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Halo Shampoo & Conditioner

Our Halo Hair Extensions Shampoo is specially formulated to enhance your Sitting Pretty Halo's lifespan and softness. It is completely colour-safe and won't damage your Halo like some other shampoos and conditioners do.

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Our halos can be exchanged within 90 days.

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How long does shipping take?

Shipping time varies depending on your location and whether you choose Express or Standard Shipping. See our shipping information page for more details.

Can you buy the halo in person?

We don't have a salon for you to buy the halo in person. However, if you send us 1-2 hair selfies we can tell you which colour will work best for your hair. Keep in mind we also offer 30 day exchanges if the colour you choose isn't perfect.

How much is shipping?

Shipping in AUS, USA, NZ and CAN is free. Express shipping costs a little extra. Shipping to other countries will only cost $24.05AUD.

What is your exchange policy?

We offer 90 day exchanges. We also have a great team who are available to answer any of your questions.

What if I need my Halo urgently?

Although we can't guarantee delivery times we recommend you place your order promptly, choose Express Shipping, and email our team with 1-3 hair-selfies so that we can confirm your colourmatch before your parcel is shipped. We'll also ensure your parcel is shipped as soon as absolutely possible.

Can you help me colourmatch?

Yes we can! Just send us 1-3 hair selfies and we'll let you know what your best match is. Email us on


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Halo Shampoo & Conditioner

Our Halo Hair Extensions Shampoo is specially formulated to enhance your Sitting Pretty Halo's lifespan and softness. It is completely colour-safe and won't damage your Halo like some other shampoos and conditioners do.

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a brush that has been cleaned. people often wonder how to clean your hair brushes in order to get a brush this clean.

How to Clean Your Hair Brushes Because Yes, They're Harming Your Hair

In recent years (if you were lazy like me and avoided the tip for a while), washing makeup brushes has become the non-negotiable key to better skin. And it makes sense: your makeup brushes hold a ton of facial oils, leftover product, and bacteria. So what makes our other styling tools any different? If you go through the trouble of washing your hair at all, then you'll hate to hear what you're transferring onto strands when you don't wash your hairbrushes.

Hairbrushes, the densely bristled little nests that they are, accumulate more bacteria than a sink plug (a legitimate University of Arizona study proves it). Harboured from old product residue, sebum, and yeast formed from your scalp oils, this brush buildup can cause serious hair problems if you don't clean them. With this state of aff-hairs, we're glad you came to learn how to clean hair brushes and get way less of this stuff.

Read Next: How to Hydrate Hair After Bleaching

How Often Should You Clean Your Brushes?

Like most cleaning schedules, how often you should clean your brush is dependent on your routine. For those of us who love dry shampoos, gels, leave-in conditioners, and every new breed of styling product, you'll likely have lots more product buildup. The same goes for those with oily scalps–you may need to wash your brushes a little more often as the oil accumulates much faster at the brush base.

Quick tip: if you have an oily scalp or want to extend a wash, brush your hair from the scalp down to disperse the oils. It's a lesser known way to fix oily hair!

All that said, you should *really* be washing your hair brushes once a week if you use lots of product. If not, you can stretch it out to every 2-3 weeks. This may sound often, but the bacteria and yeast that builds on a hair brush is quite significant, leading to an itchy scalp, clogged hair follicles, and dandruff.

Read Next: The New Routine: How to Clean Scalp Buildup

What Should You Use to Clean Brushes?

If you're looking for what to use to clean hair brushes, you won't need to look far. Like your own hair, your regular shampoo will effectively clean a natural bristle brush, but if possible, use a clarifying shampoo! These are meant to deal with residue and buildup, so they'll work a bit better than, say, your favourite moisturizing shampoo.

Some popular DIY ingredients you can mix in with your shampoo are baking soda, vinegar, and/or tea tree oil. All have purifying properties that can fight any bacteria that's settled in bristles.

For dealing with the trapped hair–which you should remove pre-wash–use a rattail comb or other long, pointed object (a pen!) to get hair out from in between the bristles. When you get into the actual scrubbing of your hair brush, an old toothbrush can come in handy for getting the pesky hairs that you miss too.

Here's what else to grab:

  • bowl of warm water or you can use the bathroom sink
  • rattail comb (optional)
  • clarifying or gentle shampoo
  • baking soda, vinegar, or essential oil (optional)
  • old toothbrush

How to Clean Hair Brushes

So, what is the best way to clean hair brushes? This step-by-step guide is mostly designed with natural bristle brushes in mind, but your comb or Tangle Teezer can use a similar playbook. For any brushes that contain non-plastic components, do not submerge your brushes in water (let alone leave them submerged!) This is a super trendy hack online when searching how to clean your hair brushes, but it can damage the padding and paddle for most brushes.

For all brush and comb types, the first step in how to clean hair brushes is to remove the hair with a rattail comb or pointed object. This just helps go between the rows of bristles and pull up the hair.

Next, fill a bowl or sink with warm water, a few drops of shampoo, and any additional boosters you desire (like the baking soda). Stir the water to activate the shampoo and mix everything together.

For a plastic brush, you can submerge the entire brush in the water and let it soak for 5-10 minutes.

For a padded brush, where the padding is fabric, try not to fully submerge the fabric. Instead, submerge just the bristles and swish the brush around. The fabric padding won't be ruined if it's wet, but submerging the brush fully in water may over-penetrate the fabric.

For a wooden brush, don't allow the wood to get wet as much as possible. You can dip the bristles and swish back and forth for a few minutes or until you notice the buildup has mostly loosened.

For extra dirty hair brushes, recruit an old toothbrush to do the deep cleaning. After soaking or semi-soaking in the water, dip the toothbrush in the same solution and scrub the base and bristles of your brush. This'll lift up any stubborn oil and leftover product.

