Electric Sun Salon & Spa offers Hair Extensions from 10″ up to 24″
Schedule a FREE Consultation. We will walk you through the process and costs
Hair Extensions Consultation Appointments are the start of your hair extensions journey. It is a chance to meet with your technician to discuss your requirements, cost, and color.
CAN I WORKOUT WITH HAIR EXTENSIONS?
Yes!~ You can workout and treat this as your normal hair. Your head may be sore for a couple days after installation, so we do not recommend ponytails for the first few days.
HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO COME IN?
We recommend coming in for a ‘mini-move’ appointment every 4-6 weeks (depending on the type of extension) to move your extensions up easily.
DO I REALLY NEED TO BLOW DRY THEM EVERYTIME I GE THEM WET?
Yes, you really do. Moisture that is left behind leaves room for mildew and mold to potentially build up. It is not necessary that you blow dry your whole head, but just where the extensions are placed.
CAN I PUT HEAT ON THE EXTENSIONS?
Yes! Hair extensions tend to hold a curl better, so you will not need to style as often. As always, make sure you’re using a good heat protectant and hydrating those ends!
BRUSH MULTIPLE TIMES DAILY FROM ROOTS TO ENDS
It is important to not let the Extensions become matted.
ALWAYS LIGHTLY BRAID YOUR HAIR WHEN SLEEPING
Doing this will keep your extensions in place. Avoid tangling, and keep it smooth for next day styling.
APPLY HYDRATING OILS AND SERUMS TO YOUR ENDS
Your extensions do not get the natural oils coming from your scalp, so make sure to hydrate them with salon quality serums and oils.
USE SALON QUALITY SHAMPOO / CONDITIONER
Using cheap products will effect the longevity of your extensions. You want to make sure you are taking exceptional care of them with the right products recommended to you by your stylist. Make sure when shampooing to get in between your wefts and make sure all is rinsed out.
BLOW DRY YOUR HAIR AFTER GETTING WET
Spaces in between your wefts are left to become mildewy if not dried after being we. On a cool setting, you’ll want to ensure you lift up your weft’s and blow dry in sections until it is completely dry.