Hair Care

1. Always comb your extensions upwards from the tips to the roots to get rid of knots with a paddle brush or wide tooth comb. The comb is better as its less likely to rip out hair from the weft.

2. Wash your hair every 1-2 weeks. Virgin hair is more prone to being greasy than our own so its important to keep it clean.

3. Co-washing/ Deep conditioning is VERY important especially with curlier textures it keeps the hair soft and looking healthy.

4. Try to reduce the amount of heat your hair is exposed to by airdrying instead of blowdrying. Blowdrying will get rid of the “natural state” look and blow the curls out of place. Instead of a curling wand or iron, try bendy rollers. If you do decide to blowdry, straighten or curl the hair, use a heat Protectant just to be safe.

5. Just because a product works for your own natural hair doesn’t mean it will be good for your extensions. Avoid greasy or heavy products as it will weigh down the hair.

6. Protect your investment by sealing your wefts. Your guaranteed zero to minimal shedding.

7. If possible plait your hair into one braid before sleeping to keep the waves/ curls intact and keep the moisture in your hair. Also you should purchase a satin scarf or cap to sleep in to help keep moisture in your hair.

8. Our top closures are specially handmade and is fragile. Each hair is individually implanted into the base, knotted, and secured with a strong adhesive. Excessive tugging, brushing/combing, scratching with fingernails or foreign objects, applying product directly on the closure, rough handling, vigorous washing, etc. can cause your closure piece to bald. Just keep in mind that this is not your real scalp so it is extremely important to handle your closure piece with care. You can actually pull the hair out by being rough with your closure or with excessive tension and unfortunately, there is no way to fix this, but to replace it with a new one. So take very good care of your closure and you will get a long life out of it.