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Can I use a hairdryer, hot rollers and other styling equipment?

On December 7th, 2011, posted in: Hair Extensions Q & A by 0 Comment

Yes, you can use all of the above with real hair however with fake hair straightening irons and curling tongs cannot be used. We will explain and if you would prefer show you exactly how to achieve the styles you want.

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Do I need to buy expensive shampoos and conditioners?

On September 18th, 2011, posted in: Hair Extensions Q & A by 0 Comment

On Fake hair you can use any shampoo and conditioner but it is advised you buy a conditioning spray that is specifically designed for fake hair and helps keep it in great condition. For real hair most shampoos and conditioners are fine to use, however, those that contain proteins should be avoided and should avoid..

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Will my scalp still be able to breathe naturally with extensions?

On September 18th, 2011, posted in: Hair Extensions Q & A by 0 Comment

Our extensions are fitted close to the hair roots and scalp but do not block them, so you will be able to feel and touch your scalp as normal.

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Won’t all those extensions be too heavy for my own hair underneath?

On September 18th, 2011, posted in: Hair Extensions Q & A by 0 Comment

If they are applied correctly there should be no problem whatsoever. A good technician will balance the weight perfectly, taking a section of your hair and adding an extension of equal weight, resulting in a completely balanced natural look. It is surprising how quickly you get used to having a gloriously full head of hair.

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Can I style handmade hair and real hair in the same way?

On September 18th, 2011, posted in: Hair Extensions Q & A by 0 Comment

When it comes to curling, fake hair is extremely easy to style and when curled, holds a curl for days on end, but it is good to remember that when your technician applies curly fake extensions they will not remain that way unaided indefinitely. They will need to be regularly washed and re-curled. As for..

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