|| Heat Resistant
| Brand Name
|| Louise Hair
| Item Type
|| Blonde Curly Wig
| Can be curled / straightened
| Products Name
|| Blonde Wavy Culry Wig
|| as pitcures shown
| Items per Package
|| one piece
|| as pictures shown
| Shipping term
Free ship By CPAM or E-Packet.
10-25 Working Days to USA
7-25Working Days to Russian Federation
Estimated shipping time Based on the Different countries
DHL also available and it only take 3-7 days, but it needs extra fee.
|| Ombre Long Straight
| Processing time
|| Your payment will be taken 24 hours for confirmation,After this we will ship your order within 48 hours
Mind your hair extensions to keep them in the best condition possible. They are valuable accessories to your look and are actually
quite easy to maintain. All you need to know is a few basic care instructions as outlined below. These tips can help you keep human
hair extensions looking fabulous and lasting longer.
Be Extremely Gentle
When caring for hair extensions, brushing or styling the extensions gently can prevent the hair from falling out. Use a soft-bristled
brush, start at the bottom and slowly work your way up. It is best to care for them more than you would your own hair.
Wash With Moisturizing Hair Care Products
Wash your extensions a maximum of 3 times a week with moisturizing hair care products. Because your extensions are not getting
natural oils from your scalp to keep your hair in good condition, this will keep the moisture in from shampooing while at the same
time not drying them out from over-shampooing
Use a Heat Protectant
Use a heat protectant on hair extensions to reduce the risk of heat damage whenecer you use a heated appliance on your hair.
Once a week, carefully put your extensions in lukewarm water and apply a bit of conditioner all over. Leave for around 20 minutes
then rinse and let dry naturally - using a blow dryer will damage them if used too much. If necessary, put the dryer on a cool
setting (almost as if it was wind) .
Keep Ends Trmmed
As careful as you are, your human - hair extensions will most likely get split ends. To avoid letting the damage move up the hair
shaft, trim the ends every 6 - 10 weeks. You can do it yourself using salon scissors, or go to a hairstylist.