Updated: Apr 22
Not everyone was born with luscious locks to braid and pin in to works of art. For those of us with fine and thin hair, there's a great solution in extension methods; each one designed for specific needs in mind.
A recent client of mine had me install a duo method of fusion keratin extensions and hand tied weft to both provide density and be more discreet in areas around the hairline. These methods give my clients the flexibility in styling and living that 'wash and wear' lifestyle that allows them a few extra days between shampoos. Often times, the imbalance of oil production and fine hair makes it impossible to skip a day between regular washing, so the weft acts as a buffer and takes on shine and luster to appear more natural from scalp to ends.
Of course having a head of human hair extensions can require a bit more maintenance over time, with varying timeframes for re-installs and coloring visits between, you really need to weigh the pros and cons for the investment.
As much as I love the look of a full head of hair, the cost is upwards of $1200 for the initial investment and can increase depending on distributor.
The value comes from the longevity of the hair being used and the care taken to maintain it's integrity as well.
It isn't unreasonable to reuse a bundle of hair for 4-6 months. Just recently, a tape in client just purchased a new bundle after wearing her BABE Hair for over a year; keeping a regular maintenance routine of course.
Over the past year, I have utilized Babe Hair for my extension needs and the results have been amazing. Their training is top quality and the hair is a great option for anyone's budget.
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