Studio 92 Hair Cheer Hair 

Hair extensions can transform your look by adding volume, length, and even color without the need for permanent changes. Here are some tips and tricks to help you make the most of your hair extensions. 

Maintenance and Care

Styling Tips

Removal Tips

Choosing the Right Extensions

Clip-Ins: Great for temporary use and easy to apply and remove.
Tape-Ins: More secure and can last several weeks but need professional application.
Sew-ins/Weaves: Suitable for thicker hair and can last for a few months.
Fusion/Bonded: Long-lasting but require a longer application process.
Micro-Link: Attached with small beads and can be adjusted as your hair grows.

Hair Type and Color

Match the texture and color of the extensions to your natural hair for a seamless blend. Consider custom coloring if necessary.

Application Tips

Clean Hair: Ensure your hair is clean and free of product buildup before applying extensions.
Sectioning: Work in small, neat sections to ensure even distribution and a natural look.
Blending: Trim and layer the extensions to match your haircut. Use a razor or thinning shears for a natural blend.
Positioning: Place the extensions where your hair naturally falls.
Avoid putting them too close to your hairline or too low on your head.

Styling Tips

Heat Protection: Use heat protectant spray before styling with hot tools. Extensions can be more sensitive to heat damage.
Gentle Handling: Brush your hair gently, starting from the ends and working your way up to avoid tugging on the extensions.
Styling Tools: Use a loop brush or a wide-tooth comb designed for extensions to prevent snagging.
Curl or wave your hair and the extensions together to blend them seamlessly.

Maintenance and Care

Washing: Wash your extensions with sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner to avoid drying them out.
Avoid washing too frequently.
Conditioning: Apply a deep conditioner to keep extensions soft and manageable. Avoid the roots to prevent slippage.
Drying: Let extensions air dry whenever possible.
If using a blow dryer, use a low heat setting.
Sleeping: Tie your hair in a loose braid or ponytail before sleeping to prevent tangling. Consider using a silk or satin pillowcase.
Regular Check-ups: If you have semi-permanent extensions like tape-ins or sew-ins, schedule regular maintenance appointments to reposition or replace extensions as your hair grows.

Removal Tips

Professional Help: For tape-ins, sew-ins, or bonded extensions, seek professional removal to avoid damaging your natural hair. 
Gentle Removal: Use a proper extension removal solution to dissolve adhesive bonds gently.

Additional Tips

Avoid Chemical: Limit the use of harsh chemicals, including chlorine from swimming pools and bleach.
Stay Hydrated: Keep both your natural hair and extensions hydrated by drinking plenty of water and using moisturizing hair products.
Protective Styles: Use protective hairstyles to minimize stress on both your natural hair and the extensions.

A Message from our CEO 

"Life isnt perfect, but your hair can be" 


Tiffany Hope

Chief Executive Officer 

It is with great passion and consideration that I embarked on the journey to provide luxury hair extensions to women in the beauty industry! My journey has been fulfilling and valuable with every new client I meet. As a Baltimore native, it is my hope that we can collaborate on bringing the best hair extensions to the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders. It is my desire to build a meaningful relationship with new vision and precision.