Washing your hair extensions: 

Co-washing your extensions before installing is important to do.  Not only gently cleanse the hair but to also add luster, shine and bounce back into the hair for a flawless install.
Please, follow these steps to get the best results. 

Step 1: Saturate the hair with warm water and apply a sulfate free moisturizing condition i.e KMIA&Co Conditioner.
Step 2: Comb conditioner through extensions with a wide tooth comb.
Step 3: Conditioner should sit for at least 5 minutes. 
Step 4: Rinse thoroughly with warm to cool water in order to close the hair cuticles and lock in moisture and shine.
Step 5: Let hair air dry.
Step 6: Proceed to install (Note: Read How to Prevent Shedding Before Installing)


We only suggest shampooing your extensions if the hair cuticles have an excessive amount of product build up causing the hair to be weighed down. Regularly, shampooing can dry out the hair and strip it of its natural moisture. Be sure to use only sulfate free shampoo when cleansing and always follow it with a moisture conditioner


How to prevent shedding:

All Extensions are subject to shedding. However, chemically processing the hair, Vigorously brushing, combing and constant wear/tear can cause the hair to shed more than normal. However, you can prevent shedding by implementing these tips.


Weft Hair Extensions: 

Step 1. RE-SEAL YOUR WEFTS- Before installing your hair, open and unravel the bundle of hair. Lay it flat across a nonstick surface.  Apply a weft sealant of your choice along the top of your weft bundles. Applying sealant on one side should suffice, as most sealers seep through onto the other side. Allow sealant to completely dry before installing.
Step 2. We suggest you do not cut the weft extensions. But, if you do use a weft sealer on each cut end.

Step 3. SEW AROUND YOUR WEFTS-It’s imperative not to puncture sewing needle through your wefts. Be sure to have your stylist sew around your wefts. Puncturing through the wefts will cause the stitch along the track to loosen and immediately prompt shedding.


Frontals, Closures, and Wigs: 

Step 1: Lace fabric is very delicate we suggest to be very careful and gentle when handling you lace extensions. 
Step 2: Handling your lace extensions with tools such as tweezers, bobby pins or rattail combs can cause the lace to rip. Be gentle when brushing and combing. 
Step 3: Use a spray sealant such as Knot Seal to help minimize and prevent shedding.

Avoid bleaching the knots of your lace, chemicals can cause the knots & lace to weaken and may promote shedding. Use a concealer powder in lieu of bleach.


Step 1: Brush out all waves/curls using a wide tooth comb or denim brush.
Step 2: Generously, apply water using a spray bottle until hair is completely saturated.
Step 3: Apply a generous amount of Tresses Anti Frizz Leave-In Conditioner for a very soft fluffy hold. For a more define wave/curl pattern use Tresses Curling Cream.
Step 5: Allow hair to fully air dry before touching and manipulating curls.




Step 1: Detangle by using a wide-toothed comb or detangling brush. Gently start from the ends and work your way up towards the lace.
Step 2: Run closure under warm water and use sulfate free shampoo. Work shampoo throughout the hair in a downward motion from the lace to the ends. Do not scrub the lace, it can cause it to tear or shed.
Step 3: Rinse and apply conditioner. Rinse clean.
Step 4: Detangle once more and let air dry or use a blow dryer on low heat




Step 1: Detangle by using a wide-toothed comb or detangling brush. Gently start from the ends and work your way up towards the lace.
Step 2: To define or create a new part lightly spray the base of the lace with water or wrapping foam, part hair as desired and tie down with silk scarf for a min of 20 mins are until dry
Step 3: Style hair as desired. If using heat tools use a heat protectant and refrain from touching your lace with heat tool.