Treat your DMJ Hair Extensions as if it’s your own hair. You can use a Flat iron and/or Straightening Iron. To curl your DMJ Hair Extensions you can use a curling iron, flexi rods, and rod sets.
Yes you can dye your DMJ Hair Extensions to the color of your choice, but we highly recommend you to go to a professional so it can be done properly if you do not have any experience of dying hair.
Yes, you can wash your DMJ Hair Extensions but we highly recommend you to use shampoos and conditioners that are sulfate free and silicone free. You can shampoo and condition your hair every two weeks. If you would like to blow dry your DMJ Hair Extensions we recommend you to put the blow dryer on a low setting.
Normally 3 bundles of hair is enough for one head but it depends on how long the lengths are. For example, If a customer purchased 28 inches of hair in any style of hair the customer will need 4 bundles of hair.
Your DMJ Hair Extensions can be tangled due to fact of dryness, oil, and dirt build up. Other reasons for your DMJ Hair Extensions to be tangled is chlorine water and/or salt water if you are a swimmer or if you have gotten your hair wet. If this is the case we recommend you to condition your hair for about an hour and once you’re finish you can air dry your extensions and apply a light oil for your hair to give it’s volume and body back (Morrocan Argan Oil is highly recommended).
Your DMJ Hair Extensions will last for 6 months to a year or longer depending on how you maintain your hair. DMJ Hair Extensions is unprocessed human hair so it has longevity. Always remember to treat your DMJ Hair Extensions as your own hair.
Silicone Free and Sulfate free shampoos and conditioners” Here are a list of hair products you can use for your DMJ Hair Extensions. (OGX Keratin Oil Shampoo, OGX ,Garnier Fructis shampoo, Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner, Pantene ProV conditioner) these are few products our company recommends.
It may have a little to no grey hair. The reason why your DMJ Hair Extensions may have some gray strands because it’s in the natural state of the hair donor.