1.Do not sew through the weft and don't cut the wefts.Ensure that your hair extensions are treated well when they’re being fitted is how to care for virgin hair from the start. Do not cut the wefts or tracks this will cause shedding, if the wefts must be cut please seal with our weft sealant.
2. Let your hair air dry and avoid too much heat and avoid high temperatures.Let the hair air dry naturally but you may use a blow dryer – set on cool or low heat temperature. Heating your hair to high temperatures can damage it and decrease the amount of time it will last. When using styling and heating tools it is very important to use a heat protectant spray
3.Never sleep with wet hair.In order to minimize the risk of tangling your hair, make sure it is dry before you go to bed. Prior to going to bed, we recommend wrapping, bunning, braiding, etc. then tying with a silk or satin scarf to help keep it tangle free.
4.Wash your hair carefullyRemember to brush and de tangle hair before wash. Don't use any products with alcohol. Do not wash your hair in a circular motion- this will cause tangling. Co-washing (conditioner only) is vital. Shampooing can strip the hair, but if your hair feels heavy use a pH balanced or Sulfate-free shampoo, rinse your hair well and then style it. Wash your extensions minimum every 2 weeks to avoid product and dirt build up.
5.Gently brush or comb your hair from the bottom up.Always dry the root of your hair and weft of the extension to avoid matting. Comb your hair with a wide tooth comb upwards from the bottom in small sections at a time. Careful brushing or combing will help keep it free from tangles.
6. Use light natural oils such as Argan Oil
Natural oils do the work of most
conditioners without the added chemicals and silicone, natural is always best. Apply a small amount of Argan, Almond or Coconut oil 2-3 times a week or when required. Argan oil is a great finishing oil for styling and frizz, however its a dry oil and does not moisturize the hair as well as Almond or Coconut.