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How to take care of your beautiful extensions, and making them last! LUXURLocks cannot be held responsible for any damage caused from incorrect maintenance and the use of non-recommended aftercare products. Please read through our simple aftercare and maintenance advice carefully.

Your hair extensions will require regular maintenance to keep them looking healthy and nourished. Providing each step is followed correctly your hair will last its full lifetime without any problems and will continue to look beautiful. Remember this is human hair, so you will need to look after it just like you would with your own hair.

Important: For keratin bonds to fully set and work the way they’re designed to, we recommend that you do not wash your hair within the first 2-3 days after having them applied. Allowing the bonds to set properly will ensure the maximum lifespan of the product.


  • Please ensure that your natural hair is washed prior to installation. This is to remove any residue, including product build up, oil and pollution. Your hair must be free from any kind of conditioner, styling product, balm or natural oils. Your hair must be fully dried before installation. This will provide a clean surface to allow the bonds to adhere correctly and prevent them from sliding and becoming loose.
  • After your hair extensions have been installed, we recommend LUXURLocks aftercare products to restore your hair’s natural oils and moisture. These nutrients can be lost after washing and blow-drying. Our aftercare products will also condition your hair and your hair extensions, leaving them naturally silky, shiny and soft.
  • One of the first things you may notice immediately after having your hair extensions installed is your scalp may feel tender or sore. Don’t panic, this is normal and will subside within a couple of days. You have extra weight attached to your head and this should not be perceived as a problem, therefore you have no need to worry. However, if the tenderness or soreness persists, or you endure any other issues, you should contact the stylist who installed them to check, as this may be the result of the bonds being fitted too tightly.
  • Your natural hair will grow by approximately 1.5-2 inches within three months. If your bonds have not been separated correctly once installed, your hair roots may start to tangle together. This is not healthy for your hair or your scalp if this issue is ignored. Please refer to the Brushing section with help to prevent this.
  • We recommend that you keep your hair extensions in for up to three months at a time, leaving a two-week gap between installations. This will allow time for your natural hair and scalp to rest.
  • We do not recommend the use of shampoos and conditioners containing sulphates and parabens. These chemicals are found in a number of well-known branded hair products and can cause hair to dry, split, shed or discolour and cause bonds to deteriorate. Always look out for the following ingredients on the back of the bottle before purchasing:
    • Amodimethicone
    • Behentrimonium Chloride
    • Paraben Preservatives (Methyl, Propyl, Butyl, and Ethyl)
    • DEA, Cocamide DEA and Lauramide DEA
    • Petrolatum
    • Siloxanes (Cyclomethicone and ingredients ending in “Siloxane” (e.g., Cyclotetrasiloxane)
    • Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES)
  • Many factors including products on the market can cause hair to shed which are out of our control. LUXURLocks is not liable for shedding products. We would recommend to use a good quality Weft adhesive prior to fitting any Weft hair to make sure the Weft track is completely secure to minimise shedding. Other factors can cause bonds to not set properly upon installation and become soft. LUXURLocks is not liable for bonds which become soft and have not set properly.
  • It’s perfectly normal to lose some hairs when brushing. The average person can lose up to 100 strands of hair a day.
  • To ensure the full lifespan of our hair products we strongly recommend the use of our aftercare advice and recommended aftercare products.


We do not recommend any additional colour application, as this may cause damage to your hair. If you choose to do so, the colour should be applied by a professional and carried out on test strands first, to achieve the desired results. This will be done at your own discretion and risk. LUXURLocks will not accept any liability for damage to hair extensions due to colouring. This also includes the use of pigment toners (silver shampoos).  DO NOT under any circumstances bleach your hair extensions.


When dry:

  • It is important to only use a hair extension brush on or near the extensions. This is to prevent the hair from snagging. Hair extension brushes are specifically designed to flow through the bonds. The use of round barrel brushes, brushes with ball tips, wooden bristle brushes and any other similar products may rip hair from the bonds and cause unnecessary damage.
  • When hair is fully dry, gently brush through thoroughly in a downward direction.
  • Please make sure bonds are held when brushing to prevent excess tugging and to prevent forcible removal of the bonds.
  • It is perfectly normal to lose strands of hair when brushing, so don’t panic. Holding sections of the hair, starting with the bottom section and gently brushing the sections in turn, working your way up to the section nearest the root, and then brushing through the whole of the hair carefully, will help prevent this.
  • Do not brush between the scalp and the bonds.
  • On a regular basis, gently separate the bonds with your fingers to help prevent matting and tangling.
  • Gently brushing your hair thoroughly at least once or twice a day will prevent knotting and matting.
  • We advise you not to over-brush your hair, as this may result in damage to strands and unnecessary wear and tear.

