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Make your nails stand out by painting each one with a different color. We went bold for spring. Starting with the thumb, we used Nina Ultra Pro Ocean View, China Glaze Spontaneous, OPI I Just Can’t Cope-Acabana, FingerPaints A-Cry-Lic A Girl and China Glaze Four Leaf Clover. Let your nails dry completely.
Smooth cuticles, detangle and remove traces of hair bond with Proclaim Super Bond Remover Oil. This oil makes removing extensions easy and less damaging through loosening the bond, allowing the extension to be slipped off.
Super Bond Remover Oil is rated
2.7 out of
Rated 5 out of
Worked amazing with my Satin Strand tape-ins!!This oil worked wonders with my Satin Strand tape-in extensions.
I used this product along with the Fusion Kertain Acetone remover, from Sally Beauty. Both products together worked wonders.
The previous glue/tape was GBB and it was impossible to remove. It took a while but I got most of it out :) the best that I could.... not a professional hair stylist over here so it was good enough for me :)
I have used coconut oil in the past, but I find it leaves my wefts too oily. Even after I wash with a clarifying shampoo.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of
Must be used correctlyThe instructions tell you to saturate the weft and work the oil in using a cotton ball or toothbrush. I had a whole head of extensions in and used about 20 cotton balls and the whole bottle of remover. I worked from bottom to top in sections and waited 5 minutes before going back through and actually removing the wefts. The ones glued in with the Proclaim bonding glue came out very easily. However, it didn't work well on glue I used from a different company. I followed up with the Proclaim Bond Remover Shampoo then a diy hair mask using Proclaim 100% Pure Coconut Oil over night. I used the shampoo again that morning and Proclaim Coconut Oil Conditioner. My hair and scalp feel great with just a little oily residue (which is to be expected). I wouldn't recommend this product for yaki or synthetic hair. Also, some people use way too much glue and that makes removal harder. As long as you use human hair and follow the instructions, this is a good product.
Date published: 2015-02-28
Rated 2 out of
Leaves hair very oily.All of my extensions came out on their own, so I didn't use this to remove them, but I did use it before shampooing to help break down the glue. It did seem to help, however, it leaves your hair VERY oily, even after multiple washes. Don't use this and expect to have great looking hair immediately.
Date published: 2012-10-17
Rated 2 out of
Serves it's purpose, but messy!It does what it's supposed to do, and you have to use a LOT of it to get the weft loose, but this stuff is MESSY!!!!!! Make sure you get the Super Bond Remover shampoo, and probably not a bad idea to get a couple of bottles of it. Regular shampoo will not get this stuff out...and I had to use the Super Bond Shampoo like 3 or 4 times to get it all out. It does it's job, that's for sure. But it leaves an oily mess! Prepare to clean a mess in your bath or shower after using this too. I'd recommend it if there's nothing else better and less greasy, which I'm having a hard time finding.
Date published: 2012-08-05
Rated 1 out of
dont buyit doesn't work and it riped out my hair
Date published: 2012-02-05
Rated 1 out of
Pulled my own hair out....This is an awful product. I used it to remove my extensions that I had glued in with the white procclaim glue that I had in for about 3 weeks. It did NOT remove the extensions easily, but it
DID pull clumps of my own hair out! It also left my hair greasy even after shampooing 7 times with clairyfying shampoo and dawn dishsoap! It also damaged my extensions and I could not get all the glue off the wefts...DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!!!
Date published: 2011-12-13
Rated 1 out of
WORST PRODUCT ON THE MARKETLiterally left my hair disgustingly greasy. I've washed it multiple times and cannot get either the glue or oil off of my scalp. I am going to attempt to get my money back and the store and throw a fit if not. I cannot believe that people are saying "well, don't put it on your hair and you'll be okay" when the extensions are GLUED TO MY HAIR. This product is the worst I've ever tried and I will make it known that this WILL leave your hair greasy, you ANGRY, and WILL leave the glue on your head. I do not recommend to anyone.
Date published: 2011-01-31
Rated 5 out of
How to use the OilI just wanted to say for all the girls that had super oily hair, you are not suppose to put this product in your hair. If you have the fusion hair extensions, take the pliers and break the bond down pressing down the bond, next take the oil and rub into the bond. Wait for a few minutes, and lightly massage to separate the hair from your natural hair. Next take a comb and lightly comb the bond out of the hair before moving on to the next stand. Also, if the tips are oily, but you want to reuse the hair, you can soak them in acetone for a couple hours, then allow to dry before adding more bond. I think if you follow these directions you wont have oily hair because it wont be in all your hair. It takes a lot of time, but its important to do it right.