Joyselle Collection hair extensions are made of pure human hair, you need to treat your extension with a little love to keep it looking exquisite.
DO Shampoo Your Hair Extensions
Shampoo 2 to 3 times a week, do rub, scrub or bunch your hair as you wash it. The key to longevity is not stressing your bond. Leave-in conditioners are amazing for keeping your extensions from getting tangled and dried out. Regular daily conditioner should be applied to the mid-shaft to the ends of your hair only.
DON’T USE ANY shampoo that contains sulfates. Sodium Lauryl on your Hair Extensions
Sulfate is a common ingredient found in cheap shampoos it is super drying to hair. Also avoid oils and heavy conditioners.
DO Brush your Hair Extensionswith a Loop Brush
Brush your hair EVERY day, especially in the summertime. Use a special hair extension loop brush. Start at the ends of your hair and when all tangles are removed, gently work your way up. Always brush in a downward motion.
DON’T Brush your Hair Extensions When Wet
The strain on the bond can cause it to prematurely weaken. Additionally, regular nylon or bristle brushes can be course, tugging and pulling on tangles cutting into the life of your extensions.
DO Sleep on a Nice Pillowcase
Swap out that cotton pillowcase if silk or satin one for your bonded extensions. Satin scarfs or satin sleep caps work great as well. Tie your hair in a bun before bed to keep them from tangling.
DON’T Sleep with Wet Hair Hair Extensions
Ever go to sleep with wet hair (and wet extensions) or try to “speed dry” them with a blow dryer set on high heat. Your extensions do not have the benefit of receiving oils from your scalp. So, they’ll simply dry out and be prone to frizzing. Never set it in a ponytail. Ponytails can add collective weight on your bonds, causing them to weaken.
Give Your Hair a Break
Putting constant heat and stress on your hair can lead to major damage and even hair loss! It’s important to give your hair a break. Let your hair rest and wear extensions or a protective style like a wig, or a weave instead.