FAQ

The most important thing to remember about your hair extensions is to treat them like you would your real hair.
• ALL HAIR TEXTURES:
-Wrap your hair nightly with silk scarf or bonnet (doing this helps lock in moisture and eliminates unnecessary shedding/tangling).

-Under your scarf your hair should be twisted/braided into pigtails/plaits (this helps the hair from matting and tangling while sleeping).

-ALWAYS use heat protectant before using any kind of heated styling tools (if not used your hair can becomes very brittle and produce split ends/breakage and frizzy/dry hair).

-CONDITION your hair at least once every week; SHAMPOO your hair once every 3 1/2 weeks. (timeframe may vary depending on amount of styling and product build up).

-ALWAYS comb/detangle from the ends up.

• DEEPWAVE/CURLY
-Detangle your hair extensions ONLY when the hair is wet (detangling your hair while its dry can cause breakage, shedding, and loss of hair).

-Detangle your curly/wavy hair EVERY morning and EVERY night before wrapping (please follow same wrapping instructions listed above).

-Use a leave in conditioner/water mix to help keep your curls/waves moisturized.

-ALWAYS comb/detangle from the ends up.

-Always let you hair air dry; blow drying has the possibility of ruining your hair extensions.

-Use professional consulting for adding any coloring or other chemicals to your extensions

Q and A

1. What is virgin Hair?
Virgin hair is hair that is completely unprocessed, with all the cuticles intact and running in the same direction. To qualify as virgin hair, it must meet rigorous standards including: not been permed, dyed, coloured, bleached, and chemically processed in any way
The harvesting process for virgin hair is more time consuming and meticulous, which adds to the premium value of virgin hair. Virgin hair can come from any person and any country, but some of the most popular ones include, Brazilian virgin hair, Peruvian virgin hair, Indian virgin hair, Malaysian virgin hair and Russian virgin hair.

2. Can the hairs be coloured?
Yes it can. Just be aware that after making colour changes to the hair, it will lose its status as virgin hair for obvious reasons and we advise that you use a professional colourist that specialises in colouring hair extensions.

3. Will my hair wave up again after I straighten it?
Yes it will, but the more you straighten the hair the more you will lose the pattern. It is important to remember that the hair is not attached to any cuticles so it no longer is receiving any nourishment, so if you continuously straighten you will relax the pattern just like you would with your own hair.

4. How do I prevent the ends from getting dry or frizzy
Always use a heat protector before applying any heat to the hair. Daily use of a leave-in conditioner is also highly recommended.

5. Why is my hair tangling?
Your hair extensions can tangle due to dryness, a build up of oil/grease/dirt, salt or sea water and not combing your hair daily. Remember to wash your hair at least once every week. Also remember to condition your hair for a minimum of 30 minutes.

EXAMPLE OF UNDETECTABLE LACE

EXAMPLE OF LENGTHS