Always shampoo and condition your wig or hair extensions before installation.
Always be sure to rinse the wig or hair extensions in cold water to lock in moisture. Always Use a Leave-In Conditioner. For best results, blot hair with a towel to remove excess water and allow the hair to air dry after washing. Protect your extensions by waiting until they're dry before using heat-styling tools. Use a light oil serum; we recommend Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Hair Serum.
Biosilk or Tresseeme Shampoo, Conditioner, and Tresseme Keratin Smooth Conditioner are recommended to combat frizz. A shampoo and conditioner free of sulfates, paraben-free, and alcohol-free products are necessary to achieve the most body and silkiness. We recommend using a professional hairstylist or colorist to dye and bleach your wig or hair extensions. Semi and demi-colors are recommended as they are more gentle on the hair than permanent color. Add Bond Enforcers to chemical processing whenever possible.
With straight or wavy hair, it is also essential to be cautious to avoid damage. Though the hair is less coarse, this texture will process much faster. It is vital to watch bundles while they are coloring diligently and encourage your stylist to do so as well. Remember, each bundle of MissyQuai Hair is from one or two donors; not all bundles or wigs will color identically.
Brush or comb through to style. Apply an alcohol-free glossing polish or hair serum for shine and frizz control as needed. Excessive products may lead to stiff hair, which may cause matting and tangling. When the product has build-up, it is time for a CoWash!
Always use a heat protectant when heat styling to avoid damage. Remember, excessive heat styling can alter the hair's original wave pattern and integrity (similar to your natural hair). Do not apply heat to your hair daily; it will dry out it. Co-wash your hair extensions and wigs bi-weekly, depending on your use.
We recommend finding inspirational pictures online for how you want your installation to look and using your skin tone, eye color, and original hair color as a guideline. If this is your first time with color, assessing what colors will compliment your gorgeous features and skin tone is crucial.
Before bed, put your hair into a high ponytail or roll it into a bun to enhance the wave pattern. Utilize a satin scarf or bonnet to reduce frizz and flyaways. For bouncy waves, style with flexi rods. After waking up, remove overnight protection and comb through using a hair brush or comb, beginning at the ends and working your way up. Style and SLAY!
Never sleep with a wet wig or hair extensions. Always ensure the hair is dry and pulled up or into a braid to keep hair from tangling at night.
Spray bottle, Denman brush, and a wide tooth comb, Beyond the Zone - "Curl Boost Glaze" and Beyond the Zone Curing Creme.
In the morning, remove your braids get a spray bottle, and saturate the hair with water and your BTZ Curl Boost Galze. Gently brush the hair with a Denman brush, crunching it together from bottom to top, let it air dry, and you are SLAYED!
Curly hair is naturally coarse, has a rougher cuticle, and is typically more absorbent than other textures making it easier for the color to absorb color quickly. Due to this, the hair is more fragile and experiences dryness frequently. With curly and coarse textures, it is essential to moisturize and hydrate the hair post-color operation daily. If the hair is not adequately nourished, you may experience breakage, damage, and rough cuticles due to chemical processing. When curly hair is over-processed and dry, you will experience a change in texture and frizz. We highly recommend getting your hair colored by a professional stylist using a proper hair care regimen to combat any chemical damage.
Comb or brush curly hair textures while hair is wet with some moisturizer or conditioner. It's not recommended to comb hair dry. At night first, detangle your hair with a wide tooth comb, braid your hair into 2 to 4 braids, and wear a satin scarf.