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    Collection: FAQ's


    General Questions

    • + How often should I shampoo my hair?

      The maximum we recommend is twice a week, but your lifestyle would be the deciding factor. Just remember over-washing strips the scalps of its natural oils. It can also make your hair appear to be less shiny. Try not to shampoo out of habit only when necessary.

    • + How can I create volume?

      Use a volume building shampoo ,blow dry upside down, Or changing your natural part.

    • + Is it dandruff or psoriasis?

      There are a few differences, Psoriasis is long-lasting while dandruff may come and go. It's more scaly than flaky. If it's mild, scalp psoriasis looks like scaly, silvery, or powdery patches that may come off in tiny pieces and should be treated sooner than later.

    • + How do I define my curls?

      Different techniques such as finger coiling and two strand twist are great but also styling products are key to popping curls. In order to define your curls, you have to use a product that has a great hold and avoid products that contain alcohol. It will dry your hair out and make your curls stiff.


    Common Questions

    • + Can I go back to blonde in one session?

      Absolutely not, you have to Go through sessions For your hair to remain healthy going From black to blonde is achievable but it will take time

    • + When should I get a protein treatment?

      Hair is made of protein. It’s important to replenish the protein so that your hair stays strong. This helps cut down on breakage and shedding and is recommended every 6 to 8 weeks.

    • + When do I need to get a toner?

      Depending on you hair type and hair condition, toner can last between 4-to-6 weeks. Hair that has been coloured previously can sometimes hold toners for less time than hair that has only been coloured once.

    • + Do I need to get my hair pressed, to get a trim?

      A silk press is not required to trim natural hair. If you wear it curly we can trim it curly.

    • + How often should I get a trim?

      Trims are recommended every 6 to 8 weeks. Normal wear and tear or tight ponytails, contribute to hair splitting. The split starts at the ends but will rise up the hair shaft. The longer you Wait the more it breaks


    Common Questions

    • + Dry Shampoo?

      Dry shampoo is dirty hairs best kept secret it’s a instant hair refresher! Get Gorgeous-Looking Hair In Between Washes! You won’t regret it.

    • + What is Olaplaex, and how does it help my hair?

      Olaplex is formulated to protect hair from chemical damage. It Reconnects broken bonds and repairs the damage to hair that has been compromised by chemical processing, heat styling, and mechanical abuse. Olaplaex Improves and maintains hair strength and integrity. Helps repair damage from frequent coloring and bleaching.

    • + What are steam treatments?

      Steam treatments Provide an amazing amount of moisture to your hair. If you haven’t had one in a while you’re missing out.

    • + Will color mess up my curl pattern?

      Any checmical process has the ability to slightly alter your curl pattern. Whenever you alter or manipulate the hair's protein bonding arrangement, a slight relaxing effect can occur. Some feel it makes their hair more manageable. But the change is not drastic.

    • + How long will my color last?

      Permanent color (lasts until your hair grows out or you recolor) it should be refreshed when your roots start to show, about 4 to 6 weeks .

    • + What Is a protein treatment?

      Protein treatments are used to add strength and resiliency to damaged hair by attaching hydrolyzed proteins directly to the hair follicle and hardening the cuticle layer making the hair stronger .

    • + What products are best for my curls?

      Curly hair is very porous it absorbs a lot of product and requires more moisture than most. So sulfate free and very moisturizing products will be the most beneficial for your hair.