When wet:

  • When your hair is wet it is at its most fragile state. Only use a wide-tooth comb lightly on the extensions to separate the strands.
  • After you have towel-dried your hair, brush very gently in a downward direction, using a wide-tooth comb to remove any excess knotting.


  • We recommend that you do not wash your hair within the first 2-3 days after having your hair extensions applied.  This is to allow any bonding agents to fully harden. At night, tie hair up in a loose ponytail or plait.
  • Prior to washing, de-tangle hair from ends to roots.
  • You should only wash your hair extensions 2-3 times a week with a mild shampoo in warm water. Over-washing could lead to dryness and unnecessary wear and tear to bonds.
  • Smooth shampoo down the hair extensions as tangling may occur if rubbed in multiple directions.
  • Make sure you wash in amongst the bonds, avoiding the bonds themselves.
  • Conditioner should only be applied from mid length to the ends of your hair extensions. Never apply conditioner to the bonds.
  • Wash the hair in an upright position using warm water only.
  • When washing your hair, do not tip your head over the bath as this could cause tangling.
  • If you have two or more colours in your hair (especially dark and light), we recommend care is taken when washing for the first time to ensure colours do not mix with one another. On rare occasions certain products may cause colours to run. LUXURLocks will not be liable for colours which run into one another due to colour mixing.
  • Hair colours will naturally fade overtime. Bright colours may fade more quickly depending on the aftercare techniques and products used on the hair. LUXURLocks will not be held liable for discolouration or fading of any kind after the product leaves our warehouses.


  • Heat is your biggest enemy, only blow-dry hair on a cool setting. Using a hot setting may result in the bonding agents softening and loosening over a period of time.
  • Dry hair using a blotting motion and squeeze the hair in a towel to remove excess moisture. Do not rub or roll hair dry in a towel.
  • Blow-dry section by section, gently using a wide-tooth comb.

Styling & Finishing

  • Straightening irons, tongs, crimpers and heated rollers can be used on your hair extensions.
  • We advise that you use a good quality heat defence spray to protect your hair and hair extension hair at all times when working with heat.
  • You must keep any heat away from the bonding agents at all times, as this may cause them to melt.
  • Hairsprays, serums and gels may be used on your hair extensions. Please make sure you avoid all bonded areas, as this may result in slippage.


  • It is recommended that you tie your hair in a loose ponytail or plait before sleeping. This is to prevent unnecessary tangling.
  • You should never go to bed with wet hair.

Exercise, Lifestyle & Holidays

  • We do not recommend that you swim when wearing hair extensions. Seawater and chlorinated water may cause hair extensions to dry, matt, discolour, knot and can weaken the bonding agents.
  • If you do choose to swim, we recommend that you place hair extensions into a braid using a covered band. Immediately after swimming, rinse hair with fresh water thoroughly to wash out any chemicals that may lead to damage. This will be done at your own risk. LUXURLocks will not be held responsible for damage caused by seawater and chlorinated water.
  • If you use a sunbed, it is advisable to wrap or cover hair extensions first. UV lighting may weaken bonding agents, discolour, or dry the hair out.
  • Be sure to use a good quality UV protection spray when your hair extensions are exposed to prolonged sunlight. If you choose to wear hair extensions abroad in a hot climate, your hair may become dry. Keep hair well-nourished and hydrated and be sure to protect the hair from UV rays. High levels of Ferrum Components found in tap or shower water abroad may also cause damage to hair.
  • If you regularly use a sauna or steam room make sure bonds are completely dried as soon as possible after use.
  • Leaving bonding agents in a constantly damp condition may cause damage and decrease their life span.
  • LUXURLocks will not be held responsible for discolouration of any sort while wearing hair extensions.


  • Please ensure a professional removes your hair extensions with the correct tools and solution to prevent damage to your natural hair. We strongly recommend the use of a hair extensions removal solution to remove our keratin bonding agents.

