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FAQs

Care tips for Shevone J bundles:

  • Ensure a clean natural hair and scalp by pre-washing your bundles with a mild shampoo and conditioner

  • Do not scrub the bundles together. Be gentle 

  • Detangle hair bundles from the ends to the root

  • Wash hair gently in the reverse direction (downward motion)

  • Dry the bundles gently. Air dry the hair bundles are preferred

  • Recommend sealing the hair bundle weft to reduce little to minimum shedding

  • Install and style

  • At night be sure to protect and secure the moisture of your hair with the Shevone J 100% silk hair bonnet and/or pillowcase from our collection

Care tips for 100% SILK pillowcase/hair bonnet:

  • Silk can be hand or machine wash. HAND WASH IS PREFERRED

  • Wash on gentle/delicate cycle. Silk should be washed in cold water or the color may fade if it's a darker color

  • Recommend a silk-friendly detergent (for the pillowcase)

  • Recommend a mild shampoo for washing your hair bonnet 
  • Do not bleach or use any harsh chemical detergents when washing silk fabric, as harsh chemicals may damage the silk

Benefits of 100% silk hair bonnets and pillowcase:

  • Retain moisture in your skin

  • Naturally hypoallergenic

  • Enhance healthy skin and hair

  • Reduce the appearance of wrinkles

  • Reduce damage and split ends

  • Soothe your skin 

Benefits of 100% silk eye mask:

  • Great sleep aid to induce a state of pure darkness

  • Perfect for reaching that ultimate state of sleep “good sleep”

  • Gentle on your skin and may reduce wrinkles

  • Light-blocking ability

  • Light as a feature

  • Total relaxation

What is the difference between SATIN and SILK?

The fundamental difference between satin and silk actually lies in the way those materials were produced.  Satin is a manmade fabric made from polymers that contains oil, chemical compositions and other synthetic materials, that is often found in plastic containers. Satin is a weave and not a natural fiber like silk. Satin has a glossy side and a dull side. It is made from a combination of other fabrics, such as nylon, rayon, polyester and minimum silk particles. Satin often contain polyester, which can be hard, brittle and not very breathable for your skin.

Silk is a natural protein fiber. Silk has a smooth, light and soft texture that is not slippery. Silk is considered to be one of the strongest natural fibers. However, silk loses a minimum of strength when wet, so it's important to wash silk properly. Silk is not elastic, so there is no stretch. Silk is hypoallergenic and repels common household allergens including bacteria, mold, fungi and dust mites.