Whilst looking your best might not be top of your list if you are not leaving the house and living mostly in your PJ’s, but unless you happen to be in lockdown with your favourite extensionist you really to up your hair care game.  It’s more YOU time and that can’t be bad.  For those of you who were heading towards their next maintenance session, we’ve got some extra advice you are really going to live by.

The lockdown might have slowed your pace of life down, but your haircare regime gives you that routine you need to see you through, and a little extra TLC never goes to waste.   

Brush your hair regularly, especially if wearing it down, and always before washing your hair.  Always start by gently gathering and holding your hair in a ponytail, to brush the knots from the ends of the hair, before brushing from the mid-lengths down, and finally from the tops, being careful over the bonds. Hold and support your hair to prevent snagging.  Don’t forget to clean your hairbrush regularly too.  

Washing Absolutely don’t leave your bonds to dry naturally, but always thoroughly dry them on a low-temperature setting.  If hassle-free beach waves are the look you want, then add some hair oil to the lengths and ends before plaiting and leaving the lengths to dry naturally. 

Treatments are so tempting and before you dive into your bottom draw for the array of please remember that not all products are suitable for hair extensions. Not only could they deteriorate the bonds but also affect the colour and condition of the bonds.  To avoid a hair emergency, stick to the products you know are okay with your hair and maybe either leave your hair conditioner on the ends longer or use hair oil to nourish and hydrate your tresses. Running low on products? you can order from us email us hello@rachaelshairsalon.co.uk 

Individually bonded hair extensions need separating regularly to prevent matting. So, whilst catching up on those Netflix boxsets is an ideal time for this.  We will thank you for the extra effort you put in here.

Styling hold off the heat and give your hair a longer break.  With a little more time on your hands, have fun re-creating some hair tutorials and master the braids you’ve only ever thought of the pros being able to achieve.  Just remember to not pull them too tight to strain the bonds.  Practice makes perfect and by the time we are all out of this, you can show off your new skills.    love all Rachaels Quaranteam x 

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