It is the responsibility of the hair extensionist/salon to ensure customers receive the correct aftercare and maintenance advice when purchasing LUXURLocks luxury hair.

Now that’s out of the way, we hope this will help you to understand the importance of maintaining your hair extensions and to keep them looking naturally beautiful.

Our hair is continually tested to ensure quality is kept and our commitment to maintain good quality hair can be seen in every product we supply. We invest a lot of time in providing excellent customer service, as we believe this is of utmost importance.


Observing the following aftercare guidelines combined with the regular use of the specifically recommended aftercare products will keep your extensions and natural hair healthy and beautiful as well as helping to extend the lifespan of your hair extensions.

If you choose not to use the recommended products, it is at your own risk of deterioration of the bonds/attachments and hair extensions condition. No liability is accepted in this event.

Unlike bonded extensions, you do not have to wait 48 hours before washing your hair.

*After installation occasionally, clients report their head feels ‘itchy’- not everyone will experience this, but it is perfectly normal and generally settles down after the first week.


LUXURLocks Mini Tips are made of Patented Specialised Keratin which is a soft keratin polymer, designed to mould inside the Mini Cylinder, cushioning the hair and creating a perfect seal. As the tips are softer they are more vulnerable to moisture and oils from the scalp, however following the recommended guidelines will ensure they remain intact.

  • Shampoo a maximum of three times a week. Dry shampoo can be used in between washes.
  • Always brush your extensions prior to washing to remove any knots and tangles.
  • Shampooing should be done in an upright position in the shower. You are strongly advised not to lean over the bath with your head upside down.
  • A Sulfate-Free Shampoo is a preferred choice to be used as it is designed to work in harmony with the Mini Tips, preventing them from over softening.

Apply the shampoo to the scalp area only but do not use the traditional circular rubbing motion as this may tangle the tips and cause matting. Instead use an up and down massaging motion all over the scalp, allowing the lather to flow through the mid-lengths and ends, without massaging it in. This will gently lift and cleanse as it rinses through. Ensure the shampoo is thoroughly rinsed using clean water and rinse for longer than when your hair is extension free as shampoo can build up in the root area and cause itching.

*The Mini Cylinders are tiny copper tubes. If they remain damp, occasionally over time you may notice very small amounts of a green-tinged residue around the lock or on the tips at removal. This is known as ‘Verdigris’ and is perfectly normal. It does not damage or stain the hair and washes away. (You will not notice this in darker hair mainly the lightest shades and in particular blondes) It is not of any concern as our drinking water is carried to our taps through copper pipes! It is, however, a tell-tale sign that clients aren’t drying the root area thoroughly!


Some conditioners have silicone additives which will cause a buildup on the hair. Condition the mid-lengths and ends only. Never apply conditioner over the Mini Tips as this will cause the tip to soften and become sticky which will lead to shedding and strand loss.

Hold hair in a low ponytail and use a wide-toothed shower comb to distribute the conditioner through the mid-lengths and ends, this also helps with detangling. (starting from the ends working your way up to BELOW the tips. DO NOT COMB THE TIPS.)

Thoroughly rinse, gently squeeze out excess water and wrap in a towel.
Blot excess water does not rub.

Finally, apply a leave-in conditioner spray or clear Oil through the mid-lengths and ends. We strongly recommend a weekly LUXURLocks Hairapeutix Regenerative Oil treatment to ensure your hair extensions remain nourished, moisturized and shiny.


Do not leave the hair in the towel for a prolonged period of time.
Gently blot, not rub the hair. Again, hold in a low ponytail and comb through with the shower comb as before.

Take the hair into three or four sections and using a brush specifically designed for use with hair extensions, support the hair at the root, start brushing from the ends, through to the mid-lengths and up and over the tips. The extension brush has long, flexible bristles which will brush at the roots and bend over the tips preventing pulling on them.

The Mini Tip is at its most vulnerable when it is wet so it is essential to thoroughly dry your root area first on a low heat setting, even if you intend to allow the rest to dry naturally.

Remember the Mini Tips are tiny metal tubes and metal conducts heat. If you use a high heat at the root area you will warm up the tips inside the lock. This can cause the Patented Keratin to partially fuse onto the natural hair, on removal the strand could be partially stuck to the hair and break up when removal is attempted, making refitting impossible. Always ‘cold shot’ the root area following blow drying.

