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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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Scalp Sebum: What You Need to Know About Sebum on Your Scalp

You've probably seen the words scalp sebum tossed around on the beauty blog-asphere, right? you actually know what scalp sebum is?

"Yeah, it's what makes my hair greasy, right?"

Well, yes and no. On one hand, yes, sebum does make your strands oily. However, did you know it is actually essential for healthy hair?

In this article we'll cover everything you need to know about sebum on the scalp. And by the end of this you'll think very differently about scalp sebum.


What is sebum on the scalp?

Sebum is the oil produced by the sebaceous or oil glands on your scalp.

This naturally occurring oil helps hydrate your hair just like other naturally occurring oils do for your skin.

This is why scalp sebum is essential for healthy hair growth.


This is why it needs to be protected.

Read: What Causes Hair Breakage and How To Fix It


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The Medium Halo in Col. #20C


How does scalp sebum help hair growth?

Playing a vital part in the hair growth cycle, sebum is the oil your scalp naturally produces.

Why does it produce oil?

Your body is really smart, believe it or not :)

And it produces a number of protective bi-products, on the inside and outside of your body.

One of those bi-products is scalp sebum.

Here's the thing:

Sebum oil is essential for hair growth.


Because it hydrates your strands and protects them from becoming brittle.


Insulates your hair from environment pollutants.

It also helps to maintain the pH balance of your hair and skin.

Which keeps your strands smooth, shiny and strong.


Why does Sebum get such a bad wrap?

Good question.

Sebum becomes a problem when we have too little of it.

Or too much of it.

Without it our hair gets dehydrated and can't grow long and luscious.

And with too much of it... well, it's just greasy.

Read: How Hair Grows And How To Make It Grow Faster


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The Thick Halo in #18/6


Is scalp sebum bad?

Excess scalp sebum is bad for your hair.


Scalp sebum, in general, is great for your hair.

It's when scalp sebum builds up that it causes issues.


Sebum scalp buildup causes oily and greasy hair.

But worse yet;

The build up can also dry up and cause blockages in your hair follicles.

This can stop hair from growing.

Which can lead to hair thinning.


On one hand, it's essential to have adequate amounts of scalp sebum.

But on the other hand;

It's essential to manage sebum production to prevent greasy hair and blocked hair follicles.

It's about finding the right...balance.

What causes a sebum scalp build up?

There are a number of factors that play a role in scalp sebum buildup.

These include:

  • Hormones
  • Genetics
  • Washing your hair
  • Diet
  • Health issues
  • Hair hygiene
  • And more...

These factors can cause our sebaceous glands (sebum glands) to overproduce sebum.

Which can clog the hair follicles.

In turn:

Blocked hair follicles interrupt the natural hair growth cycle, which causes hair loss and prevents hair growth.

Excessive sebum also causes our hair to look greasy, dull and heavy.

So, what to do?

Also read: The Causes Of Oily Hair And How To Fix It


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How to manage sebum production?


There are several ways to prevent excess sebum from building up on your scalp.

Firstly you have to understand one things:

Are you an overproducer of sebum?

Or an under producer?

Overproducers produce too much sebum.

In other words:

You have greasy hair.

And an underproducer produces too little sebum.

In other words:

You have dry hair.

The reason this is important is because the management style for each of this conditions is quite different.

If you're an underproducer, then you don't need to try to reduce sebum production.


If you're an overproducer, it would make sense to manage down your sebum.


How to manage sebum production for someone who overproduces sebum:

There are plenty of ways to manage your sebum production.

Some of these are:

  • Steer clear of oil-based products
  • Scrub your scalp
  • If you have thick locks, regularly get them thinned out
  • Leave your locks mid-length
  • Brush your hair regularly
  • Wash your hair with lukewarm water
  • Wash your hair less often
  • Or better yet, give yourself a 2 week hair wash detox
  • Avoid adding toxins and harsh products to your hair for a while
  • Eat healthy (more below)
  • Use a gentle shampoo

There are plenty of ways to manage down sebum.

But the fundamental understanding that you need to have is:

You are producing sebum for a reason.

So the point is not to try to attack the sebum.

The point is to understand why it's there.

For some reason you (your are your body) is overproducing sebum.

And the purpose of sebum is to protect the scalp and hair from dryness.


Is there any chance that you're using products/shampoo/etc. that is too harsh or drying?


Is there anything that you're eating that is eliminated through your sweat glands on your scalp?


If you consume toxins, then your body will try to eliminate them from all areas of your body.

Including your scalp.

And if your scalp senses toxins on the skin...

It'll go into full protective mode.

And that means:

Sebum production to the max.

Foods that contain a lot of toxins include:

  • Gluten
  • Colorings
  • Flavorings
  • Heavy metals
  • Sugar
  • Processed food
  • Food products (as opposed to real food)
  • Other dirty foods

It's worthwhile trying to eliminate some of these items from your diet.

To see if there's any physical response, over 2-3 weeks.

Popular: 5 Harmful or Toxic Ingredients In Shampoo

How to manage sebum production for someone who underproduces sebum:

Although there are many reasons why your follicles are under producing scalp sebum...

...the aim is to increase sebum production.


At the very least;

Increase the oil consistency of your hair and scalp to healthy and natural levels.

And as always, there are some useful tricks.

They are:

  • Shower your scalp with warm water (not scolding hot) to activate the sebaceous glands.
  • Give yourself a regular scalp massage with Vitamin E oil. Vitamin E oil is a wonder for a plethora of dry-skin disorders.
  • Take a shower detox for 2-4 weeks (if you can!). This can act as a reset to get your scalp bacteria microbiome back to normal again.
  • Drink more water. Rehydrating can improve your sebum production.
  • Try a high carbohydrate diet, focusing on foods like lentils, beans and nuts, as well as cauliflower, broccoli, and other cruciferous vegetables.
  • Try going vegan for a while. I'm not vegan. But this can really balance out your hormones, which can affect sebum production.
  • Avoid sugar and gluten.
  • Try switching out your shampoo & conditioner for a natural one for a while.

When trying to manage sebum production, it's essential not to go too far.

As I've mentioned:

You need this oil to help hair growth.

In fact

Over-washing is one of the main culprits for stripping your strands of their natural oil.

Which can harm your hair by drying it out.


Over stimulating the sebum production.

This is why you need scalp sebum.

Also read: The Halo VS Other Types Of Hair Extensions 

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The Medium Halo in Col. #4


Sebum vs dandruff:

Are scalp sebum and dandruff the same thing?


But can scalp sebum cause dandruff?


While the exact cause of dandruff is not known, there are many contributing factors.

Here's the deal:

Sebum causes dandruff in a few ways.


Excess scalp sebum creates the perfect breeding ground for yeast and other fungi.

This build-up, in turn, causes dandruff.


Just like too much sebum, too little sebum can also cause dandruff.

This is because:

Your scalp becomes dehydrated and dries out.

Leading to dead and flaky skin.

AKA dandruff.

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by Jonnetta west

This is an awesome article! I am a fan of sebum natural producing oil and I am blessed to produce it in just the right amounts. My hair is loc'd so it's important that I limit the amount of buildup. Nonetheless, I'm pleased to have naturally softened hair from my sebum. I message my scalp daily therefore it produces sebum well, so the easiest way to manage any possible buildup is to limit my messages to ensure the right balance. My tip is to gently scrub my scalp occasionally with cool water to reduce getting any excess oil. Thanks again for simplifying this article for your readers.

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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