About Perfect Locks Hair
The hair we offer is authentic and natural Indian hair, it must be treated as such. Proper care is mandatory to keep the hair hydrated and to ensure the quality and promote longevity.
It is extremely important to use high quality, sulfate-free products on your hair extensions. Using the wrong product can dry out the hair or add a waxy build up that coats the hair, which can be the root cause for tangling and matting. Perfect Locks has developed our very own line of hair care products. Our Inspire Hair Care line is free from Sulfates, Ammonia, Parabens, and other harmful ingredients that can damage your hair. This line has been thoroughly tested and is highly recommended to use on hair extensions as well as natural hair.
Managing Knots, Tangling, & Matting
Fortunately, there is an easy and foolproof remedy for common hair extension issues like tangling and matting. We highly encourage all of our customers to follow these pre-installation requirements before installation of their hair, and after installation on a weekly basis to ensure the highest quality outcome from your new hair. Repeat the below steps every other day.
- Brush out all possible knots. Brush from the bottom up.
- Wet the hair with warm water.
- Shampoo the hair with a quarter sized amount of shampoo.
- Rinse the shampoo with warm water.
QUICK TIP: Warm water helps open the cuticle and prepares the hair for the next step.
- Apply a generous amount of conditioner, run your fingers through the hair from the top down. Scrunch the ends with conditioner, this remedies split ends with ease.
QUICK TIP: Comb the conditioner through with a wide tooth comb.
- Rinse the conditioner out with luke-warm water.
- Pat dry with a plush towel. Do not rub the hair to dry it, gently pat.
HOW TO WASH STRAIGHT HAIR
For our straight hair, use your normal wash routine. Make sure to shampoo the hair and condition the hair. When the conditioner is still in the hair, brush through it with a wide-tooth comb or brush for hair extensions from the bottom up. This helps prevent tangling. Our straight hair has a slight bend and can even wave up when washed. To get a bone straight look you can use a flat iron. When you have finished washing the hair, you can go the extra mile and add argan oil or a silk serum. Once done, lay the hair flat and let it air dry.
HOW TO WASH WAVY HAIR
For wavy hair, we like to suggest that you shampoo then deep condition the hair. When the deep conditioner is still in the hair, use a wide-tooth comb and start combing through the hair. Make sure to start from the bottom up to prevent tangling. When you have finished washing, scrunch the hair to make sure the waves are looking beautiful. If you want to go the extra mile, you can always add our leave-in conditioner or argan oil. Once done, lay the hair down and let it air dry.
How to Wash Curly Hair
Curly hair tends to be a bit more complex other textures, and comes with it's own set of challenges compared to straight or wavy hair. This is the exact reason we've developed our own line of curly hair care products. With conditioner in the hair, run your fingers through first. Then brush through the hair from the bottom up. This should get all the kinks and knots out. Rinse out the conditioner out completely. Finally, spritz the hair with our nourishing spray to hydrate the curls - Then scrunch the hair for more defined curls or run your fingers through for looser waves. Once the hair pattern is to your liking, let it air dry.