4. Blot out excess water with towel and allow hair to dry naturally. Do not expose to sun

5. Comb curly hair gently with your fingers from end to top. Do not brush

6. Hair may be tangled if general care directions are not followed properly.

Important Note:

Brush the end of hair first, then the middle, and the top at last. DO NOT brush directly from the top and pull hard, it will break the hair. Regular care will keep the hair in good condition and avoid tangle problem, improper dyeing or other chemical process will damage the hair and cause tangle and shedding problem. Please wash the hair with warm water before proceeding dyeing.

 

 

 

Details of Hair Extension Maintenance Tips

Straight Hair:

Maintenance
• Shampoo at least once a week.
• Use a shampoo no higher than pH 7.
• Dilute one ounce of shampoo in a bowl or jug with a pint of warm water.
• Sponge the shampoo into the hair.
• Do not massage.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Apply conditioner and comb hair, starting with the ends working your way up to your scalp.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Let air-dry.

Daily
• Brush or comb through to style.
• Use styling aids, such as mouse, gel, and hairspray in moderation (preferably alcohol free products).

Sleep
• Before going to bed, braid your hair into one loose large braid at the back of the neck.
• After waking up, undo braid and comb through beginning at the ends and working your way up to roots.


Natural Body Wave Hair

Maintenance
• Shampoo at least once a week.
• Use a shampoo no higher than pH 7.
• Dilute one ounce of shampoo in a bowl or jug with a pint of warm water.
• Sponge the shampoo into the hair.
• Do not massage.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Apply conditioner and comb hair, starting with the ends working your way up to your scalp.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Let air-dry.
• Style as desired.
• For extra wave, hair can be set in rollers.

Daily
• Brush or comb through to style.
• Use styling aids, such as mouse, gel, and hairspray in moderation (preferably alcohol free products).

Sleep
• Before going to bed, braid your hair into one loose large braid at the back of the neck.
• After waking up, undo braid.
• Dampen hair with a water bottle.
• Comb through beginning at the ends and working your way up to roots.
• Let hair air-dry.
• Style as desired.
For extra wave, hair can be set in rollers.


Permed Curly and Natural Curly Hair

Maintenance
• Do not use oil products on permed hair, it can cause matting.
• Do not brush or comb hair when dry, it will cause frizz and the ends may tangle.
• Shampoo at least once a week.
• Use a shampoo no higher than pH 7.
• Dilute one ounce of shampoo in a bowl or jug with a pint of warm water.
• Sponge the shampoo into the hair.
• Do not massage.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Apply conditioner and comb hair, starting with the ends working your way up to your scalp.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Scrunch up hair gently to reform curl.
• Let air-dry.
• Style as desired.

Daily
• Brush or comb through to style.
• Use styling aids, such as mouse, gel, and hairspray in moderation (preferably alcohol free products).

Sleep
• Before going to bed, braid your hair into one loose large braid at the back of the neck.
• After waking up, undo braid.
• Dampen hair with a water bottle.
• Comb through beginning at the ends and working your way up to roots.
• Scrunch up hair gently to reform curl.
• Let hair air-dry.
• Style as desired.


Specific Conditions

Static:
• In colder months, you may experience some static. The best way to deal with this is to dampen your hands with water, and rub hand together so they are warm. Run the palms of your hands over your hair, without actually touching your hair. This process should help control the static.

Swimming:
It is not recommended that you swim with extension hair. However if you do the following precautions are recommended.
• Never wear a swimming cap or anything that covers your hair, the friction may cause matting.
• Before swimming comb out tangles.
• Braid hair into one braid at back of neck.
• Try to keep head above water.
• Do not swim under water.
• No diving.
• After swimming keep head out of shower.
• Immediately after showering undo braid, comb hair and let air-dry.
• Follow with appropriate shampooing and conditioning as needed.

Sauna:
• Braid hair into one braid at back of neck.
• The water of the sauna will penetrate the hair and wet it.
• Do not wrap hair in towel, which will compress it.
• After sauna keep head out of shower.
• Immediately after showering undo braid, comb hair and let air-dry.
• Follow with appropriate shampooing and conditioning as needed.

Sunbathing:
• Braid hair into one braid at back of neck.
• After sunbathing do not unbraid until hair has cooled down.
• After hair cools, undo braid, comb hair.
• Follow with appropriate shampooing and conditioning as needed.

 

Miscellaneous Tips:

• Although the extension hair is real, it is not receiving nutrients from the scalp like your own hair. Heat is your hair extensions biggest enemy. The more you use on it, the shorter the life span of your hair. We cannot guarantee that the hair will remain silky if you use the blow dry, flat iron, or curling iron often. 

• When you sleep, we highly recommend that you braid, wrap or ponytail your hair together to prevent tangling. This will save time that would be spent untangling the hair the next morning.

• When washing the hair, always wash it going in a downward motion. Use your fingers in a horizontal motion between wefts to clean your scalp. When rinsing, do the same to be sure that all the shampoo and conditioner residues are washed out.