Shampooing Your Hair System

Shampooing Your Hair System

Begin by diluting shampoo with water (50/50 ratio) into a spray bottle.

Spray the shampoo mixture onto scalp. (If you are wearing your hair system at the time of shampooing avoid using the shampoo near attachment site as adhesive may detach prematurely).

Press and slide shampoo into the hair system one section at a time from the root to the ends with a sponge or press with palms and squeeze the shampoo through the ends. Never rub or matte the hair in any way or tangling will result.

Thoroughly rinse your hair system with lukewarm (not hot) water. Ensure that you get as much of the shampoo out of your hair system to prevent shampoo build-up or possibly even an itchy scalp.

Repeat rinsing process again ensuring that you lift up each section of your hair system and thoroughly rinse underneath. Please keep your hair travelling in one direction (hanging downwards in one direction) and not allowing the hairs to cross over each other as this seriously increases the risk of developing tangles.

Using a wide toothed comb gently comb through your hair system by starting from the ends and working up little by little to the scalp area. Hold the base area with your other hand to keep it from shedding or causing root tension.

Blot dry your hair system by gently pressing/patting the hair with a cotton towel and never rubbing the hair.


If you wash/condition your hair system whilst it is attached to your head it is important that you press firmly at the attachment site. You do this by using the flat edge of a comb to firmly press around the perimeter of your hair system for one minute at a time. Use a flat comb as your fingers will carry a natural residue that will affect the bond. By doing this you will keep your hair system firmly attached to the scalp area.


Avoid washing hair upside down in the sink as this can cause extreme tangles. Always keep the hair going in the same direction with system base facing upward.

Do not go to bed with wet hair.

Do not choose shampoos for oily hair. Choose ones that say they are sulfate free and designed for dry, coloured or chemically treated hair as they add the most moisture.


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