Wear and Care
Remember, hair extensions require maintenance. The better you take care of your hair, the longer your extensions will last.
Always use a Hair Extension brush insuring the hair does not pull or catch on the extensions.
Brush 2-3 times a day and before showering or wetting hair. Hold the roots of your hair with one hand while brushing in a downward motion with the other. Brush gently, and pay particular attention to the bonds.
Use a high quality, sulfate-free, color-safe shampoo & conditioner. Sulfates will dry the hair extensions out and may also adversely affect the extension bonds. Do not do a deep condition.
Apply all oils and sprays from the midshaft down avoiding the bonds completely. Don’t chemically process the hair.
Do not wash your hair too much. I recommend washing the hair as infrequent as possible. Certain hard or mineral intense water may also deteriorate bonds or the condition of the hair.
Do not go to bed with your hair wet. Instead, place your hair in a loose ponytail or braid once completely dry.
Overuse of heat tools will damage hair just like with natural hair. Use heat protectant products with every use of hot tools.
Stay away from salty and chlorinated water, as this will eat away the bonds that are holding in the hair extensions.
Some slippage is common. If you are losing more than 10% of your extensions please call for an appointment so I can locate the issue.