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Before Installing Your Sew-In Weave: Healthy Hair Tips

Before Installing Your Sew-In Weave: Healthy Hair Tips

Sew-in weaves are excellent protective styles to rest and grow your real hair.  However, there are some precautions to wearing extensions safely to ensure that you are not damaging your hair in the process.  After all no one wants to wear beautiful hair extensions for a few months, only to have their real hair break of in the meantime.  So to keep your hair healthy, follow these tips before installing your sew-in:
Wash Your Hair:  Clean hair is the basic starting point for any sew-in weave hairstyle.  Use a gentle clarifying shampoo to remove any buildup from the hair and…
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How to Moisturize Your Hair While Wearing a Sew In Weave

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To keep African American hair its healthiest, it must be moisturized regularly.  While wearing a sew in weave, your real hair is braided with hair extensions sewn onto the braids, which can make keeping your real hair moisturized a bit challenging.  Luckily, because your hair is close to your scalp and your body’s natural oils (sebum) and hidden from the environment, it does not require moisturizing as often as when it is loose.  To moisturize your hair while wearing a sew in, we recommend using your favorite leave in conditioner spray.  Gently lift the wefts and spray the conditioner between…
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What You Should Know About Coloring Your Hair Extensions

What You Should Know About Coloring Your Hair Extensions

As many of our customers realize, virgin Indian hair extensions have the versatility of being custom colored after purchase.  So, you have the option to wear your hair in its natural off black/dark brown color for one weave installation and then later coloring the hair for a completely different look with another sew in look if you so desire just as an example.  This is just one of the many advantages to investing in quality virgin Indian hair.
However, some women are novices to hair coloring and do not have clear expectations on how the hair will change after coloring. …
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Beach Hair Care Tips

beach hair care tips

Oceanfront vacations are always fun but no one wants to cart a bunch of hair care products in their beach bag!  On the other hand, a day on the beach could cause irreparable damage if proper care is not taken, which is completely unnecessary because beach hair is sexy and fun.
Before hitting the sand, douse your tresses in water and seal with your favorite oil.  This helps your hair stay hydrated longer while in the scorching sun and when you jump into the waves, your hair will absorb less salt water.  After prepping your hair, create two large cornrows…
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Tricks to Keep Your Weave Looking Fresh!

Keep Your Weave Looking Fresh

Not properly caring for your weave can not only leave your hair looking (and smelling!) less than optimal but it can actually damage your real hair beneath.  Of course it is important to keep your hair shampooed and conditioned, but there are a few other tricks to keep your weave looking fresh as the day you had it installed!
Co-Washing:  Cleansing your hair with popular cleansing conditioners will keep your hair extensions free from product buildup and keep your hair beneath clean and moisturized.  The awesome thing about these new, gentle sulfate-free formulas is that they clean while conditioning your…
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Relieve an Itchy Scalp While Wearing a Sew In Weave

Relieve an Itchy Scalp While Wearing a Sew In Weave

Many ladies suffer from dry, itchy scalps prior to installing a sew in weave and not being able to easily reach your scalp can exacerbate the situation.  There are even women who want the ease, freedom and versatility weaves provide but refuse to get them because they anticipate their scalp will be miserable being braided for several weeks.  Fret not, there are ways to solve an itchy scalp while wearing a sew in weave that will leave your head feeling cleansed and refreshed.
First of all, irritable scalps can originate from the installation process.  Shampoo and condition your hair thoroughly…
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Shampoo Substitutes – Clean Your Perfect Locks Without Stripping Your Tresses

Shampoo Substitutes - Clean Your Perfect Locks Without Stripping Your Tresses

Whether you leave your tresses natural or not, it’s still a good idea to give your hair a break from shampoo every once in a while and instead substituting your shampoo with an alternative cleaning technique. From baking soda (yes, baking soda), to Terressentials Mud Wash, there are a lot of quality products or natural ingredients out there that do their job at cleaning hair without stripping your tresses of its natural oils and moisture.
Keep in mind that shampoo is not bad, it just can be harsh on your locks over time. So take a break from your everyday…
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African American Hair History – How Hairstyles and Hair Treatment Have Changed Through the Years

African American Hair History - How Hairstyles and Hair Treatment Have Changed Through the Years

If you are a beautiful African American woman you no doubt love your hair, whether you choose to keep it natural or incorporate a weave or hair extensions from time to time. No matter what nationality you are a part of, your hair quite literally has to do with your roots, and your roots have to do with your tresses. Your roots are your history, but at the same time the roots that connect the hair to your head tell a lot about who you are and your history as a black woman as well. In other words, your perfect…
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Grammys Fashion Trends – Cutout Dresses & Long Locks

Grammys Fashion Trends - Cutout Dresses & Long Locks

Hello Lockettes, were you able to watch the Grammys this past Sunday? What were your thoughts? Our eyes were locked to the screen as we watched Ri Ri walk the red carpet in her red hot Azzedine Alaia dress. Not only did she sizzle, but her long tresses and hair extensions also stole the show. There were many other fashionistas that looked dazzling as well and before we dive into what we loved, we couldn’t help but notice that two trends occupied the red carpet that night: cutout dresses and long flowing locks!
Taylor Swift embraced the night and looked gorgeous…
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Re-Mane Calm: Get Show-Stopping Long Locks This Season

Re-Mane Calm: Get Show-Stopping Long Locks This Season

If you’ve turned on a television, looked at a computer screen, seen a movie or opened a magazine lately, you know that long, thick, healthy hair is pretty much mandatory if you want to rock this season’s it ‘do. Catching a glimpse of Amanda Seyfried’s long, luxurious locks, or drooling over Megan Fox’s perfect coif doesn’t have to involve wishful thinking. If you take proper care of your hair, from the inside to the ends, you may not land a spot on a Pantene commercial but you can maximize your mop’s potential. In the meantime, even the finest hair can…
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