The Vivica A. Fox Hair Collection has a new addition: The “AIR” Collection. Newly released, the “Air” Collection has a weft specially designed to maximize air flow and breath-ability. Large spaces are left spaces between the weft’s track’s, to increase the wig cap’s circulation. Additional hair has been added to give each style a volume in place of extra weft space. Its light weight cap design is made of a thin flexible elastic band which allows the wig to stretch and adjust for optimal fit. The “Air” Collection features wigs made of 100% heat resistant fiber. These wigs can be curled to temperatures of up 400 Fahrenheit. This ergonomically designed wig delivers the ultimate in comfort and is ideal for long term wear.
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Gentle brushing should be a daily habit to keep the hair smooth and healthy. Use of a paddle brush is recommended. Star from the tips of the hair and gently brush the hair gradually moving up until combing all the hair.
Avoid any use of heavy products such as mousse, spray, gel, or cream which can weigh the hair down and cause heavy buildup. Alcohol-free, oil-free, silicon based hair conditioning mist or spray is recommended for occasional uses. Products with alcohol dry out hair and applying too much products will cause residue.
Before going to bed, brush your hair and smooth out any tangles. Gently wrap the hair in satin or silk scarf. Make sure your hair is dry and tangle-free before sleeping.
Before shampooing, gently de-tangle the hair with wide-toothed comb and remove the dirt by brushing with paddle brush. Never pull or tug hair while brushing.
Soak the hair with lukewarm or cold water and gently massage the hair with quality shampoo to release dirt or oil. Use a wide tooth to gently comb to smooth out any folded strands.*Never wrap or rub damp hair in a towel. Applying conditioner is highly recommended. Shampooing once a week is also recommended.
Apply heat with ceramic flat or curling irons only when the hair is completely dry. Spray or apply heat protector before applying heat. Excessive heat may damage and dry out the hair.
Chemically treating hair yourself (ex. dye or perm) is not recommended. Only highly experienced professionals should be responsible for chemical treatments of hair.
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The summer sun and warm weather will do wonders for your spirits as well as your mane. To ensure that you bloom and blossom even as the season does I highly recommend color- new season, new locks, new you!
Remember though that colored tresses will require a bit more attention so conditioning at least once a week will keep hair breakage at bay. The rule of thumb being if you are coloring your hair DO NOT in the same siting relax your hair, and vice versa- wait at least 7-10 days.
But who said a girl can’t have it all! If coloring your hair leaves you a bit light headed then colored hair extensions, while trendy, will still ensure that your natural mane goes unscathed. My Personal go-to-color extensions this season are burgundy wine (#132) for the bold, medium brown (# 30) for the fun loving girl, and all my color shy sisters can step into the lime light with a dark brown (#4).
Elle Magazine was recently quoted saying , “2013 was the year of the tresses,” so regardless of whether you are celebrating summer or saying hello to winter color will be your trend staple. Warm up winter with a dark chocolate mane (#4 ) softened with medium brown hues. I recently saw all three colors #132, #30, and #4 on a single head and was in love! The look was red top heavy and gently cascaded into a decadent threesome hue.
Whatever your color preference this seasonal trend is all about movement; single colored manes are taking a definite back sit.
- Katanekwa Matundwelo
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