Washing Your Crown
- Before washing, use a paddle brush to gently detangle it. Avoid using standard brushes. For curly hair, use a wide-tooth comb.
- Always detangle hair from bottom to top, to avoid shedding and matting.
- Soak your Crown in a mixture of mild shampoo and conditioner. Use warm water only.
- Soak it gently in the sink as if you were washing a delicate shirt.
- DO NOT rub your Crown when washing, and always let the hair and water flow in a downward direction to prevent matting.
- Work shampoo/conditioner through the hair from top to bottom.
Rinse with warm water.
- Gently blot hair with a towel. Do not twist or wring it out.
- Comb wet hair with a wide tooth comb, one section at a time, from the bottom to top using gentle downward strokes,
- Never begin combing at the top or middle. Drying
- Crowns can be roller-set, air-dried, or placed under a hooded dryer.
- To re-style your Crown, you may use a blow dryer, curling iron, flat iron, or rollers.
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Styling Your Crown
- Always use a wide tooth or pick comb for curly styles and a wide paddle brush for straight styles. Avoid using standard brushes.
- When brushing, start at the ends and gently work your way to the roots.
- For on the go styles for curly Crowns put water and leave in conditioner into a spray bottle. Mix them together and spray it on the areas that feel dry.
- To completely restyle your Crown, we suggest taking it to us as a part of our Drop Off Service where we will wash and restyle your stylist. If you decide to do it yourself, please follow these guidelines:
please follow these guidelines:
- Place your Crown on a proper stand to support it. Use standard, electric rollers or pin curls.
- Remove tangles with a paddle brush or wide-tooth comb. Wind hair onto rollers, smoothing ends as you go. o Allow hair to cool before removing rollers or pin curls.
Lightly brush or backcomb desired areas and spray with hairspray.
- For straight looks, a flat iron is needed to recreate the original style. For looks with a loose wave, use a medium or large iron to recreate the original look.
- Please keep in mind that your Crown is versatile and many styles can be created.
A light holds hairspray is optimal for a longer lasting hold.
- Longer Crowns can be roller set and placed under a hooded dryer for a fuller, bouncy look.
When using heat, make sure to circulate the heat evenly and continuously. Please keep in mind that your Crowns are made of human hair and require as much care as your natural hair.