JMC Satin Silky Healthier Hair

One of the most beneficial things you can do to maintain the health of your hair is to cover it at night. Silk or Satin is recommended.

Here are the benefits of wearing satin or silk-lined headwear:

: When you compare cotton material to satin material you have to analyze the texture of it. The cotton material is not as smooth as satin or silk. The roughness from the cotton will create friction which will lead to tangles and breakage in your hair. However, satin is smooth which allows your hair to glide and lay flat thus reducing any breakage or tangles that your hair may get.

Satin/Silk reduces hair loss because there is no friction being created between your hair and the material. Therefore, your hair is not breaking, tangling, receiving single strand knots or falling out in one particular area. So you are able to retain your hair as opposed to losing it.

Satin/Silk-lined headwear allow us to retain moisture because of the materials that make it up. Polyester, Nylon, Acetate, and Rayon give the satin/silk material it’s smooth texture which will not leach the moisture from your hair. Thus, you are able to retain moisture that you applied to your strands for a longer period of time.

When you cover your hair with satin, the fabric acts as a barrier against moisture-absorbing fabrics like cotton. This prevent split ends caused by hair drying out. Your curls stay fresher longer, and maintain the moisture produced by the natural oils or added hydration. Result: Healthier Hair.

No more frizzy hair! And even when you have your hair in braids, cornrows etc, satin is a smooth fabric that helps keep hair neat and in place. Get your young queen in the habit of covering her hair at night and it will extend the length of time she keeps her hair style.


Below are a few of our Satin products that we offer and use with our Jamice's Majestic Tresses.These items are available for purchase in our online store also some are used for Packaging & storage of JMT Extensions after purchase.

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