Once you've washed your brush, rinse through with cool water. You can wipe the bristles with a cloth if you like, but just letting it dry bristle-down on a towel is fine too!

How to Clean Hair Brush Lint

If getting yourself to clean your brushes is a chore in itself (I feel you) then do what you can during the week to reduce buildup. A great piece of advice on how to clean your hair brushes is to routinely pull the hair with a rattail comb directly after usage. This gives that trio of styling product, hair strands, and scalp oil zero time to invite bacteria. Meaning, less washy time.

One common question in hair brush washing is: how to clean hair brush lint. If you remove the excess hair from your brush regularly, you won't notice that white lint on your brush. Why so simple? You may think that lint arrived because your brush landed in a dusty spot of the dresser, but those white lint clumps are actually dead skin cells that have formed over time because you really didn't wanna clean your hair brush. You'll be seeing a lot less of them when they have nothing to catch on to (or even form).

The Bottom Line Bristle

You've come this far to learn how to clean your hair brushes, so you must know it needs at least a LITTLE cleaning, right? It may seem like a drag, but cleaning a hairbrush can actually lead to better hair days. By cleaning your brushes weekly, or at least 2 times a month, you'll help clean hair stay clean instead of brushing through bacteria and old, oily residue.

Want more hair hacks? Read these:

  1. Should You Exfoliate Your Scalp? Yes And Here's Why.
  2. How To Treat Sebum Overproduction at Home

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by Lily James

Nice to share this article with your viewers, every girl loves her hair very much I only use branded products which only buy from some international shopping sites amazon, Ubuy, Neweggs, this type of combs I am using since last two years so and these combs are really good for healthy hairs. You have given a good guide on cleaning these brushes. Thank You For sharing with your viewers.

How do I buy my hair with Klarna?

It's really easy.

If you already have an active Klarna account:

1. You choose your Halo Hair Extension on our website as you normally would.

2. Add your Halo to your shopping cart. If you need help choosing your colour you can use our free colour matching service!

3. During checkout just select Klarna as your preferred payment option. You'll be redirected to or the app to confirm your order. That's it!

If it's your first time using Klarna:

1. Download the Klarna app or go to to set up your account - it's quick and easy!

Add your halo extensions to your basket.

2. Choose Klarna at checkout.

3. You'll be redirected to the Klarna website or mobile app to confirm the order. And that's it!

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How do I buy my Halo with Afterpay?

It's really easy:

1. You choose your Halo Hair Extension on our website as you normally would.
2. Add your Halo to your cart.
3. Select AfterPay as your preferred payment option during checkout.
4. Approval happens there and then!

If it's your first time using AfterPay, the first instalment will be automatically charged to the card you provide at checkout. And then again in fortnightly cycles after that.

Our website will calculate your fortnightly payments just below the 'add to cart' button.

When your order is confirmed, there's nothing left to do but wait for your Halo to arrive!

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Buying Halo Hair Extensions With ZipPay

Do you want to buy your Halo Hair Extensions with Zip (ZipPay)?

NOTE: Currently only available to Australian customers.

Thick, long, luscious hair just got easier. With ZipPay you can buy your halo hair extensions with 4 easy bi-weekly instalments. This way you can have dream hair now, and pay for it later.

Zip now, pay later

Zip is an Australian company founded in 2014, servicing over 14 international markets. They provide consumers with access to transparent, flexible and interest free credit.

Here's what we'll cover on this page:

Can I use ZipPay to buy halo hair extensions and pay it off over time?How do I buy halo extensions with ZipPay?Am I eligible to use ZipPay to buy my halo extensions?How do I set up a ZipPay account?Can I use ZipPay to buy my halo hair extensions and pay it off over time?

Yes you can!

You can use ZipPay to purchase your Sitting Pretty Halo Extensions, and then pay it off in 4 even, bi-weekly instalments, 100% interest free!

No fees at all (providing you meet your repayments). The cost of using ZipPay is covered by the merchant - that's us!

When you use Zip to buy your halo hair extensions you essentially pay the purchase off like a payment plan, but we will ship your item right away.

How do I buy my Halo Hair Extensions with ZipPay?

It's really easy.

If you already have an active Zip account:

Youchoose your Halo Hair Extensionon our website as you normally would.Add your selected Halo to your shopping cart. If you need help choosing your colour you can use our free colour matching service!In the checkout just selectZipas your preferred payment option. You'll be redirected to to confirm your order. It's as easy as that!

If it's your first time using Zip:

Go to to set up your account- it's quick and easy!Add your halo extensions to your basket.Choose ZipPay at checkout. You'll be redirected to the website to confirm the order. Simple!

Your first 1-in-4 payments will be automatically deducted by ZipPay when we ship your order.

And the last 3 instalments will automatically be charged to the card you provide in fortnightly cycles after that.

For your convenience, our website will calculate your fortnightly payments just below the 'add to cart' button. That way you're well aware of what the repayments will look like.

And, when your order is confirmed, sit back and relax while we ship you your order.

Am I eligible to pay with ZipPay?

Most likely.

To use ZipPay you need to:

Be 18 years or over.Be an Australian citizen or resident.Have a verifiable PayPal or bank account in your own name.Have a good credit history.Have a verifiable email address and mobile number.Be careful, even though ZipPay is interest-free, a late payment will subject you to a fee (charged by Zip, not us).

We offer Zip for all Halo Extensions to help you get your Halo now, and pay later.

How can I set up a new Zip account?

The process is quick and easy!

When you make your purchase, just choose 'Zip' as your payment method.

You'll be redirected to the website where you can set up your account before confirming your order.

And if you have any questions we're more than happy to help.

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