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Hair Care Tips and FAQs

Does this hair shed?

With proper maintenance, you will experience minimal shedding with this hair.

 

How much does each bundle weigh?

The weight of each bundle is approximately 3.5oz.

 

What type of hair care products should I use?

We recommend using shampoo and conditioning products that are quality and sulfate-free on virgin hair. You should treat this hair like your own hair. Avoid using oil and heavy styling products.

 

Can I color this hair?

Yes, virgin, unprocessed hair can be colored. We recommend having your bundles/wig colored or processed by a professional. Once hair has been colored or processed it is no longer virgin.

 

Is the #613 hair manageable or high maintenance?

Once hair is bleached to #613 platinum blonde color it is more fragile and easier to break off due to hair bonds being broken down during the lightening process. Daily hydration with Argon oil will help to manage this hair and weekly washing with hydrating shampoo and conditioner is recommended.

 

How much hair do I need?

We suggest for lengths 10"-16" you will need 2-3 bundles, for 18"-22" you will need 3-4 bundles, for 26"-30" you will need 4 or more bundles and for 30" and up you will need 5 or more bundles.

 

Can I swim with this hair?

Yes. We recommend that you braid the hair or pull it in a ponytail to keep hair from tangling. Hair should be washed immediately after swimming and add a leave-in spray conditioner after swimming.

 

How long does this hair last?

This virgin hair can last up to 1-2 years with proper maintenance. Depending on how the hair is maintained, it can last for a shorter or longer time.

 

How to maintain the hair daily:

Every morning, gently brush your hair with a paddle brush or detangling brush starting from the ends, then towards the scalp. Then comb your hair. Starting at the ends keeps the pressure off of the weft area. This will help to maintain the longevity of your bundles and wigs.

Do not sleep with wet hair. Sleeping with wet hair can cause hair to matte. To limit the amount of heat used on the hair daily, it is a good idea to roll your hair with rods or rollers at night for body and/or curly styles.

Before going to bed, brush your hair and wrap it or add a few big braids or rods, then place a satin scarf or bonnet over your hair.

How To Wash Your Hair: Keeping your hair extension clean is very important to making them last longer. Before washing your hair extensions, brush your hair and remove all tangles and knots. Then wet a small portion of hair at the time and use a good detangling shampoo. Distribute shampoo evenly throughout the hair. Always wash the hair in a downward motion. Apply a deep moisturizing conditioner to your hair extensions. 
After washing and conditioning your hair, apply a good leave -in conditioning product, this always helps to keep your hair super soft and moist.


Wavy and Curly hair will need a curl defining/ curl control cream while the hair is wet to stop hair from frizzing and lock in the curl or wave pattern.