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Hair Extensions Aftercare

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No one can guarantee how long your hair will last its is very much down to the individual client. With good aftercare and maintenance combined with the high quality of our hair you will be able to enjoy your extensions for longer so we recommend the following.


Before washing your hair, detangle using a hair extensions brush. Wash your hair in a shower with you head upright. Do not rub or twist the hair. Massage the scalp gently with your fingertips. Wash using a mild shampoo and follow with conditioner (do not put any conditioner on the bonds). When you have finished washing, gently squeeze out the excess water and pat wet hair gently with a towel (but do not wrap your hair in a towel).


DO NOT brush the hair whilst wet. Blow dry until the hair is completely dry, then brush the hair starting from the ends up towards the roots and gently support the hair by holding your bonds.


You can treat your extensions like your own natural hair. The hair can be straightened, curled, blow dried etc, however the use of straightners or frequent curly blow dries will have an impact on the lifespan of your extensions. Any processing bleaching, dying etc will also shorten the life of the hair. 


Never sleep on wet hair. Before going to bed brush your hair and then braid your hair into one braid. In the morning undo the braid and brush your hair.

Swimming/Salt Water/Sauna/Sun Bathing

Braid your hair into one braid. Once finished undo the braid, shampoo, condition, brush and dry your hair extensions.


It is recommended to have a maintenance done by 4th month to avoid damaging your own hair.

It is important to take good care of your extensions and have patience to look after them. With careful attention and correct care they will stay in good condition.

Extensions need conditioning and gentle brushing, please also remember that the less stress put on the extensions the better.