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Caring for Your Hair Extensions

Now you have more hair, let's go over the home care!

This here is mainly for my keratin bond girlies:

Do not shampoo for 48 hours

When you do, wash correctly! Always wash your hair with your head back and not tilted forward. Do no lather in a circular motion, instead criss cross your fingers in a lateral movement. Never dry with a scrubbing action, instead wrap with a towel to absorb water. Always dry bonds to prevent bond breakdown.

Brush Your Hair DAILY

Brush your keratin bonds three times a day, or at least once a day, with recommend brush. Starting at ht nap and working up, brush row by row, scalp to ends. Always pull your extensions in a loose pony or braided while sleeping or during any activity that has your hair blowing. If you have curly hair, bush once in the morning and once at night. Use a wide tooth comb to gently remove tangles from mid0-shaft to ends. Do not use a comb near the scalp area or the keratin bonds

For the Mermaids

Always use Anti-Tap on bonds after every wet treatment. Anti-Tap is a concentrate and should always be diluted 8:1 with water as indicated on the Anti-Tap spray bottle. If you cannot shampoo immediately when notes bonds are west, spray Anti-Tap on the bonds and then dry the bonds. You will still need to shampoo, apply Anti-Tap and dry the bonds as soon as possible.

All of the above is extremely important to prevent tangling or matting.

Do not leave your hair wet overnight

No high ponytails and and definitely not left wet. Your new extensions are extremely versatile and durable, however tight and high pony tails are suggested after 10-14 days weeks from initial installation.

Be Gentle with Your New Hair

Curling iron, flat irons, and hot rollers may be used, but must be kept an adequate distance from the keratin bonds, approximately 1 inch from the bond. Do not use a hot blow dryer on the bond, medium heat only.

  • Some extension loss is normal and to be expected. Average hair loss is 50-100 hairs a day. A full head application covers approximately one third of the head. You can expect to see a small quantity of naturally released hairs trapped in the attachments after some time. This is normal and should not be interpreted as hairs pulled off the scalp by the extension themselves. Daily brushing close the scalp and finger separation of the applied strand will prevent matting this area. Pull trapped hairs back toward scalp to loosen before separating strands.

I'm 100% here for you even after the installation. Don't forget to schedule your GL Follow-Up for a complimentary style ($85 value)

Quick Summary

Wash Your Extensions Correctly. Never Sleep With Wet Extensions. Always Brush Extensions With Care. Schedule A Weekly Conditioning Treatment. Minimise Heat Damage. Avoid Tangling While You Sleep. Separate The Bonds Daily.

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