HAIR EXTENSIONS

You look after Hair Extensions the same as you would do long hair that you grew yourself. If you have never been able to grow your hair long before it is probably because you are killing it just as quickly as it grows. Here’s are some tips:

1. Wash, condition and MOISTURIZE (very important) your hair every 2 – 3
days. The extensions do not receive your natural scalp oils and so they
need to have moisture added every wash. If you don’t moisturize your hair
extensions they will become brittle and break easily leading to split and ratty
ends. We recommend using a good moisturizer made for hair extensions.

2. Treat them with respect. They will not grow back if you yank at them with
a brush, burn them with the blow dryer, kill them with chemicals. Be nice to
them they cost a lot of money so make sure you get your money’s worth.

3. Always pick out all knots before you wash your hair, swim, or sleep.
Start at the bottom and work your way up slowly using a paddle brush.

1. Make sure you wash in between the braids to keep your scalp clean and free of bacteria. Use products that contain Rosemary, Lavender, Sage, or Calendula to keep bacteria to a minimum.
Follow our consultants suggestion and instructions to keep your scalp and hair in a healthy situation.
Our ground-breaking, proprietary hair integration system can convincingly disguise all manner of hair loss problems, from the minor to the severe. Non surgical, entirely cosmetic and tried, tested and proven by hundreds of women over the past eight years, you’ll have a full head of hair that looks, feels and behaves just like your own. Perfect for both temporary and permanent hair loss including:
• Genetic thinning
Hair loss attributed to genetic factors; can often be “patchy” with particular severity in one or two areas of the head
• Alopecia
In all its forms, including hair loss caused by emotional stress, “traction” and badly fitted extensions
• Drugs and surgery
Through drug side-effects, brain surgery, cancer treatments, cosmetic surgery etc.
• Trichotillomania
Damage or loss caused by compulsive hair-pulling and twisting, with increased severity during times of emotional stress
• Chemical damage
Often caused by home colouring, perms or over-use of chemicals. Can also be caused by the use of relaxers in Afro-Caribbean hair
• Accidental damage
Including burns, malicious assault, trauma etc.