Our Wig with Baby Hair Around Perimeter
It is Pre Plucked Natural HairLine, Bleached Knots
Deep and Long Parting Space on the front
Adjustable straps that can adjust the cap to fit your head
When caring for hair extensions, brushing or styling the extensions gently can prevent the hair from falling out. Use a soft-bristled brush, start at the bottom and slowly work your way up. It is best to care for them more than you would your own hair.
Wash With Moisturizing Hair Care Products
Wash your extensions a maximum of 3 times a week with moisturizing hair care products. Because your extensions are not getting natural oils from your scalp to keep your hair in good condition, this will keep the moisture in from shampooing while at the same time not drying them out from over-shampooing
Use a Heat Protectant
Use a heat protectant on hair extensions to reduce the risk of heat damage whenever you use a heated appliance on your hair.
Once a week, carefully put your extensions in lukewarm water and apply a bit of conditioner all over. Leave for around 20 minutes then rinse and let dry naturally - using a blow dryer will damage them if used too much. If necessary, put the dryer on a cool setting (almost as if it was wind) .
Keep Ends Trmmed
As careful as you are, your human - hair extensions will most likely get split ends. To avoid letting the damage move up the hair shaft, trim the ends every 6 - 10 weeks. You can do it yourself using salon scissors, or go to a hairstylist.
You have to use your hand to make hairstyle
Choose the texture you like and keep the original color.Some hair with more curly so pls take more care when washing to avoid tangling
Q1: Can they be straightened, curled?
A:Treat the hair as it is your own hair. Use a flat iron/straightener, but as with your own hair, never use hot tools too often.
Q2: Can I wash the hair?
A:you can wash them as you would your own. Shampoo and conditioner. Because the hair is not attached to your scalp,it is not getting the oils it should be. We also recommend using a hair treatment on them every few weeks.
Q3: Can I blow-dry the hair?
A:The extensions can be blow-dryed on low setting, but it is not recommended to do it too often. It is best to let your hair extensions dry naturally after washing them.
Q4: Why is my hair getting tangled?
A:Your hair can tangle due to dryness, oil, dirt build-up and not combing (wide tooth comb) out your hair daily. Make sure to wash and condition your hair at least once a week, comb the hair daily and use hydrating drops.
Q5: How long does it last?
A:This hair can last for a very long time depending on how you maintain it. Treat it like your own hair and take very good care of it for it to last longer.