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Hair Care





Here at HairEveryWhere we take hair care very serious! throughout the years numerous of our customers have failed to follow our Hair Care tip thus destroying there beautiful hair!.

Below I will personally detail how to keep your hair looking and feeling great!! Remember Less is more! Follow the steps below.


Step 1: Type of Hair?


Hair care depends on a variety of things; one of most important of them all is texture! if your new to virgin hair I always recommend going with an easy and manageable style such as Body Wave or straight. Textures such as Curly, Kinky Curly, Deep Wave, DeepBodyWave, Crazy Curly, and natural wave tend give ladies new to virgin hair a little trouble as a little shedding and tangling which is normal may occur more when these textures are neglected.



Step 2: Find a professional stylist!


Does he or she have 1500 hours? And updated license, no matter how good or how much a person says they know what to do if he or she does not have 1500 hours they should not be touching your hair and will void your warranty. Most professional stylist work at salons, and has clientele to show their work. Don’t let someone ruin your investment you did wait 7-10 business days and spent your hard earned money for a bad install.



Step 3: Seal your wefts!


Seal those wefts seal those wefts! Many complaints on virgin hair come from cutting the track line (weft) without resealing your weft. Please let your stylist know if you plan on cutting the hair please seal the wefts!



Step 4: Washing/conditioning your hair!


Please pay close attention to this section washing your hair is very important!! This is virgin hair and should be treated and cared for just as your hair. Below are some products to wash and condition your hair with. You should wash your hair every two weeks or when needed


Products are listed below


Design Essentials Moisturizing Shampoos and Conditioners

Crème of Nature Sulfate Free Argon Oil Conditioner

Macadamia Natural Brand Oil Shampoo and Conditioner

Organic Root Stimulator Revitalizing Conditioner (for extra dry or damaged hair)

Paul Mitchell The Detangler

Suave Professionals Sleek Moisturizing Shampoo

One 'N' Only Restorative Mask


Silicone mix shampoo and conditioner (highly recommended)



Step 5:  Products not to use!!! This will cause tangling shedding and matting.



  •     Tresemme Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     Dove Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     Garnier Fructis Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     White Rain Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     Aussie Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     V05 Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     Pantene Pro-v Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     Head and Shoulders Shampoo and Conditioner
  •     L’Oreal Shampoo and Conditioner

Mixed Chicks Shampoo and Conditioner


  •     Herbal Essence Shampoos, 2in1, and Conditioners
  •     Organix Moroccan Shampoo/Conditioner (blue bottles)




Step 6: Styling your hair??


In addition to continuous moisture, a quality styling serum should be a staple used to calm your hair, prevent frizz, seal in your hairs moisture, and add shine.

When applying heat to your hair, always use a quality heat protectant. As your own hair; your extensions will become damaged by excessive heat. If your hair becomes heat damaged, it will lose its natural curl/wave pattern, and/or have many damaged dry or brittle ends. Heat damage cannot be reversed. Coarser textures are more prone to heat damage and dryness.


Step 7: Tangling and matting???

If your hair is tangling it means its DRY or has product buildup. If all of your hair is dry, then try another conditioner or regimen that works better at moisturizing your hair. All conditioners and product will not work well with every bundle. Each bundles comes from a single donor and May or may not respond well to your regimen. If one or more of your bundles is tangling, deep condition your hair with a rich conditioner or mask and allow it to sit on the hair for at least an hour. If your hair responds well to a deep condition and stops tangling, then continue to deep condition as often as your hair needs it. If your hair does not respond well to a deep condition, you will need to try a product that agrees with your hair. You may have a bundle of hair that doesn’t act or respond like the others. It doesn’t mean your bundle is "bad". It means that you will need to find a regimen that agrees with that bundle until they all cooperate harmoniously. If your hair has product buildup, wash your hair with a clarifying or sulfate free shampoo and recondition your hair as normal.


Virgin hair (especially curly hair) is very high maintenance. If you aren't willing to maintain you’re hairs moisture and cleanliness pr taking the time to find a good regimen?  You may want to consider another texture. Curly hair is definitely for advanced-intermediate Virgin hair wearers and extremely different than caring for hair from your local Beauty Supply Store.




If all of these steps are followed! You will never have problem out of your hair if you do and you have it documented please email or call us during normal business hours for more tips.