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How are the lengths measured?
All hair lengths are measured when the hair is stretched straight. The curly hair shrinks 4-6 inches once curled. 16 inches- approximately 8"-9" ( our tightest curl) 20 inches- approximately 15"-16" (our tightest curl)
How many bundles are needed for a full head installation?
We recommend 2 bundles for a full head. Lengths over 18 inches may require 3 bundles to achieve desired fullness.
How can I style?
There are endless options but a few our favorite ways to style are Wash 'N" Go , Two-strand twist outs, braid outs or wet sets with flexi rods.
What should I expect from curly texture crush extensions?
Our hair mimics natural hair therefore if the humidity is high it swells just like natural hair. If you don't condition and detangle the hair will tangle, so treat the hair as if it yours. It loves moisture and requires detangling.
How are the lengths measured?
All hair lengths are measured when the hair is stretched straight. The curly hair shrinks 4-6 inches once curled. 16 inches- approximately 8"-9" ( our tightest curl) 20 inches- approximately 15"-16" (our tightest curl)
How do I avoid tangling?
All of our hair requires moisture and the utmost care to prevent tangling and shedding. Leave-in conditioners and water works great to de tangle and/or revive curls.
Can I blow dry and flat iron my curly hair without losing the curl?
Straightening our curly textures will loosen the curl pattern over time. We suggest using the tension method or very low heat to achieve the maximum curl retention.
How long will my hair extensions last?
All Texture Crush hair is reusable for six to eight months, and the life of the hair based on care given and usage.
What colors are available?
All of our hair is unprocessed and natural in color ranging from a dark brown to natural black. Please note you will need to color the extensions to match your hair for blonde, red or jet black shades.

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What does copyright protect?
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Can I copyright my website?
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Can I copyright my domain name?
Copyright law does not protect domain names. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a nonprofit organization that has assumed the responsibility for domain name system management, administers the assignation of domain names through accredited registers.
How do I protect my recipe?
A mere listing of ingredients is not protected under copyright law. However, where a recipe or formula is accompanied by substantial literary expression in the form of an explanation or directions, or when there is a collection of recipes as in a cookbook, there may be a basis for copyright protection. Note that if you have secret ingredients to a recipe that you do not wish to be revealed, you should not submit your recipe for registration, because applications and deposit copies are public records. See FL 122, Recipes.
Can I copyright the name of my band?
No. Names are not protected by copyright law. Some names may be protected under trademark law. Contact the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, 800-786-9199, for further information.