1. Will hair extensions damage my hair?

Hair extensions will not damage your hair. However, your hair with hair extensions requires more care than usual. We recommend daily care, along with a little extra care on a weekly basis. We also recommend that you thoroughly inspect your attachments every three to six weeks, both in order to enable you to enjoy your long hair as long as possible, but also to avoid tangled attachments and unnecessary wear on both the extensions and your natural hair. They are designed to be gentle to both your extensions and your natural hair. We also recommend that you use good shampoo and conditioner.

2. Can I do my hair extensions myself?

You can try, depending on whatever technique you choose to attach your extensions, but difficulty will vary. A Clip-on set allows you to easily do your own attachment, but it may be helpful to have a friend or a family member help when inserting heat-set products like Nail Hair. Attaching pieces using other methods is not difficult at all, but may require two extra hands, especially at the back your neck.

3. How often do I clean my wig?

If worn daily for 10 to 12 hour a day, we would suggest you wash it once every 8 to 12 days. But, there are factors that could change this, depending on the individual wearer, the type of styling products used or the environment in which the wig is worn. You, personally, will be the judge of when it needs to be cleaned.

4. What type of styling tools can I use on my wigs?

Depending on the type of wig you wear, it is advisable to lightly pick or brush the ends to soften the appearance each time you wear it. On long pieces, always start from the ends.

• Brushes that have single teeth from the base and have bristles that can flex or bend as they pass through the hair; this will lessen any possible damage.

• Hair picks are also excellent for light touch-ups because they pass through the fiber with minimum resistance or pulling.

• Combs with bigger spaces rather than close-together teeth

5. How do I put on and wear my wig?

• Remove the protective hair net from your wig. Give the wig a good shake to allow air to fluff through the hair fibers.

• If your hair is short, brush it back from your face and behind your ears. If your hair is long, distribute and pin your hair up evenly, so as not to have a "bump" anywhere. Many people use a wig cap, and it’s very convenient.

• Hold your wig at the sides with the woven label in the back. Place it at the middle of your forehead (for leverage) and slide it on from front to back. The top front of the wig’s cap should rest approximately 1/4" past your natural hairline. If the wig is too forward at the front hairline, it will look hat-like and unnatural. The ear tabs on each side of your head should be evenly placed in front of your ears. Never place the wig over your ears.

• Tuck in any stray hairs at the front, sides and nape.

6. Will my wig frizz?

Frizzing is usually caused by excessive steam; for example, opening the oven, the dishwasher, the clothes dryer and any other heat source, such as the blow dryer and curling iron. Frizzing also occurs by friction, such as long hair wigs rubbing against the back of the chair.

7. Can I Shower or Swim in My Wig?

We do not recommend wearing your wig during showering or swimming. Your wig can become very tangled and matted when worn in the shower or pool and attempting to remove the matting can cause damage or breakage. Pool chemicals and saltwater can damage wig fibers and cause them to break down quickly, lessening the lifespan of your wig. Chemical reactions can also cause your wig to change colors.

8. Can I Sleep in My Wig?

We do not recommend sleeping in your wig.The friction against your pillow can cause the wig to tangle and mat and the lifespan of your wig will be lessened significantly. We recommend wearing a soft sleep cap to keep your head warm and comfortable while sleeping.

1. Will hair extensions damage my hair?

Hair extensions will not damage your hair. However, your hair with hair extensions requires more care than usual. We recommend daily care, along with a little extra care on a weekly basis. We also recommend that you thoroughly inspect your attachments every three to six weeks, both in order to enable you to enjoy your long hair as long as possible, but also to avoid tangled attachments and unnecessary wear on both the extensions and your natural hair. They are designed to be gentle to both your extensions and your natural hair. We also recommend that you use good shampoo and conditioner.

2. Can I do my hair extensions myself?

You can try, depending on whatever technique you choose to attach your extensions, but difficulty will vary. A Clip-on set allows you to easily do your own attachment, but it may be helpful to have a friend or a family member help when inserting heat-set products like Nail Hair. Attaching pieces using other methods is not difficult at all, but may require two extra hands, especially at the back your neck.

3. How often do I clean my wig?

If worn daily for 10 to 12 hour a day, we would suggest you wash it once every 8 to 12 days. But, there are factors that could change this, depending on the individual wearer, the type of styling products used or the environment in which the wig is worn. You, personally, will be the judge of when it needs to be cleaned.

4. What type of styling tools can I use on my wigs?

Depending on the type of wig you wear, it is advisable to lightly pick or brush the ends to soften the appearance each time you wear it. On long pieces, always start from the ends.

• Brushes that have single teeth from the base and have bristles that can flex or bend as they pass through the hair; this will lessen any possible damage.

• Hair picks are also excellent for light touch-ups because they pass through the fiber with minimum resistance or pulling.

• Combs with bigger spaces rather than close-together teeth

5. How do I put on and wear my wig?

• Remove the protective hair net from your wig. Give the wig a good shake to allow air to fluff through the hair fibers.

• If your hair is short, brush it back from your face and behind your ears. If your hair is long, distribute and pin your hair up evenly, so as not to have a "bump" anywhere. Many people use a wig cap, and it’s very convenient.

• Hold your wig at the sides with the woven label in the back. Place it at the middle of your forehead (for leverage) and slide it on from front to back. The top front of the wig’s cap should rest approximately 1/4" past your natural hairline. If the wig is too forward at the front hairline, it will look hat-like and unnatural. The ear tabs on each side of your head should be evenly placed in front of your ears. Never place the wig over your ears.

• Tuck in any stray hairs at the front, sides and nape.

6. Will my wig frizz?

Frizzing is usually caused by excessive steam; for example, opening the oven, the dishwasher, the clothes dryer and any other heat source, such as the blow dryer and curling iron. Frizzing also occurs by friction, such as long hair wigs rubbing against the back of the chair.

7. Can I Shower or Swim in My Wig?

We do not recommend wearing your wig during showering or swimming. Your wig can become very tangled and matted when worn in the shower or pool and attempting to remove the matting can cause damage or breakage. Pool chemicals and saltwater can damage wig fibers and cause them to break down quickly, lessening the lifespan of your wig. Chemical reactions can also cause your wig to change colors.

8. Can I Sleep in My Wig?

We do not recommend sleeping in your wig.The friction against your pillow can cause the wig to tangle and mat and the lifespan of your wig will be lessened significantly. We recommend wearing a soft sleep cap to keep your head warm and comfortable while sleeping.