Tips and Tricks Hair Care
Cleanliness:Keep hair clean hair DNA suggests the hair washed at least three or four times a week with warm water or cold .. Please wash your hair right after swimming, spa, etc. .. When carrying dirt accumulates – including sweat – tangled hair!
Shampoo / Conditioning: Before washing hair, apply a few drops of olive oil to the bristles of a boar bristle brush to 100%, and brush the hair one section at a time. Dilute shampoo with water (50/50) in a spray bottle. Spray on scalp shampoo. Press and slide shampoo in the addition of hair from root to tip with a sponge or press with your palms and squeeze the shampoo through the ends. Other assistance “Moisturizing Shampoo” and “After Color Shampoo”. Never rub or flying or tangled hair will result. Lean forward facing shower and rinse with warm water (not hot). Other moisture penetrating conditioner concentrate. Leave on for 3-5 minutes. Avoid using air conditioners near attachment site as adhesive may detach prematurely.
Pressing: Pressing firmly on the attachment site is highly recommended. Press firmly around the perimeter of the addition of hair while blotting the hair with a towel. Also press firmly at some point, especially after your newly grafted hair addition. This will keep adding hair firmly committed to the area of the scalp.
Conditioner: Make sure you comb the hair after each wash and everyday. When detangling the hair, please begin with the end and work slowly to the scalp. Hold the base with your other hand to prevent it from paying or causing root tension. We recommend anti-static comb tooth rotary. Use Biosilk on the ends. Avoid using shine products on the root zone as it can prematurely detach your hair transplant.
Brushing: Only brush your extended hair when completely wet or completely dry. Brushing should be done carefully to avoid the deep tensions. Be sure not to brush the hair from the bottom up. Do not attempt to brush through the attachment unless you use a very soft brush 100% boar bristles. Extreme tugging may result in loss of your own hair.
Brushing: Take care not to lift the hair when adding round brushing and drying hair. Brush gently to the face. Do not brush or tug abruptly when drying hair. Press firmly around perimeter after blow-drying.
Sleep: Make a couple of big braids in their hair when going to sleep, swimming or exercise. You must untangle your hair before braiding Never sleep on wet hair,. Your hair should be completely dry before going to sleep as sleeping on wet hair additions will cause hair very tangled.
Wavy / curly: For curly or wavy hair, you should wet the hair every morning with water and protein Detangling Leave-Do not attempt to make loops using alcohol-based products ( including foam, gel style etc) ..
Dry Ends: To keep hair from becoming dry, please apply olive oil two to three times a week before shampooing. Olive oil left on the hair at night (at the end only) is very effective. Remember Hair Addition hair does not have the benefit of your own natural scalp oils, olive oil to help replace the oils necessary for the hair shaft.
Chlorine and salt water:Chlorine and salt water have been known to damage hair used in Hair Additions.
DNA does hair replacements seem natural? Very! It’s amazing, you’ll be surprised! The wind could blow, someone could touch your hair, and you can make love … all without your Hair Additions being detected.
Chemical Use: It would be desirable not to chemically treat this hair yourself. You only need to seek advice from your specialist Adding hair. Chemically treating hair Hair Addition yourself may cause irreparable damage to your own hair and your hair addition.
Shedding: Some hair comes out of an addition of hair easier than another. Curly hair and long will be made generally faster than adding short hair. Make hair is considered quite normal. See attached sheet to prevent hair loss in hair replacement.
Derailed: During the life of your hairstyle added hair, your hair can add drag. To avoid this, constantly apply firm pressure on the attachment site, especially after showering. This will help the attachment stay firmly attached to the scalp area. In the case of adding your hair slipping or lifting, you can successfully re-attach using a small amount of “Retouch Adhesive”, purchased from your specialist Adding hair. Wait 4 minutes for it to heal, and press firmly. You can also call your specialist for an appointment editing.
Carpet: Every morning lean your head forward and use a soft brush and brush your hair from the ends of the hair and work your way up the root zone. See the attached sheet to avoid Matting and tangling.
Removal: We recommend that you have your Hair Addition Specialist perform your removal. Attempt to suppress the addition hair yourself may cause damage to your own hair and / or addition of hair.
