Frequently Asked Questions About Extentions

100% Remy human hair extensions are always going to be chemically processed, so investing and taking time to give your hair that TLC will keep them looking great and reassure the health of your natural hair. To preserve color and give your extensions enough moisture and nutrients, choose products suitable for dry, colored or bleached hair. These types of products are rich in moisture something your hair extensions will need as is does not receive nutrients and oils naturally from the scalp. We do not recommend using purple shampoo can have damaging effects on extensions, and the extensions could end up purple and even color cannot be guaranteed.

After washing your hair, get rid of any excess water and gently dry with a towel. Do not let the hair dry over time in a towel or in a bun. Add more moisture to the hair after washing it, to ensure your hair will be soft and smooth, by using a leave-in product recommended by your hair extensions stylist. Invest in a hair mask every third hair wash to give your extensions enough moisture to stay soft and smooth. Always dry your hair by using a hairdryer to avoid the tape staying wet for too long. If the tape is not completely dried, it may affect the quality and durability of the tape. Brush the hair gently with a soft, boar bristle brush. Sleep with a braid, and do not go to bed with your hair wet.

Yes a leave-in spray/cream or deep intensive treatment masks are great to care of your extensions and give it a moisture boost as well as protecting your hair throughout the day. These products will also keep the extensions feeling soft and looking healthy, and we recommend to always use a leave-in after washing and before brushing. Only apply product to the length and ends of the hair and avoid applying any products on the tape or near the tape to ensure the durability of the tape.

As with styling, you can use most styling products in your extensions and the styling possibilities are many with your new locks. A big watch out is dry shampoo which always should be avoided touching the tape. This is because the dry shampoo will further dry our the tape and will affect the quality and durability of the tape.

Yes, of course! We recommend always using a leave-in treatment spray or cream that includes heat protection up to 220 degrees. Always avoid using a flat/curling iron or any styling tool with heat directly on the tape or near the tape area.

We always recommend exercising with your hair either braided or in a ponytail to avoid tangles. When dirt and sweat builds up in the hair it tangles, so it is important to brush the hair before and after exercise. Wash the hair after going to the gym.

We recommend avoiding chlorine and salt water if possible. However, if you are going to swim, we recommend rinsing the hair thoroughly after in clean water, and protect the hair with a leave-in product. You should carefully put it up in a ponytail or braid it to avoid contact with chlorine or salt water.

Do not attempt to remove the extensions yourself. This should always be done by a certified VOKE Master Hair Extensions Stylist.

The hair needs to be reapplied every 6-8 weeks, depending on your hair growth and how well you take care of the hair.

We have 15 different colors of love in our assortment. At Voke Master Hair Extensions we are especially know and loved for our unique selection of high quality cool blonde tones. Now we also offer 3 different Ombre colors as well.

Our extensions are 100% Cuticle Remy Hair, which means that all the hair strands are facing the same direction. Therefore, it has a more natural look and blends beautifully with your own hair.

Our suppliers follow our strict Code of Conduct which ensures us that VOKE Master Hair Extensions are made from hair from women who voluntarily cut their hair and donated it to the temples in India. Furthermore, our Code of Conduct ensure that a good work environment and that health and safety is in place. To make sure our guidelines and Code of Conduct is followed, we regularly audit our suppliers.