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Co-Wash: Before installing your hair extension, always co-wash it. It is always best to wash your hair with a mild conditioner. Please use products that are sulfate-free. Avoid shampooing your hair unless the hair has excessive dirt or product buildup.
Condition Weekly: Conditioning your extensions weekly is essential for all our hair as it helps keep it soft, smooth, and moisturized. After washing the hair, use some leave-in conditioner so that the hair doesn't get dry. Always make sure that your hair products are sulfate-free.
Detangling: Detangling your hair frequently is essential. Use your fingers to run it through and detangle your hair tangles. Avoid using a comb unless it is necessary. Always use a wide-toothed comb to comb your raw hair. Detangling your hair before and after you wash it and before you go to bed can prevent it from getting tangled and hair breakage.
Satin Bonnet: Cover your hair with a satin bonnet while going to bed. You can also use a satin pillowcase while sleeping to prevent your hair from getting friction.
Hairstyling: Heat styling is something that almost all women love to do. However, heat is the worst enemy of your hair. Since the hair extensions have no way to get nutrition like your regular hair, using heat will strip away the cuticles from the hair and cause severe damage. Air dry your hair. If necessary, use a hairdryer only with cold air. Use heat protectant if you like to heat style.
Coloring: Avoid coloring your hair often to keep your hair extension's cuticles intact. Hair cuticles are very important in protecting your hair. Thus, coloring your hair often strips away the hair cuticles causing hair damage.
Keep It Tied: To avoid your hair getting tangled, always keep it tied. While traveling, keep your hair tied in a hair bun or ponytail. Once you reach the destination, you can untie the hair bun and enjoy your hairstyle.
When installing, we suggest using the fold-over method so that wefts are not damaged and can be easily reused.
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