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Tips About Balayage

  • Depending on how intense the balayage look is, you should schedule salon visits no more than 8-12 weeks apart.

  • If you want to keep your greys covered, it is recommended you come back to the salon every 4-6 weeks for regrowth touch-up.

  • Loving your balayage after 6 weeks but need a little tweak? Stop at the salon for a color or clear gloss.

  • You’ll want to wash your hair at least once a week with a purple shampoo and conditioner, especially if you like it on the ash blonde side.

Keratin Treatment Tip

  • Typically lasts three to five months. This all depends on how often you shampoo and the natural texture of your hair.

  • You must use sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner!

  • This treatment can be done as often as every 4 to 6 months.

BELLAMI Extension Tips

Do NOT wash hair for at least 24-48 hours to allow your newly applied extensions to adhere completely.


  • Use a BELLAMI boar bristle brush daily to remove any knots or tangles.

  • Gather the hair into a ponytail and securely hold close to the scalp. Begin brushing from the ends, carefully working your way up toward the scalp.

  • Brushing your hair before it gets wet will keep it from tangling while washing.


  • Brush extensions thoroughly before washing to remove any tangles.

  • Now that you have more hair, you can divide the hair into two sections and shampoo or create multiple ponytails and go section-by-section.​​


  • Use a sulfate-free and paraben-free shampoo.

  • Beginning at the top of the head, massage shampoo into the hair, carefully making your way towards the nape. Do not use a circular motion or flip your head upside down to avoid tangles.

  • Part hair and rinse thoroughly. If you used the ponytail method to wash your hair, rinse one section at a time. Follow up with a final rinse.


  • Use a hydrating conditioner.

  • Apply conditioner from mid-shaft down to the tips of your hair and leave on for 2-3 minutes. NOTE: Adding conditioner at or near the point of attachment may lead to tapes sliding out.

  • Rinse completely.


  • Towel or air dry your hair as much as possible before using a blow dryer.

  • The use of leave-in conditioners, heat protectants, as well as treatment oils from mid-shaft to ends is recommended to protect your extensions.

  • Using a blow dryer, rough-dry the hair.

  • Starting at the ends and working your way up toward the scalp, round brush the hair.


  • BELLAMI Hair Extensions are safe to use with thermal tools like curling wands, flat irons, etc.

  • Temperature setting depends on your natural hair. You may use between 270F-450F on your extensions as long as proper heat protectants are applied before styling.

  • Keep all hot tools away from the point of attachment to ensure extensions do not melt or bond together.


  • Use professional grade products recommended by your Stylist to maintain the health of your natural hair and extensions.

  • Avoid alcohol-based products close to the point of attachment as it may compromise the bonding agent and cause sliding.


  • Before swimming, wet your hair with fresh tap water and apply a small amount of leave-in conditioner to the ends.

  • Tie in a loose ponytail or braid.

  • Once you are finished swimming, rinse the extensions with fresh water and spray with leave-in conditioner.


  • Brush hair gently and loosely braid before sleeping.

  • Do not go to bed with wet hair as it can cause tangling close to the scalp. If this occurs, schedule an appointment with your Stylist to remove immediately.


  • DO NOT ATTEMPT TO COLOR YOUR HAIR EXTENSIONS AT HOME. Please consult your certified BELLAMI Stylist for all color services and inquiries.


  • Avoid use of chemical based sunscreens as this can discolor the hair. Please use mineral based sunscreens only.

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