How to fit Micro ring extensions
Step 1: Create a horizontal part using a tail comb or your fingers starting about one inch above your ears. Twist a section of your hair and clip it out of the way using duck-bill clip(s).
Step 2: Twist a small piece of your own hair, Hold the micro ring and pull the big end of the plastic loop until your own piece of hair through the micro ring.
Step 3: After that, the plastic loop should be completely free from the micro ring and hair extensions. Please keep this plastic loop for re-apply purpose if necessary.
Step 4: Pull the micro ring up to about 0.8cm to 1cm from scalp.
Step 5: Grip the micro ring by pliers and the hair extensions is now firmly applied on.
Due to natural hair growth, your extensions will need to be repositioned. Step 1: Using the salon pliers, and starting from the top of the head, one at a time, un-flatten each micro ring slightly. Step 2: Reposition to sit approximately 0.8cm to 1cm from the scalp. Re-flat the micro ring do that the flattened ring is again parallel with the scalp. Repeat this process on each row. WARNING: If the hair strands fall off, repeat the process as shown in how to apply.
Cleaning the hair extensions
Follow the instructions for determining how and when you should wash and care for your products. To keep your hair product looking new and fresh as long as possible! Just like your own hair, hair extensions will accumulate residue through normal wear. If you are wearing the hair all day, every day, you can wash them after 3-4 times wearing. First, gently remove any tangles, gently work a small amount of shampoo into the hair, stroking downwards from the weft base to the ends. Do not twist, scrub or rub the hair. Always use a mild shampoo or one specifically formulated for chemically treated hair. Run the hair under warm water, rinse thoroughly until the water runs clear, as improper rinsing could result in damage. Gently spray conditioner and let stay for three to five minutes. Rinse thoroughly in warm water and gently towel blot to remove excess water. Spray a leave-in conditioner before combing. Starting at the ends, hold the hair firmly. Just treat your hair as if it is on the head of a "Tender-Headed" person! Using a large toothed comb gently to remove tangles, do not use a bristle brush on wet hair. Hang to air dry, set in rollers, or use a blow dryer on a low setting, as desired. If the hair is excessively dry, a "professional" conditioner may be necessary. Steam rollers and/or wet setting are the safest way for curling. Blow dryers, curling irons and other thermal tools may be used on low settings. Remember, the hair may scorch if the setting is too high. If use electric rollers, make sure that the ends are wrapped into the rollers. For cutting, perm or any chemical processes, take the extensions to the professional stylist. Remember Remember to always take your new hair to a salon professional if you need it customized. This will give you the best results! It is best to store the hair in its original container. You can also store the hair in a plastic bag. You may set the hair on rollers that conform to the curl size you wish to maintain before storing in plastic. Do not sleep or swim while wearing the human hair.