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Empyrean Hair Extensions
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Hair Extension Mainenance Tip:

TIE BACK
In case your gorgeous locks can’t be removed before sleep or intense physical activity, you can always sweep them back in a ponytail. Make it a low one in case you won’t be doing much more than just sleeping to avoid not only tangles but creases too, or opt for a high pony while exercising to limit their exposure to sweat.
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Hair Extension Mainenance Tip:

STORE WITH CARE

Your clip-ins, wigs or quick weaves need to be stored with love when unused! Only that way you can rest assured there won’t be any unpleasant surprises next time you decide to put them on. Clean, condition, dry and detangle them first then place them in an air-tight container big enough to accommodate them perfectly. After all, you don’t want to check on them after a month or so only to find a moldy, discolored, messy bundle – don’t you? Oh, and keep reading to find out more about hair extensions maintenance and learn how to care for hair extensions like a pro.
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Happy Easter!
What Easter hairstyles are you going to try this year?
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Hair Extension Mainenance Tip:

GO EASY ON YOUR BONDS
Speaking about bonds, let me just point out that tip-toeing around this area is highly advised. You see, all of your careful maintenance of hair extensions goes down the drain (literally) when bonds or overstressed hair around them starts degrading. In order to keep them good-looking and long lasting, you’ll need to treat them with care not only when blow drying but while styling as well which, in plain English sounds something like this –“Do not clamp your flat iron over the bonds.” Simple, huh?
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Hair Extension Mainenance Tip:

BLOW DRY CAREFULLY
In case you’re not into proverbs and believe the only thing an early bird can hope for is a set of gravity-abiding eyelids, you can at least make room in your routine for one cool blow drying tip. Use a low-heat setting to dry bonds and surrounding hair first then style/dry the rest of your hair as usual. See? It’s quite simple, it won’t make your life complicated and you’ll still get to use your blow dryer with the only difference being the fact that you’re not applying excessive heat to this highly stressed area thus visibly reducing shedding, breakage and the possibility of your bonds getting all sticky.
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Sauna:
• Braid hair into one braid at back of neck.
• The water of the sauna will penetrate the hair and wet it.
• Do not wrap hair in towel, which will compress it.
• After sauna keep head out of shower.
• Immediately after showering undo braid, comb hair and let air-dry.
• Follow with appropriate shampooing and conditioning as needed.
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Swimming:
It is not recommended that you swim with extension hair. However if you do the following precautions are recommended.
• Never wear a swimming cap or anything that covers your hair, the friction may cause matting.
• Before swimming comb out tangles.
• Braid hair into one braid at back of neck.
• Try to keep head above water.
• Do not swim under water.
• No diving.
• After swimming keep head out of shower.
• Immediately after showering undo braid, comb hair and let air-dry.
• Follow with appropriate shampooing and conditioning as needed.
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True Virgin hair is a pony tail cut. It will have shorter hair in it, the end will taper, and it WILL NOT have a uniform thickness at the bottom. Just like your own hair. If we took all the shorter hairs out, the cost would be over $200 per pack.
The weight will vary between 3.5-4.0 ounces depending on the moisture content in the hair. After washing and conditioning, our hair will absorb the moisture, fill out, and shine just as your own hair does.
TRUE Virgin hair usually has a few grey hairs in it. We leave them in to let our customers see that it really has not been processed with chemicals or dyed in any way.
Please also note how exactly to measure the hair with the picture below.
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Permed Curly and Natural Curly Hair

Maintenance
• Do not use oil products on permed hair, it can cause matting.
• Do not brush or comb hair when dry, it will cause frizz and the ends may tangle.
• Shampoo at least once a week.
• Use a shampoo no higher than pH 7.
• Dilute one ounce of shampoo in a bowl or jug with a pint of warm water.
• Sponge the shampoo into the hair.
• Do not massage.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Apply conditioner and comb hair, starting with the ends working your way up to your scalp.
• Rinse thoroughly.
• Scrunch up hair gently to reform curl.
• Let air-dry.
• Style as desired.
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• If you use hair spray or other styling products, try to avoid those containing alcohol. (Alcohol can be very drying to the hair.) Styling products create build up on the hair and it is recommended that a deep cleansing shampoo be used once or twice a month to remove build-up. Build-up can make the hair dry and can cause tangling. Use moisturizers to avoid this problem.
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