Comb wet hair with a wide tooth comb, working your way from the ends to the scalp. This helps to remove tangles while putting the least amount of tension on the attachment area.
Allow the hair to air-dry before performing the blow-drying process.
Divide the hair into two inch thick sections, secure them with a clip. Be sure to keep the sections separated during the blow drying process.
Use medium-to-low heat.
Start at the roots, making sure they are completely dry before moving on to each section.
Simultaneously brush the hair while blow-drying. This helps convey a natural appearance by blending the attachment hair to the natural hair.
We recommend using a professional grade iron designed with Titanium plating and a temperature dial.
In order maintain the integrity and health of the hair, keep the temperature under 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
As you slide the iron down the hair, tilt it to a 45 degree angle. This helps to reveal the layers which fashions a rounded full appearance.
Use a 1” or 1.5” barrel curling iron or curling tong. Using curlers or steam curlers are acceptable.
Divide the hair into two inch thick sections, securing them with a clip.
For a looser effect, wrap the hair around the outside of the barrel. Otherwise use the curling iron via the usual method.
Always use hydrating shampoos and conditioners.
Avoid products that contain Sulfates, Alcohol, Protein, Silicone and Keratin.
Use a Satin pillow case! Cotton material will absorb the moisture from the extensions, which is likely to lead to breakage.
Brush the scalp area 2-3 times daily.
Shampoo the hair at least twice a week.
Perform a weekly deep conditioning treatment at home.
Never go to bed with wet hair. Wetness promotes matting.
Volumizing styling products may be used on the “free zone” only. Never use Volumizing Shampoos or Conditioners on the extension hair.