Maintenance: Schedule your re-attachment and removal service appointments every 3-5 weeks. Ask your Specialist how long the appointment so that you can make the appointment appropriately. Additions Purchase new hair every 3-4 months.
Problems: We strongly recommend that you stay in close contact with your specialist Adding hair so that if any question arises as to time on your hair addition, you can receive professional advice immediately.
Hair Accessories:Try to keep KeraSoft Quench wet curls. Use moisturizing shampoos and conditioners KeraSoft to help keep moisture in your hair during washing.
Hair loss premature and excessive
Very rarely a hair replacement provided by the manufacturer with the hair stand out. Some shedding hair left on the basis of the original hand tying are to be expected. But there are a number of actions that can cause excessive hair loss after delivery of your hair replacement.
All of the following can cause premature hair loss and excessive:
- Excessive brushing and combing: It will eventually break the hair and cause premature thinning of the hair transplant.
- Carpet unattended and tangling: Left uncorrected, mats and tangles which is then removed excessive force will tighten the matted hair and tear their hair.
- Friction: From pillows or overly aggressive shampooing will break the hair and the hair thin and tear.
- More Perming Perming / Incorrect: This will affect the integrity of the hair, especially in lighter colored hair replacements, and will lead to accelerated hair breakage and thinning.
- Air conditioners left in the root domain: Probably the most important factor creating major, ongoing, irreversible hair loss. Air Conditioners that are allowed to be absorbed at the base and gather around the root system will ultimately prevent the root system from pivoting 360 degrees for hair loss in your hair replacement. Conditioners must be rinsed thoroughly to avoid breaking the root system. Read your care instructions to learn the correct application and removal for conditioning.
Do not use / apply too much of any hair care product on a hair replacement. Use the product in the manner for which it was designed for best results. Remember, more is not necessarily better!
Ionix exclusive products with low pH hair care has always been specially formulated to smooth and seal the cuticles which are always open human hair. No other line of hair care products specially designed to help minimize combing rough, tangled mats or replacements of human hair.
Mats and tangles
The following information is provided to help you understand the causes of matting and tangling in human hair wigs and hair replacements and simple answers for minimizing these problems. In the vast majority of hand made hair replacements, hair is knotted to a mesh base. This means that the same hair is going from the node in two different directions. It also means the cuticles are going in different directions. These types of products have had their hair chemically “smoothed” or “closed” (generally known as decuticlization) to minimize tangling of hair. Products that have implanted hair (all going in the same direction) all have their cuticles in tact, but will also be prone the matting and tangling, as you will see in a moment.
All of the following can cause premature and excessive belt and entanglement:
- Friction: Generally around the neck line on full wigs, or in permanent hair replacement. Caused by friction on the pillow at night. Constant friction damages the hair and opens the cuticle.
- Water excessively hot or cold: Always use lukewarm water when washing your hair replacement.
- Chlorinated Water: As in swimming pools. They are extremely alkaline, and not only bleach the color, but also open the hair cuticle increases the chances of tangling.
- Alcohol: As in lacquers. Most paints contain a lot of alcohol is very drying and time, will open the cuticle, which increases the chances of tangling.
- Permanent hair color: These products which use peroxide as a penetrating agent, to swell the hair shaft causing the cuticle to open and remain open.
- Permanent Wave Solutions: Especially alkaline perms, open the cuticle.
- More conditioning: Although you may think you helping to eliminate matting, too much conditioner can actually swell the hair causing the cuticle to remain open.
If the entanglement of excessive friction occurs, comb it immediately and gently comb with our rotation, using a small amount of our Detangler or conditioner. Try using a silk or satin pillowcase to avoid friction of cotton pillowcases. If you swim in chlorinated water, immediately rinse your hair when you leave the pool, then gently shampoo and condition with recommended products. For coloring and permanent, tell your stylist to try using “Semi Permanent” colors that use little or no peroxide. Always use perms designed for processed hair and always look oxidize instead of using the neutralizer. Avoid using too much conditioner, apply it on your palms and fingers first, then apply it to your hair keeping the conditioner on the shape of the root and base area of your hair, then rinse thoroughly Conditioner.
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