What makes Le’Host Luxury Hair the best? Our process!!
We select the best raw hair which is the highest quality, healthiest and strongest hair. We ensure all cuticles are laying in the same direction, which makes it soft to the touch, long lasting and tangle free. We reinforce our weft to ensure a minimal amount of shedding. It is pretreated with superior conditioners before being shipped out.
What are hair extensions or weaves?
This is adding hair to your own natural hair by various means of applications such as gluing, sewing, clipping, braiding or bonding.
How are extensions applied?
Weaving – This is a process which you create a corn row or track around the head and close to the scalp. Extension hair is sewn on the tracks. Finally, your own hair covers the tracks for a natural look.
Bonding – This is the easiest method. Bonding glue is applied onto the weft of the extension hair and then applied at the root of your hair. This is a temporary method.
Clip-ins – Clips are sewn onto hair wefts. You may clip these in and out yourself. Clips can be purchased from us.
Micro-Links – This method uses no glue, no heat, no remover and also no damage to the hair. Small circular links are used. Your own hair is pulled through in small pieces with a tool that looks like a crochet hook then the pre-tipped hair is put inside the link and it is squeezed tight. To remove use small pliers to open the link. Hair can be reused.
This is my first time. What do I do?
It is important that you have a consultation with our professional hair extensions experts by phone or email. We can help you choose which method of application, color, length and hair texture is right for you.
How much hair do I need?
For a half of head application – (3.7 – 4oz. = 1 Bundle)
For a Whole head application – (7.5 – 8oz. = 2 Bundles)
For Larger heads application – (8oz. – 10oz.)
Please be advised that when longer hair is ordered, there is a decrease in width because the cost is according to the weight. Additional ounces may be necessary.
What is a weft?
Strands of hair which have been sewn along one edge to create a line of hair.
Will extensions damage my hair?
Extensions should not damage your hair if properly cared for and maintained.
How do I wash them?
Wash the hair in one direction. From top to bottom. Avoid washing hair upside down in the sink. Use shampoos and conditioners that are for dry hair and add the most moisture. Wash hair right after swimming. When brushing your hair, start from the bottom and work your way up while holding the top part to keep it from shedding or stretching.
Can I coloring my own hair?
Yes, Your stylist may definitely color your own hair.
What types of products should I use?
Moisture is the most important thing. Please do not use products for oily hair or strippers that take out chlorine or product build up. These leave the hair dry. Use styling products that are zero or low alcohol. Products for dry hair are the best. Leave in conditioners such as unlock and glossifiers such as spray laminant are wonderful for the ends.
Can I swim?
You may go in swimming pools and hot tubs. It is best to wash hair right after swimming. Avoid getting hair in salt water as the salt can take all the moisture out of the hair and it may tangle. Never braid your hair and go in salt water. It is best to wear it down. Add Unlock leave in conditioner after swimming. Click here for hair care instructions
Will anyone know I am wearing them?
No one should be able to tell. Choosing the right color and hair texture is important. With the right application you will know they are there but no one else will.
Can I wear my clip-in extensions to bed?
We recommend taking them out before your go to bed. This keeps the hair from tangling while sleeping and they are easy to put back in. The great advantage to clip-in extensions is being able to take them off at night.
Can I make highlights and lowlights with clip-in extensions?
Yes, this is also a great way to save your hair from the damage coloring can do. Choose 1 set of clip-ins to match your base color and choose 1 set in a shade lighter for highlights or darker for low lights. Clip them in alternating the colors.