Lovely Wendy. Deep wave 20″ micro loop extensions. Love, love, love this!
Hannah had all her hair cut off into a short Bob but immediately regretted it. After only a week she decided to have hair extensions for the first time. I used a full head of 20″ micro loops.
This lovely lady has been through a hard year with surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer.
All she wanted was her hair back, sick of wearing heavy itchy wigs and not wanting to walk around with short hair as she felt “it was not her”. I wanted to help.
Her hair was only 1″ long, so I used a full head of tiny tip extension so they were as undetectable as possible and finished with a middle parting lace closure which I then cut a fringe into.
I think she is an amazing lady, I love meeting people who are on the same path that I have walked, as there is such an understanding for one another. I’m so pleased that I got to be involved in a tiny part of her road to recovery. A truly amazing lovely lady
Hair extensions, can be life changing. However, they’re not like our own hair and they must be maintained. You have to do a little work if you want them to last.
Sometimes if you are new to them you may not be aware of the maintenance that is required. You certainly can’t just leave them or you will encounter problems such as tangling and matting. Even with the purest and most expensive hair on the market, you still have do a little extra to care for them. Otherwise they can become a mess quickly.
The reason this happens is because, once the hair is sourced, cut and made, it no longer has the natural scalp oils which keep hair healthy and shiny. Our own hair has natural oils which nourish our hair, which is why we rarely experience matting or tangling.
For those who wear clip ins, you will still need to keep these maintained too. You can even buy synthetic shampoo if yours is not real. However, for those who are wearing semi-permanent hair extensions such as Micro loop hair extensions, your hair care routine is key.
If you have bought high quality hair extensions, it’s not the product that is defective.
Product Build Up
Leftover product, especially those products containing alcohol, cause hair extensions to dry = matting. Over time this will cause tangling. Dry shampoo also causes hair extensions to dry out very quickly and are not advised to be used. This also includes thermal spray.
Hair Care Routine
Hair extensions require a little love and care, so you should set aside 10 minutes a day to take care of the hair to ensure they last. Your hair care routine is most important, especially those who are wearing semi-permanent hair extensions. Without it, you will have a tangled mess sooner than later. Try using a weekly mask and oils. (without getting the oil on the bonds)
What a lovely review to receive on a Tuesday! Hannah posted on Google
“Would recommend to anyone! I’ve had my extensions for over a month now and am yet to need any maintenance, such good quality hair and amazing service from Bev! Thanks so much!”
She also sent a beautiful picture, 1 month since fitting. She’s obviously cared for and maintained her hair extensions well. Look out for some more tips and advice on maintenance coming to the blog soon!