Frequently asked questions
What length should I purchase?
All bundles must be measured to the stretch. With that said, please keep in mind that you will need to accommodate for its curl pattern when selecting your desired length. The Wavy hair has an average shrinkage of up to 2 inches; Curly hair has an average shrinkage of 2 inches; the Kinky Curly has an average shrinkage of 2-4 inches
Hair Length Chart
If you have straight hair…your hair will appear its actual length. This is because there are no kinks or bends in your mane, resulting in strands that hang long. For example, if you have 12 inches of length, your hair will likely fall just past your shoulders.
If you have wavy hair…your hair may appear a tad shorter than it actually is. This is because you have a bit of a bend to your hair texture. So, if you have 12 inches of length, you’ll generally have a shoulder-length mane.
If you have curly hair…your hair will appear an inch or two shorter than it actually is since you have tighter kinks and coils throughout your mane. This means if you have 12 inches of length, your hair will fall about an inch or two above your shoulders
WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE BUYING HAIR EXTENSIONS
So, what about adding length to your mane? Well, when it comes to hair extensions, the same rule of thumb about hair length and type applies. This means those 24-inch curly hair extensions you’re thinking about purchasing will likely look a few inches shorter than they are. Keep that in mind during your quest for long hair!
How many bundles should I purchase?
For a full weave install for styles 18 inches or shorter, we recommend three bundles. However for styles longer than 18" inches, we recommend using 4-5 bundles to achieve a full look.
What is the difference between lace front and full lace wig?
Lace Front Wigs
The main difference between these two kinds of wigs lies in the material used for the base. A lace front wig uses a sheer lace base for the front portion of the wig. In some lace front wigs, the lace covers the front half of the wig while in others, the lace is only used for a couple of inches. The rest of the base is made of a thicker but still comfortable material.
Lace front wigs look very natural towards the front because the lace is almost invisible. The hair can be parted in the middle or on the sides. Also lace front wigs are attached to your head with an adhesive only along your hairline above your forehead.
Full Lace Wigs
Full lace wigs, on the other hand, come with a base that is made entirely of lace. The lace material essentially covers the whole head even all the way to the back. Because of this, full lace wigs are more versatile because you can also style them into up-dos, braids, and many other hairstyles that are not possible with a front lace wig.
What are the best products to use for my hair?
To make sure your natural hair and your extensions maintain their qualities it is important to add both nutrition and moisture. Because hair extensions do not have their own follicles and always lie slightly away from the scalp, they do not share the same natural oils as your natural hair. This makes them even more dependent on added moisture and oils to keep from getting dry and coarse. A dry climate, like that of Palm Springs, also makes the hair drier, especially during the summer months. The two most important products for giving your natural hair and your extensions the care and moisture they need are shampoo and conditioner. Absolutely, try staying away from shampoos with sulfate in them and use hydrating conditioners! Leave-in conditioners and heat protectants will prolong your RSB Hair life span.
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