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Certified in Hair Extensions

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How to Care for Your Sew-In Weft Extensions:

  1.  Brush with care: Brush 2-3 times a day using the Babe Extension Brush only (do NOT use wet brushes,   combs). Brush by holding the weft/attached area with one hand, and start brushing the ends first. Work   from the ends up to the weft area, being careful NOT to catch the brush on the Sew-In weft. Section hair   and repeat for each row of extensions.
     

  2.  Wash with care: Always brush before washing, using your Babe Extension Brush only. Use a professional   SULFATE-FREE shampoo and conditioner. Be sure to wash and condition gently by using the palms of your   hands to run shampoo/conditioner in a downward motion through ends. AVOID washing your hair upside   down or scrunching/ piling on top of your head.
     

  3.  Blow drying & Styling: Choose hydrating or moisture-replenishing professional products to keep your   extensions moisturized (ex: leave-in conditioner, oils, heat protectant). Apply conditioner and products   carefully (avoiding the weft/attachment area). Blow dry in a downward motion, to keep the hair smooth   and tangle-free. Use your Babe Extension Brush in wet or dry hair to de-tangle and/or blowout. DO NOT   blow dry upside down or roughly.
     

  4.  Bedtime Routine: Brush using your Babe Extension brush (making sure each layer/ weft is brushed   carefully). Secure your hair into a low, loose ponytail or braid hair before bed. Sleeping with a satin pillow   case is also a great way to care for your extensions, and prevent breakage. NEVER go to bed with wet   hair.   This can cause tangling/matting and breakage.

    DO'S

    • Use Babe Extension Brush 2-3 times a day
    • Pull hair into a loose ponytail/braid for bed
    • Avoid salty or chlorinated water
    • Apply oils/sprays mid-shaft to ends
    • Use sulfate-free professional shampoos


    DONT'S

    • Wash hair too much
    • Go to bed with hair wet
    • Overuse heat tools
    • Expose extensions to tanning beds or sprays

    Always Consult With Your Stylist Regarding Product Usage, Care And Styling Routines.