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Ladyrite is a brand that specializes in the production and sale of wigs for nearly 20 years. We have mature production technology; all hairstyles are well designed, we have our factory, each batch of hair will be strictly inspected to ensure the quality meets the sale standard.

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FAQ:

Q: Can they be straightened, curled?

A: Treat the hair as if it is your own. Use a flat iron/ straightener or tongs, even when fitted, but as with your own hair, never use hot tools too often as you could dry the hair and it will not last as long

Q: Can I dye color the hair?

A: Yes. The hair can be colored. As a general rule it is easier to darken the hair than to lighter the hair. We recommend to dye darker, not lighter since the hair extension has been processed and colored, it is difficult to fade the original color. Improper dying will ruin the hair.

We highly recommend having your hairdresser dye the extensions as you will get the results you want, coloring them yourself always poses a high risk of not coming out the shade you want. If you can’t get to a salon, always use a good quality hair dye and test a small sample first.

Q: Can I wash amp; blow-dry the hair extensions?

A: You can wash them as you would your own. Shampoo and conditioner. We also recommend using a hair treatment on them every few weeks, because the hair is not attached to your scalp, it is not getting the oils it should be. Using a treatment/hair mask will need to wash your extensions too much, about every 3 weeks. The extensions can be blow-dryed on low setting, but it is not recommended to do it too often. It is best to let your hair extensions dry naturally after washing them.

Q: How many pieces Hair for one head?

A: Normally 2 packs are enough for a full head

You can always use the leftover hair later. If you are using hair over 18" long you might need another pack.

Q: How to tell human hair with synthetic hair?

A: Human hair has natural protein, it is easy to tell by burning and smelling, human hair will be ash, which will go away after pinching, human hair will smell foul when burning, the human hair will show white smoke. While synthetic hair will be a sticky ball after burning and will show black smoke, moreover, human hair may have few gray hair and split end, it is normal and not a quality problem.

Q. How long does it last?

A: This hair can last for a very long time depending on how you maintain it. Treat it like your own hair and take very good care of it for it to last longer. Many hair extensions prefer Brazilian or Indian hair because it is beautiful and unprocessed which makes it last longer than any other kind of hair.

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