Joined 10 months ago
When I realized my hair was thinning, I went out and bought my first extension. I tried matching the extension’s texture with my natural hair’s texture but ended up just wasting a lot of time, effort, and money in the process and still wasn’t able to get a good result. I spent hours curling and straightening the extension to match my natural curls but eventually ruined the extension even though it was sold as “100% “Virgin” Human hair.
After just a few washes and shampooing, the silicone came off and the extension was ruined. I tried this with over a dozen different extensions each time ending with the same wrecked, matted mess even though the hair was always advertised as 100% Human hair. It was at the height of my frustration that I decided to create extensions out of actual human hair with naturally occurring textures so you could treat them just like your own natural hair and wash, dye, color, and bleach them any way you want without damaging the extension or your own hair. I knew that every woman deserved to have beautiful hair and achieve whatever hair dreams they were after.
10 months ago
Know how to choose the right thickness for your extensions and understand the four different thickness options available.
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