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FAQs

How Many Extensions Do I Need?

Generally, two pieces are enough for most people. However, if the head is large or if the customer wants her hair to be exceptionally full, then three or more pieces may be needed.

How Do I Maintain The Hair?

Treat the hair just like it was your own hair. Use good conditioner to maintain the quality. It is better to spray the hairs every three days in order to give the hairs nutrition and maintain them. (If you don’t use the hair spray, spray the hair, wait until it is dry, then put it into a plastic bag, don’t put it aside in the air. Before you use the hair, spray it as well using the comb to brush the hair starting from end, step by step to the top. Make sure to comb the hair gently.)

Why Are My Hair Extensions Getting Tangled?

Your hair extensions can tangle due to dryness, oil & dirt build up, salt water, chlorine and not combing (wide tooth comb) your hair daily. Make sure to wash & condition your hair at least once a week although twice a week is better. Use hydrating drops or consult your stylist for more help.

How Long Do The Extensions Last?

Since the hair is of great quality, it can last for a very long time if you take good care of it. Treat the hair like your own, maintaining it correctly, and it can last a year or longer.

How Long Do The Extensions Last?

Since the hair is of great quality, it can last for a very long time if you take good care of it. Treat the hair like your own, maintaining it correctly, and it can last a year or longer.

Why Don’t The Hair Extension Colors Look Exactly Like The Picture?

Different computer monitors display color differently, and color numbers may have slight color differences. If you want to adjust the color of the extensions you can dye the hair just as you would real hair.

How Can I Tell The Difference Between Human Hair and Synthetic Hair?

Human hair has natural protein. When burned, human hair will smell foul and turn to ash which will disintegrate after pinching it. When burning the human hair will show white smoke. Synthetic hair will be a sticky ball after burning and will show black smoke. Moreover, human hair may have very few gray hair and split ends. This is normal and not a quality problem.

How Do I Measure The Hair?

Please understand that the way we measure the length of hairs (straight, wavy or curly texture, etc…) is to make the hair flare-out/stretched to straight instead of measuring the hair directly.

What is Hair Density?

Density refers to how thick or thin the hair on your lace front wig will be. The hair density you order is based on personal choice to what looks best on you. Most women achieve a natural look with Light to Medium Density.

Light Density: 60% Thickness of an Average Head of Hair. Recommended for those whose natural hair does not have enough volume or thickness.

Light to Medium Density: 100% Thickness of an Average Head of Hair. This is the most requested/popular choice for Custom Lace Front & Full Lace Front Wigs.  Light density on a lace front wig will have a light density on the hairline and medium density everywhere else. This is the most natural looking density option and most recommended by stylists.   

Heavy Density: 150% thickness of an Average Head of Hair. Too much hair to look natural but full body volume. This density is usually worn by performers who desire a heavy hairstyle.  

How Do I Measure Wig Cap Sizes?

To measure your head to find your wig cap size, use a cloth tape measure. Most lace wig measurements are made in inches. Never stretch the tape for accuracy. 

Measure From:

Forehead To Nape

Start measuring tape from the center of your front hairline to the back of the hairline at the nape of the neck. 

Ear To Ear 

Measure from the top of your ear between both ears and the forehead. Measure across the top of your head meeting ear to ear. 

Temple To Temple

Measure from your temple to around the back of the head reaching your other temple.