Your extensions will take longer to dry than natural hair!

NEVER EVER tie your hair up whilst it is wet – this will cause your extensions to clump together and form a matte ball.


Straighteners, Tongs and Heated Rollers can all be used but must be kept away from the Cylinders and Tips.

Extra care should be taken when straightening due to the Mini Tips being flat it is easy to accidentally run the straighteners over them. Remember the Mini Tips are tiny metal tubes and metal conducts heat. If you use a high heat at the root area you will warm up the tips inside the lock. This can cause the Patented Keratin to partially fuse onto the natural hair, on removal the strand could be partially stuck to the hair and break up when removal is attempted, making refitting impossible.

Always use a heat protection product.


The recommended extension brush (available through LUXURLocks Hair Care) should always be used. These are designed to allow brushing at the root without damaging or snagging the tips.

Section the hair into 3-4 rows, starting at the bottom row, supporting the hair at the bond, begin from the ends, using downward strokes, gradually working your way up to the roots. The flexible bristles on your extension brush will get in at the scalp above the cylinder and then bend over the tip without snagging. Repeat through all sections.

Matting is one of the primary causes of damage to the natural hair due to the hair being pulled into the matted area from different angles causing tension and strain on the root area.

Unfortunately if matting has begun to form the only way to safely remove it is to remove the extensions from the affected area and gently teasing the matt apart. (This also takes longer at your removal appointment, so does end up costing more, so be vigilant to save your hair and your rands!)


Tie hair in a loose low ponytail or plait. (The plait also produces nice waves for the following day.) Never, ever go to bed with wet hair extensions as this will cause severe matting.


Always tie up AND if possible wear a swimming cap. You can protect the mid lengths and ends of your extensions by dampening the hair, holding in a ponytail and applying a watered down conditioner solution (ensuring it doesn’t contact the bonds) plait and secure up out of the way. Shampoo immediately after.


Tie hair up and wash thoroughly after. Perspiration / sweat contains salt which can cause bond deterioration. (Sweating also means your hair is in a damp environment). Regular exercise needing lots of hair washing could have an impact on the Mini Tips, effecting the lifespan / term of wear.


Regular use is not recommended. For occasional use wrap dry hair in a towel or hair turban.


Wrap dry hair in a towel or hair turban.


Styling products can be used but avoid products containing silicone. Never apply products on the Mini Tip or root area as this could lead to the strands slipping out.


Colouring of your hair extensions is done at your own risk. There are no guarantees even if the colour service has been carried out by a professional. The locks are made of metal which should not come into contact with tint, bleach or peroxide.


Extensions should be cut using a completely different technique than natural hair, so always return to your technician for a trim. During your course of wear it is advised you have a trim to keep your extensions looking pristine. These guidelines may seem daunting and a lot of hard work, however once you settle into an excellent routine your additional hair will become like your own and looking after them will become second nature. It is recommended you return regularly for maintenance to ensure your extensions and natural hair remain in optimum condition.


When you should return for removal will depend on your natural hair growth rate, your natural shed rate and the Mini Cylinder programme you have opted to follow. (And of course how well they have been maintained). We recommend 4-6 week maintenance of your Mini Tips with your professional extensionist.

*No liability is accepted for damage occurring through self-removal or if extension removal is carried out by third parties including other extensionists and salons.


Going abroad requires additional aftercare.

Excessive sun and heat exposure, sea salt, chlorinated pools and minerals in different waters all affect our natural hair and it is exactly the same for your hair extensions. All these factors may shorten the lifespan of your extensions, cause them to become dry or change the colour.

The following guidelines are designed to prevent any adverse effect on your extensions (and also your natural hair).

We aim to make our clients fully understand what may happen and why. We offer the best holiday aftercare products and teach the correct aftercare procedures to make wearing your extensions whilst on holiday as simple, easy and trouble free as possible.

