In order to reduce and almost eliminate excessive shedding , sealing of wefts is highly recommended.

NEW STOCK COMING SOON JUNE 3RD (2).pngWefts are the basis of beautiful hair extensions, which when worn would begin to shed if not properly wefted, However all hair sheds, including the ones from our scalp, how much more extensions that go through rigorous combing and brushing.

In order to reduce and almost eliminate excessive shedding , sealing of wefts is highly recommended. This is usually done with a fabric sealant or specially made sealer for hair such as this.

Sealing your wefts properly will dramatically reduce the amount of shedding that you might expect from your hair extensions and also improve the life span. With this you get value for money.


Co-washing means to wash and rinse your hair a good conditioner only. This process cleans your hair and conditions it without damaging or stripping the hair. This is a quick and simple solution that will not keep your hair healthy from root to end. Co-washing helps to retain the moisture in your hair eliminate dullness, especially for treated hair. For colour treated hair you should use a conditioner/shampoo specially formulated for colour, such as this and this.

Once done washing, Wait for the hair to dry prior to sealing the wefts. If you plan to dye your hair, you should also do so prior to sealing and after co-washing but before sealing.

Sealing The Wefts

After Co-washing and drying your hair, it is time to seal the wefts. Choose a weft sealant that bonds quickly, is flexible and does not leave any clumpy residue such as THIS.  Make sure to apply the sealant to both sides of the weft. This guarantees a tightly sealed weft that will minimise shedding.


Place cloth or newspaper on a large flat surface such as a counter top or dinner table. Lay the extensions on the table. Try to use something sturdy to anchor the ends of the hair down to the surface so that your can clearly see the wefts and prevent bunching up as you apply the sealant.  Make sure to use a sealant that has a nozzle or an applicator brush.
Apply the glue directly over the stitches of the weft. For a tighter seal, especially with double wefted hair, turn the weft upward and glue from the top covering both stitches at once.
Try not to get any glue on the hair itself as this will cause clumping and can ruin the hair.  The sealant should be heavy enough to soak through the weft and seep in. If not, you will need to allow the glue to dry, then,  flip the hair over to seal the other side. You can also dab with your finger to allow the sealant to seep in more. Allow the sealant to dry and move on to the next bundle.
The process of sealing wefts is very simple and effective for maintaining your virgin hair for maximum possible time.