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The hallmark of runway-ready or even Rodeo Drive-worthy beach waves is density and volume. The problem with getting that level of length and volume is the commitment of time it takes to grow it out! An installation of Perfect Locks virgin weave hair can not only give you that for up to year… but it can also give you the length to really flip those bouncy waves! Weaves are also a great way to give your natural hair a rest from chemical services or even seasonal challenges.
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When it comes to hair extensions, shedding can be a major concern. That's why at our company, we go above and beyond to ensure that our machine wefts are as durable as possible. One of the ways we do this is by using a specialized machine that creates a tight and secure stitching process, which helps to prevent shedding and tangling. But we don't stop there, we also add an extra sealant on the track to provide an extra barrier of protection against shedding. This means that you can wear your extensions with confidence, knowing that they will stay in place and look beautiful for longer.
5 Pre-cut Hand-Tied Wefted Tracks
100% Natural Virgin Indian Human Hair
Completely unprocessed natural texture and color
Caring for Perfect Locks' weft hair extensions involves a few simple steps to ensure that they stay looking beautiful and last as long as possible. Here are a few tips to keep in mind:
It is important to have regular maintenance with a professional stylist to ensure the longevity of the extensions and to keep them looking as natural as possible. Follow these steps for success!
We want you to truly love your hair, so we’ve created a no-risk 14-Day Return policy to show you the confidence we have in our products. We encourage you to wash, condition, and brush the hair to your satisfaction. Not happy? Send it back for a refund or exchange.Read Our Return Policy
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The number of machine wefts you will need for a full or partial installation depends on several factors, including the thickness of your natural hair, the desired fullness of your hair, and the size of the area you're trying to cover. Also take into consideration the length of hair you're purchase, the longer the length the more wefts you'll need for coverage.
As a rough estimate, a full head of hair would typically require 3 to 4 wefts, while a partial installation might only require 1-2 wefts.
a more accurate estimation can be made by a hair stylist or professional. It would be best to consult with a stylist to determine how many wefts you need for your specific situation.
Yes, you can style your wavy hair into curls with a curling iron! styling technique, but it's important to keep in mind that wavy hair can be more prone to frizz and usually, doesn’t hold curls as well as other hair types, so it may require extra efforts to maintain them. Keep in mind that heat styling can be harsh and it is always a good idea to take breaks, let your hair rest, and use heat-free styling methods as well.
Proper care and maintenance: Be sure to use sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners made for hair extensions and avoid using too much heat on the extensions. Also, brush your extensions regularly to avoid tangling and matting.
Proper installation: Make sure your extensions are installed properly and securely by a professional stylist. This will help prevent them from becoming loose or falling out prematurely.
Regular maintenance: Regularly visit a hair stylist for maintenance and to have any damage repaired before it becomes too severe.
Avoid sleeping with wet hair: Let your hair dry completely before going to bed, and sleep on a satin pillowcase.
Protect your hair from harsh weather conditions: Wind, sun and pollution can damage your hair, so it's best to protect your hair by tying it up or by wearing a hat when you're outside for a long time.
Are you ready to say goodbye to your beautiful machine-wefted hair extensions? It's a bittersweet moment, but don't worry, removing them can be a gentle and easy process.
It's important to remember that having a professional stylist remove your machine wefts is always the best option, they have the expertise and experience to remove them without damaging your natural hair. And don't worry, After the wefts are removed, your natural hair will have a chance to rest and recover before you decide to add more extensions.
Removing your machine wefts may be the end of one chapter, but it's also the beginning of a new journey for your beautiful hair. Take care of it, love it and make sure it looks and feels its best.
Machine wefts require regular maintenance in order to keep them looking and functioning their best. Here are a few tips for maintaining machine wefts:
Brush the extensions regularly to prevent tangling and matting. Use a wide-toothed comb or a brush specifically designed for extensions to avoid causing damage.
Keep the extensions clean by washing them with sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner. Be careful not to apply product to the roots or the area where the weft is attached to your natural hair.
Avoid using too much heat on the extensions, such as straighteners or curling irons. If you do use heat, use a heat protectant and try to keep the temperature low.
Keep the extensions away from chemicals, such as hair dyes, perms, and relaxers, as these can cause damage to the extensions.
Avoid sleeping with wet hair, let your hair dry completely before going to bed. Also, use a satin pillowcase to avoid friction.
Get regular maintenance on your extensions. It's a good idea to see a stylist every 4-6 weeks to keep the extensions in good condition.
By following these guidelines and taking good care of your machine wefts, you can help them last longer and maintain their quality. Remember, when you take care of your extensions, they take care of you!