The most important factor to take into account are the types of water your hair will come into contact with whilst holidaying and the effects of *OXIDATION.
{*An Oxidizer and the term oxidation is derived from the observation that almost all elements react with oxygen to form compounds called “oxides.” A typical example of oxidation is the corrosion or rusting of iron. Oxidation put simply is the “addition of oxygen.” Anything that adds oxygen (e.g., water, sun or air) to something else (in this case, your hair is called an “oxidizer.”
In moderate amounts, oxidizers can cause loss or fading of hair colour. Great amounts of oxidizers can break down and damage hair, eventually causing it to deteriorate.}

Water/Sun/Air: Oxygen in the air and water coupled with heat and light from the sun cause accelerated oxidation of the hair. The more exposure to the outdoors, the greater the amount of oxidation. For example, colour treated hair fades faster on people with greater exposure to the outdoors, and especially during the summer or going on holiday to sunny climates.

The water you will be washing your hair with is likely to be completely different than the standard filtration systems in our homes. It may contain naturally occurring minerals which when oxidised can have an adverse effect on the hair.

These are the most common culprits:

Copper: This mineral bonds strongly to the hair and originates either from underground water, particles from copper water pipes, or most commonly, copper sulfates added to pool and drinking water to control algae growth. Oxidized copper discolours light hair, producing a green tint, and causes dark hair to tint darker. It can weigh hair down.

(Our micro rings are made of copper coated in paint. When these are regularly left in a damp environment, due to poor aftercare, a green residue begins to form on the lock or ring. This is a perfect physical example of Oxidation as the copper is exposed to moisture for a prolonged period of time, once in contact with the air oxidation begins to occur.

Iron: Found usually in well water in areas that have concentrations of iron in the ground. Concentrations of iron will slowly cause hair to tint darker, add weight to the hair, and even prevent proper chemical processing. Heavy amounts of iron will tint light-coloured hair orange and cause dark hair to become darker with red highlights. Oxidized iron actually functions as an oxidizer in hair in much the same way that mild peroxide attacks the hair. It may cause an excessive dry feeling in the hair and may actually change the textural appearance of the hair.

Magnesium: Magnesium is abundant in the soil and is very much a part of the mineral complex associated with hard water. Like calcium, magnesium attaches to the hair, leaving it feeling dry and weighted down.

Silica: Sand-like substance found in areas of volcanic or desert-like areas. It is usually bound to calcium or magnesium and forms very hard, virtually insoluble deposits on surfaces. Water borne silica can build up on the hair, causing the same effect as calcium – dryness, dandruff, weight, and hair loss.

Ironised water is found in old filtration systems and salt / sodium is added as water softeners. Even using bottled water, when you check the label you will be amazed that most have salt content! (Salt has a drying effect on the hair)
Minerals enter the water either by ground water or surface water.

Ground water comes from under the ground. Both domestic and community wells derive their water from rain passing through aquifers, which are layers of minerals.

The acidity (pH below 7.0) of the rain increases the dissolving effect of minerals; therefore, these dissolved solids are found in the water when pumped above ground and used in bathing.

Surface water comes from rivers or lakes, usually containing fewer minerals because the water has not filtered down through the mineral layers.

Unfortunately, increasing populations are polluting the water, which causes additional bacterial growth. This growth is controlled at treatment facilities by adding chlorine to kill bacteria, and then adding lime (a calcium compound) to help control chlorine levels.

This is the science behind how minerals attach to the hair – The minerals affecting the hair are charged positive. This attachment creates a “wall” of minerals on the protein. Minerals found in water at home are continuously exposed to the hair during bathing. Since hot or warm water is usually selected to wash hair, the cuticle is opened, allowing positively charged elements, such as minerals, to get inside the cuticle and attach to the protein.

Chlorine and Bromine (which is used like chlorine) is present in swimming pools (along with other chemical additives) Hot Tubs, Spas and Jacuzzi’s
Chlorine is added to disinfect and purify drinking water to kill bacteria. It is also used as an active bleach to remove pigment in colour. This is added to water which already contains other natural minerals.

Chlorine is commonly known to turn natural hair green and this is no different with extension hair. Not only can chlorine discolour hair, but it will also damage the cuticle and internal proteins and create an oxidizing effect on elements in the hair. Active chlorine can leave hair feeling gummy when wet, and straw-like when dry. Chlorine can alter the electrical charge on minerals in the hair, causing them to bond stronger to the hair, and may even change the colour of certain minerals. The highly charged mineral may, in turn, damage and/or discolour the hair. Regular swimmers will notice the damage chlorine can cause by making the hair dry and brittle. Desalinated water is used in many places around the world but is most common in the Middle East and The Arabian Gulf.

