Hair Care

  1. March 12, 2019

    What to Do If You Have A Scalp Condition

    What to Do If You Have A Scalp Condition


    Are you finding yourself with excessive dandruff and build up under your braids when taking down your install? You could possibly have scalp psoriasis, dermatitis in the scalp, along with a few other scalp conditions. The first thing you would want to do is visit a dermatologist to get a therapeutic shampoo to use on your scalp to help with your condition. The next thing you want to ensure your stylist isn’t braiding your hair too tight when you’re getting your install, the tightness from the braids will cause further inflammation and cause the scalp to swell and dry more. You should also make sure your stylist is putting oil on your scalp after your braid down to help stimulate the scalp and keep it from drying out more. Lastly, if you notice you have a condition in your scalp it’s best to not keep your install or wigs on for too long. By doing this you’re causing more harm to your scalp.


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  2. February 27, 2019

    What to Do If Your Bundles Are Dull

    What to Do If Your Bundles Are Dull

    Are your bundle starting to look a little lifeless and dry? Do you notice your that the longer you wear your bundles the texture changes? Well here’s a solution to your problem.

    Here are some Tips:

    • Deep condition your bundles for 30 minutes to an hour.
    • Wash your bundles with a Clarifying Shampoo.
    • Use a light serum to put on your hair before straightening or curling your bundles.

    Here’s another tip you might have never thought to use, Dawn Soap. Yes, you read it right Dawn Dish Soap is an anti-bacterial soap that is good for getting bacteria and excess dirt and oils from your hair. Side-note: If it can clean the birds it can clean your bundles.

    Here are some hair products we recommend:

    • Silicon Mix Shampoo and Conditioner
    • Crème of Nature Argan Oil Products

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