SIZE: 4x4 INCHES
HOW MANY BUNDLES DO I NEED?
The amount of bundles needed depends on head size and the overall look/fullness desired. Standard recommendations are as follows:
-Lengths 10-12" = 2-3 bundles
-Lengths 14- 20" = 3-4 bundles
-Lengths more than 20" = 4-5 bundles
CAN THE HAIR BE COLORED OR BLEACHED?
Yes. Our hair is 100% virgin human hair and can be colored and bleached. Be careful not to over process the hair. It is highly recommended to consult a licensed, trained stylist for any chemical processing. Do not use box dyes on the hair.
CAN THE HAIR BE HEAT STYLED?
Yes. ALWAYS use a heat protectant when using any type of heat styling tools (flat iron, curling iron/wand, blow-dryer) to keep hair from becoming heat-damaged, brittle, and dry.
HOW DO I CARE FOR MY HAIR AT NIGHT?
Wrap hair at night with a silk scarf or bonnet to help lock in moisture and eliminate unnecessary shedding/tangling. Hair should be kept in place under scarf to eliminate friction, which can cause the hair to matte and tangle while sleeping.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I SHAMPOO & CONDITION MY HAIR?
ALWAYS comb/detangle from the ends up before wetting hair. CONDITION hair once every week; SHAMPOO hair once every 2-3 weeks. This is a standard suggestion that may vary depending on personal lifestyle, amount of styling and product build-up. Allow hair to air dry as often as possible to avoid excessive heat caused by blow dryers.
HOW OFTEN DO I MAINTAIN AND CARE FOR MY HAIR?
-We strongly suggest you do not cut your wefts. This causes shedding and thinning of your hair extensions.
-Sealing wefts is not necessary but it is highly recommended if you cut your wefts.
-Do not sew through your wefts with needle and thread. This will cause the construction of your wefts to weaken, causing shedding and thinning of hair extensions.
-Avoid excessive product use on the hair (textured hair, i.e. deep wave and deep curly, require more moisturizing products). Product build up can cause matting, tangling and shedding.
-Don’t be afraid to use a small amount of oil on your hair extensions especially towards the ends which tend to get dry the quickest.
-ALWAYS use a heat protectant when using any type of heat styling tools (flat iron, curling iron/wand, blow-dryer) to keep hair from becoming heat-damaged, brittle, and dry.
-Do not use products that contain sulfate or alcohol which will lead to dry and frizzy hair.
-Treat the hair as if it were your own, being mindful that the hair that naturally grows from your head receives nutrients and oils produced in the scalp, but hair extensions have been cut from a donor and no longer receives such nutrients and oils, thus, causing the hair extensions to require more care.