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Proper aftercare and timely move-ups are crucial to the investment you've made.

If you experience any discomfort after getting your extensions, such as itching or aching, don't worry, it's normal and usually goes away within a few days once you adjust to your new head of hair.

If it doesn't go away within 5 days, please feel free to contact me so I can address the issue and

make adjustments to your Goud Rows. 



— Brush out any tangles in your hair BEFORE showering to avoid matting

— Always use SULFATE FREE shampoo & conditioner

— Gently scrub your scalp with sulfate free shampoo using the tips of your fingers and make sure to get in between each row

— Rinse well

— Apply sulfate free conditioner to mid lengths and ends

— I recommend using a weekly deep conditioning hair mask on mid to ends to keep the hair in best condition.

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— To properly brush, I recommend sectioning your hair with a clip and exposing only the bottom weft first. Hold the seam of the weft with one hand and gently brush starting with your ends and working your way up.

Never brush across the seams of the weft. The wefts are very delicate and the bristles of the brush can cause damage.

—  Working your way up, repeat the same process for each weft. 



— Now that you have more hair,

your blow dry might take a bit longer.

— First, get as much moisture out of your extensions using a towel.

— Next, get 75% of the moisture out of your extensions using only your hands and blow dryer. Make sure to point the blow-dryer down,

towards your ends to help cut down on tangles.

— Once your hair is 75% dried, you can then use a round brush

to style the extensions with minimal tension.

— I do not recommend air-drying your extensions. Air drying any hand-tied or machine Goud Row wefts can lead to chaffing on the scalp.

If you wish to air dry your hair, make sure to hit the seams of the wefts with the blow dryer to ensure the hair along the seam is dry.



— Always brush your hair before bed.

— I recommend sleeping with your hair in a loose braid or low-loose ponytail using a scrunchie.

— For extra care, sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase.


— If you plan on keeping your extensions long term,

plan your budget to have them moved up/tightened

every 4-6 weeks to protect your hair investment.​ 

— On average, a person sheds 50-150 strands of hair per day. Move ups of extension rows are very important because hairs that have already naturally shed will be stuck in the beads until I have a chance to remove the weft

and brush them out. The sooner you get them tightened, the better. Waiting long periods of time in between tightening can cause tangling, matting and stress to your natural hair.

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— I do not recommend getting your hair wet when in

salt water or chlorine pools. Wearing it up is highly recommended.

— SPF protection that is not mineral based can stain hair extensions. Particularly blonde hair extensions are susceptible to discoloration. Brunettes may notice a slight color change too. I recommend only using a MINERAL BASED SUNSCREEN. 

Any use of a sunscreen that is not mineral based has ingredients called Avobenzone & Octocrylene that will turn the

extensions a “pinky-orange” color.

— To help keep your hair extensions color from fading,

I recommend wearing a hat when you’re exposed to sunlight

for long periods of time.

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