Lionhardt Extensions are 100% Virgin Remy Human Hair Extensions


How to Care For Your Extensions

  • Home Care

Keep your hair and scalp clean! When sweat and dirt build up your can hair tangle. Use only the recommended shampoo and conditioner. Detangle your hair first from the ends to the roots before shampooing. Wash your hair gentle in a downward motion (from the roots to the ends). Rubbing can cause the hair to tangle. When you're done rinse your hair thoroughly. Condition your hair after every wash, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends, but take care to avoid getting conditioner on the bonds, at it can loosen the bonds and make your extensions fall out. Dry your hair gently, don't rub it with a towel but move in a downward motion from roots to ends. Never sleep on or tie up wet hair extensions. 

  • ​​Styling

 Be careful with the use of blow dryers, flat irons and curling irons, as too much heat near the bonds can cause them to deteriorate.  Use only the recommended brush for hair extensions when brushing your hair. It is best to start at the ends of your hair and when any tangles are removed gently work your way up. Always brush in a downward motion. Do not tease or backcomb your extensions. 

  • Hair styling products

Use a good (leave-in) conditioner to keep your hair soft and manageable, but always avoid the bonds. Avoid products with oils, silicones or alcohol. 

  • Hair treatments

When you would like to perm or color your hair, don't do it yourself. Let your extension stylist take care of all chemical treatments you would like to do.

  • Sleeping

NEVER sleep on wet hair. Make sure that your hair is completely dry when you go to sleep. A good habit is to tie your hair together in a low ponytail or loose braid to prevent tangling as much as possible.

  • Lifestyle

Avoid long exposure to chlorine and salt water. Chlorine and salt water can cause the hair to tangle and mat up. It is recommended to wear a swim cap if possible or wear your hair up to keep it out of the water. If neither are possible, wet your hair with clean tap water and apply conditioner (do not rinse!) and lightly braid.  After swimming it is necessary to shampoo and condition your hair immediately. In general it is a good habit to wear your hair up or in a ponytail when you exercise​​. 

. . . and as always . . . if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask!


Lionhardt Hair

by Joelle Leigh