What is the best way to store hair extensions?

Put the extensions neatly inside the box and store it anywhere dry, cool, and away from sunlight. If you wear your hair extensions daily, placing them on hangers will be the most convenient storage method.

What can I do with old hair extensions?

Hair Bows and Headbands with Old Extensions Use the hair to make hair accessories like an actual hair bow. Form the old tracks into a hair bow and hot glue it to a hair clip. Easily use the bow to jazz up the ponytail or a bun. Utilize your old extensions by also making a braided headband.

How do salons store hair extensions?

Place your extensions in either a storage box or a storage case. Always ensure you store your extensions in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight (like a closet, cabinet or dresser drawer). Also, ensure your extensions are completely dry when storing to prevent mold and other bacteria from growing.

How do you travel with hair extensions?

Once your hair extensions are secured on the hanger and neatly tucked into the Carrier, simply fold the Hanger, roll and button the Carrier up, and store it into your luggage.

What can you not do with hair extensions?

The Dos and Don’ts of Hair Extension Care

  • DO take breaks. …
  • DO avoid salty or chlorinated water. …
  • DO use hair care products. …
  • DO keep brushing your hair regularly. …
  • DON’T wash your hair regularly. …
  • DON’T expose your hair to too much heat. …
  • DON’T sleep with wet hair.
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How do I prepare my hair for extensions?

Tape-in hair extensions will hold their best on clean hair. Wash out any styling product and dry your hair before attempting to apply tape-in hair extensions. Make sure you use a detoxifying shampoo. Other shampoos will leave a residue that can cause extensions to lose their grip.

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