How is hair length measured?

Hair Fetish straight hair is measured in its natural state, however wavy or curly hair textures are measured when stretched. You may want to add 2-4 inches when ordering a curly or wavy texture. Keep in mind your size and frame when deciding on a length. An 18" weave will fall longer on a person 5' 1" as opposed to a person 5' 10".

How long does Virgin Hair last?

This hair can last for a very long time depending on how you maintain it. Treat it like your own hair and take good care of it for it to last longer. Depending on maintenance, hair will last from 6 months to a year! Most of our Hair Fetish Dolls are able to reuse their virgin hair for their next install, even if it has been colored!

What is "Virgin" hair?

The term "Virgin" hair refers to hair that is in its natural state, untouched from chemical processes like perms, relaxers, and dyes. 100% Virgin hair is not mixed with synthetic hair fibers or human hair blends.

How much hair is in each bundle?

We measure our hair wefts in ounces, each bundle weighs between 3.5 and 4 ounces.

Can I straighten my Virgin Hair?

Yes! Hair Fetish Virgin Hair is very versatile and can be styled as desired. This includes blow-drying, curling and straightening. With the proper care, the hair's natural curl pattern will be restored after washing.

How do I restore waves or curls after flat-ironing my hair?


Simply co-wash the hair or spray with water and a leave-in conditioner, and let air dry. Your Hair Fetish 100% Virgin Hair Extensions will "snap-back" to its original curl pattern without heat or processing. Just glide your fingers through your hair to shape & style it as desired.

How do I maintain my hair at home?

Simply finger-combing your locks are enough to keep them tangle free. A big-tooth comb is best and brushing is not recommended. You can wear a satin bonnet or scarf to bed. Make sure your hair is completely dry before bed. NEVER sleep on wet hair! Sleeping on wet hair is known to matte hair which makes it very difficult to manage.

What is "co-washing"?

"Co-Washing", short for conditioner washing, is when you wash your hair using only conditioner. The conditioner is used to re-hydrate the hair and provide moisture and shine. This gentler way of cleaning minimizes color damage, since conditioners don't contain harsh hue-stripping sulfates and adds the right amount of hydration to hair strands, cutting down on frizz. Most experts believe that the conditioner is the most important part of the washing process, especially for virgin hair extensions.

What is "knot-bleaching"? Do I need this?

Knot bleaching enables lace closures and frontals to appear more like the natural scalp to the naked eye. Lace closures are constructed by ventilating strands of hair through a thin mesh/net material by hand. The strands are secured in place by single or double knotting. Therefore, at the base of each strand, there is a knot. Once a closure is completely constructed the base appears to have a pattern of “roots” (knots) at the base of the mesh/net material. To remove this appearance, bleach is carefully applied to the underside of the closure. Upon successful completion, the knots are no longer visible to the naked eye as they have been lightened to blend in with the color of the closure’s mesh foundation. The visible result is strands of hair “growing” from a “natural” scalp.

PLEASE NOTE: Knot bleaching only applies to lace closures. Silk-based closures have a more opaque foundation, thus eliminating the appearance of knots.

Can I bleach my own knots?

Hair Fetish strongly recommends that all professional services be done by a professional stylist. Athought the process may seem simple, a professional stylist is trained to work with strong chemicals while minimizing the damage done to hair during the process. When not done properly, knot-bleaching can result in excessive shedding, tearing, and bald spots on your closure piece.


What is your return policy?

Due to federal health regulations, Hair Fetish does not issue refunds or exchanges .All sales are FINAL.