Virgin & Raw Hair

-Hair should be washed before being installed
-Only use styling aids, such as mousse, gel, and hairspray in moderation (preferably alcohol-free products).

Bedtime care

-Before bed, braid your hair into one loose large braid and wear a satin scarf or bonnet OR wrap hair around head into doobie like style and cover with satin scarf or bonnet
-After waking up, undo braid or doobie and comb using a wide tooth comb or paddle brush (always begin brushing from end of hair to top of roots)

Curly Hair Care

-Extensions must be moisturized on a daily basis
-Create a conditioner solution, using a spray bottle, add a leave-in conditioner and water , mix the solution together
-Before bed, braid the hair and use a satin scarf or bonnet for covering.
-In the morning remove the braids and apply the conditioner solution (ensure that your extensions are covered in solution from roots to the ends)
-While the hair is wet, use your fingers to style - never use a comb while the hair is in its natural form.

Closures/ Frontals/ Wig Care

-Do not scratch lace closures because it can cause severe balding
-Excessive brushing should be avoided.
-Seal your knots to maximum life out of your closures.
-When washing or styling; please be delicate and do not scrub lace or silk.
-Applying heat directly to material will weaken the knots.
-Over bleaching the knots will cause your closure to bald faster( can use eyebrow pencils instead of bleached knots)
-Closures will thin out naturally over time.
-The hairs on the closures are infused into the material so please be delicate.
-Rotate your parts. If customers constantly keep anything in one place too long there will be wear and tear.
-Closures do have to reapplied every 3-4 weeks or depending on how fast customers hair grow.

Hair Care Products

We recommend sulfate free shampoo and protein free conditioners for longevity of your hair! Any care product that contains protein should be used in moderation. Conditioning the hair is vital to its routine maintenance. However, it is possible to over condition the hair. Some signs that the hair is over conditioned are brittleness and tangling. If this does occur, your best resource is to use a deep-cleansing or clarifying shampoo. If you must use hair spray or other styling products, try to avoid those containing alcohol (alcohol can cause severe dryness to the hair.) Styling products create build up and it is recommended that a deep cleansing shampoo should be used once or twice a month to remove build-up. Build-up can make the hair dry and can cause tangling. Use moisturizers to avoid this problem. If you must use heat, be sure you use a leave in conditioner first.

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