The proper way to measure the hair in order to avoid any misunderstanding about the length of our hair (straight, wavy or curly texture…..) is to make the hair stretched to straight, instead of measuring the hair directly. 


1. Wash and condition hair regularly 
2. Detangle hair gently before washing. Do not rub or twist hair 
3. Add mild shampoo to cool water and swish hair till clean. Rinse thoroughly. 
4. Blot out excess water with towel and allow hair to dry naturally. Do not expose to sun 
5. Comb curly hair gently with your fingers from end to top. Do not brush 
6. Brush straight hair in a downward motion straight with the ends. Work your way up to the roots. 
7. Certain items should not be brushed. Consult your hair stylist if in doubt. 
8. Hair may tangle if general care directions are not followed properly.


Q. How Much Hair Do I Need?

A : If you are getting a full weave the average person needs about 3 packs of hair, although it is
advised to go for 3 packs. You can always use the leftover hair later. If you are using hair over
18" long you might need another pack. If you are getting tracks one pack is enough for four to
five tracks up to 18" hair length. If you are getting the hair bonded one pack is enough for four to
five tracks up to 18" hair length. If you are getting fusion or micro then you will need to consult
your stylist.

Q. What type of hair care products should I use?

A : Treat this hair just as if it was your own hair. Use good quality shampoo and conditioning
products. Conditioning your hair is very important to keep it soft and manageable, so use leave
in conditioners. You can also use products like gel and hair spray to keep the curls in place, but
make sure to wash your hair and not leave in these products in for a long time.
Recommended shampoos and conditioners: Herbal Essence Moisturizing Shampoo &
Conditioner For treatment and every day use: Moroccan oil.

Q. Why are my hair extensions getting tangled?

A: Your Hair Extensions can tangle due to being to dryness, oil & dirt build-up, salt-water,
chlorine and not combing(wide tooth comb) out your hair daily. Make sure to wash & condition
your hair at least once a week, twice a week is better. Use hydrating drops or consult your stylist
for more help. It could also be the hair you purchased, if the hair is Indian Remy Hair or non
Remy Hair it is not 100% virgin human hair. So the hair may tangle sooner and not last you as
long as 100% virgin hair.

Q. 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. Many hair stylist prefer Brazilian or
Indian hair because it is beautiful and unprocessed which makes it last longer than any other kind
of hair.

Thank you for your time and support!