Sulfate-free products might not create as much lather in the shower, but that frothy bubble that comes from sulfates in your shampoos, can cause problems. The problem is that they clean a little too well. The scalp produces natural oils that nourish hair, and sulfates wipe out those natural oils. If your hair is too … Continue reading Why is Sulfate Bad for Hair Extensions?
If you have straight hair and want to wear a synthetic extension, add shine serum to the ends of your hair before applying the faux strands. This sheen the serum will give will help your real hair match that of the hair extensions, since they tend to have a silky-plastic look to them. If you … Continue reading Make Your Synthetic Hair Extensions Blend into Your Real Hair
Banish extension Goop - Love the instant length the extensions give your hair, but not the messy goop they can leave behind? Use Olive Oil to remove excess bonding glue. Smooth a few drops of oil over the tracks of the extensions, let soak in for 15-20 minutes, and rinse out. Goop will slide out … Continue reading Banish extension Goop