Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Why MyHairX for Hair Extensions

What makes us different?



Customize - We offer a variety of hair extensions with over 32+ colors (ombre, mermaid, mixed colors), 3 textures and 8 hair lengths. You can create hair that is exactly you want and need. For a view of all our colors you can order a color ring.





 


Excellence- Our hair extensions are the highest quality 100% Russian and Indian Remy Human Hair. We made our hair affordable so everyone can experience being beautiful.


 

 


Value- We provide a great value with our customer service making sure every experience with MyHairX is outstanding.




 
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

How to Color Hair Extensions


We have many colors of hair extensions in several different hair extensions methods. (Check our our Color Ring!) But sometimes there isn’t one that fits you or your client perfectly. One option is to dye the hair extensions. Here are some coloring tips:

  • Strand Test First. Make sure the finished product is going to be what you want by dying a section of hair before doing the whole thing.
  • Deposit, Don’t Lift. If you know you’re going to need to dye your extensions, order a shade or two lighter and add color. Never lift color. The hair extensions have already gone through a dying process, and lifting color will damage them.
  • Stay within 2 Shades. Go darker, but only two shades darker.
  • Color Before Installation. It’s easier on the bonds and on your client’s head.
  • Demi- or Semi- Only. You don’t need the permanent color. Demi-permanent and semi-permanent colors will produce the same effect, but won’t cause as much strain on the extensions as permanent dye does.

Treat the colored extensions like you would your own color-treated hair. Don’t wash them for the first 24 hours, use sulfate-free and color-safe products and avoid chlorinated water.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Keeping Your Hair Healthy with Hair Extensions







 

We always want what we don't have and hair is no different. Hair extensions have become an extreme demand for women (and some men) of all different races. However we want to share how to avoid damage to your natural hair  with following a few simple tips.
 

Do Your Homework

There are many different methods for applying hair extensions and not all of them are good for your natural hair depending on it's texture and density do your research. You should know your options before making a choice.

 
The Right Stylist

After you've chosen the best method for your hair, choose the right hair stylist. While most stylists will get the job done to your liking, you want to make sure that they're also taking care of your natural hair. Ask questions about the products they use and let them know of any problems (with another stylist or complications with certain products) you've incurred in the past.  While you want to look good, the health of your hair is equally important.

 



Don't Ignore Your Hair

Even when you have your extensions in it's important not to ignore your scalp and roots. At least once a week you should (gently) shampoo and deep condition your scalp. (It is possible, no matter what method you've chosen)

 
Do It Yourself/Maybe

If after a couple of trips to the salon you think you've got the method down and want to try it yourself... think again. Your stylist has gone through months of training to learn the best techniques.  Be careful if you trying to duplicate from being a spectator. Make sure you feel very comfortable before installing or removing extensions.  There are classes and instructional videos that will help you be successfully when working with extensions. If in doubt for whatever reason, wait until your next appointment so a professional can install or take them out properly.


 

Too Much of Anything is a Bad Thing

While you can extend their usage by following these tips your hair still needs to breath every once in a while If you can manage it, try going without the extensions for at least a month every 4 to 6 months.

 

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Friday, February 28, 2014

How to Add Curls to Hair Extensions




Want Curls with your Hair Extensions




Have you ever asked....how do I get my hair extensions to curl?


We have the answer for you. Bella Hair X extensions are made of 100% human hair, so curling irons and other heat tools are still going to work just as they do on your own hair.


If you’re using a curling or flat iron use low heat settings and use a heat protectant spray. You should actually be doing this on your natural hair anyway to prevent damage and breakage.


For Fusion or Tape-In extensions, do not to get the heat tool too close to the bonds. The heat will soften the bonds and make them loose.


You can also get great curls without heat. This is ideal because heat products can damage and dry out extensions (just as they can to your own hair). It can also be a time-saver for busy mornings.

For Clip-Ins, wash and moisturize the extensions and then roll the hair into Velcro Hair Curlers. Let them dry overnight, and then unwind the extensions when they’re dry. Then place them in your hair as you normally would.


Curlers work for the permanent methods too. Roll them in your favorite foam curlers right along with your natural hair. Put your hair in curlers when it’s damp but almost dry, if it’s soaking wet, it probably won’t dry in time. (Remember, hair extensions take a bit longer to dry.) Take out your curlers in the morning, do any necessary touch-ups and re-curls, and you’re good to go!
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