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Whether you want length or thickness, we can help you! The photo above was for a small amount of length, but mainly for thickness. The client had balyage coloring already. We chose her extensions to match exactly the color she already had. Using 4 packs or extensions, 2 packs of her base color, and 2 packs of her balyage color. The extensions were placed based on her color needs and the length and thickness we wanted to achieve. This client only has our Professional Tape-In Extensions.
What is your next step in getting your Extensions...
Schedule your Consultation.
At your Consultation we will determine...
The length you want to achieve and how many packs of hair you are going to need for your desired thickness.
We will determine whether you want your color to be altered or if you want it to match your existing color.
At this point, you and your stylist will then decide what type of extensions you will need for your hair type; tape-in, i-tip or flat-tip.
You will be required to pay for your hair only at this appointment. You will pay for your services on the day of application.
We will schedule your application for at least 2 days after your consultation, due to ordering procedures.
You will then have the reins to determine your time period until you want to get your extensions moved up. This is based on your comfort and your hair's needs.
Some pointers to remember
About your application and extensions.
Application time: 30 minutes to 3 hours
May be reused up to 3 times
Lasts 3 to 6 months with proper care.
Blow Dry your extensions at the root after every wash, to make sure your adhesive or beads last.
Use a specific extension brush to ensure your extensions integrity.
Do Not Use Oils or Oil based products on your extensions adhesives or beads, this may cause slipping.
When combing out your extensions, be sure you avoid the roots, this will cause "backcombing" at the base of the extensions.