Desalination is the procedure of eliminating salt from seawater to produce drinking water. Increasing populations are contaminating the oceans and this causes additional bacterial growth. The plants that purify the water must add higher levels of chlorine to kill the bacteria and then add lime (which is a calcium compound) to assist in controlling the chlorine levels!

(Calcium is also the mineral in most of the water in the US).

Mineralised calcium is also found naturally in the ground, especially where limestone is present.

Three ways calcium affects hair:

Calcium builds up on the hair, leaving the hair feeling dry and weighted down.
Calcium salts build up on the scalp and cause flaking, often know as dandruff. These deposits are much like the “bathtub ring” associated with hard water and bath soap.

Calcium “build-up” can clog the hair at the mouth of the follicle, causing the hair to break off, and may coat the scalp, blocking further hair growth.

Seawater which contains very high levels of natural salts can have a very drying effect on the hair (both natural and extensions)

Finally, in hotter climates, you will sweat! Sweat contains natural sodium which is excreted from the body. Heavy sweating can cause the scalp to remain constantly damp. This combined with the natural body salt can have an adverse effect on the bonds of some types of extensions causing them to soften and break down. Breakdown of the bonds will lead to extension loss and shedding.
So now you have a better understanding of the water content and potential effects we are going to throw in another chemical ingredient which plays a major part in colour change.

AVOBENZONE. (Also known as Methoxphenyl, Butylphenylpropane, Butylmethoxydibenzolmethane, Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Parsol1789, Milestab1789, Eusolex9020, Escalol517, NeoHelipan357, Dibenzoylmethane)
This is an ingredient that is used in most sunscreen products for its UVA absorption. This is the ingredient in the cream that discolours your clothes and the same can happen when it comes into contact with the hair. Combine this by coming into contact with any of the minerals mentioned above. A chemical reaction can occur and this is what causes the pinky/orange colour which occasionally happens to your hair.

*Heat can also accelerate the chemical reaction.

Not only is Avobenzone found in sun cream it is also present in many other products too such as moisturisers, powders, foundations, concealers, lip balm, sun protection shampoos, conditioners and sprays. This explains why colour change may only occur in patchy areas of the hair because of the nature and way the hair may have come into contact with the Avobenzone.

Of course, we would never dream of telling you not to use sunscreen and advise you to continue doing so. There are Avobenzone free sunscreens on the market and these are preferable, although you can’t escape from coming into contact with it as we’re sure you have noticed the oily sunscreen residues that float on the surface of the swimming pool.

What you can do is use the products we recommend to prevent this from happening and to take with you to rectify, should colour change occur.

*Please note that colour change MAY happen – it does not happen to every client who goes on holiday but Forewarned is Forearmed!

Finally, the sun can alter the colour of your natural hair and the same can happen to your extension hair. Sun overexposure may also cause your hair to become dry so we recommend either a moisturising leave-in spray or LUXURLocks Hairapeutix Oil through the mid-lengths and ends to help combat the drying effects of the sun and wear a sunhat for added protection. Both can be used on damp or dry hair AVOIDING the root area and attachments.

We recommend tying hair into a low plait and pin your plait up out of the way whilst taking a dip. This will keep your hair contained neatly preventing any matting and tangling.

Our blonde clients are recommended to use the Hairapeutix Hair Oil which is the highest grade of natural oils but is CLEAR in colour as opposed to other Argon/Moroccan Oils which are orange in colour. The coloured oils combined with the heat and sun exposure can give the blonde extensions an unwanted orange brassy tone.

At the end of each day if your hair has come into contact with sea or pool water shampoo and condition thoroughly using the Malibu C Hard Water Wellness range available through LUXURLocks Hair.

DO NOT TIE UP WHILST WET / DAMP AND LEAVE to dry as this will lead to root matting and bonds/keratin tips to soften or the rings/cylinders to form a green coating causing the painted coating to peel away exposing the bare metal (Copper) making them harder to disguise.

Once a week use the Malibu C Hardwater Wellness Remedy, available through LUXURLocks Hair Care.

Finally – brush, brush, brush! Your hair can become a bit more tangled and knotty due to being exposed to all previously mentioned factors. Be regular with your brushing paying particular attention in the attachment areas. Matting is the most commonly reported problem post-holiday and is caused by poor aftercare.

For more information or advice feel free to contact us by emailing

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