What are the best hair extensions?
Buying good quality hair extensions can be extremely confusing, difficult and time consuming, and buying the wrong type or overly processed or treated hair can prove to be a very costly mistake.
With more and more women around the world loving and sometimes needing the help of extensions, I felt it more important than ever to explain the fundamentals, of buying quality hair extensions, to help women be more informed and able to understand the hair extensions industry, in order to make informative choices and to stop losing money and time on sub-standard hair extensions and or application methods.
Having great Hair extensions is incredible and can even be life changing one who has struggled with fine or limp locks or which simply doesn’t grow long and luscious like they wish it would, hair extensions can offer the greatest solution to their hair woes.
I have first hand knowledge regarding all application methods, processing procedures and origins and after 14 years of being a senior extension artist and master trainer in all methods of attachment I would like to share with you the some in depth knowledge to help you purchase the extensions of your dreams, so you never have to worry about tangling, damage to your own hair or uncomfortable or even painful low quality hair extensions again!
So lets begin. I have broken this article into several key categories. Please read through the steps carefully. This will help to inform you and assist you with asking the correct questions when purchasing hair extensions from your dealer.
Learn about where your hair extensions REALLY come from!
CAN I VISIT THE SUPPLIER? Do you know much about your supplier/extension artist?
Are you really comfortable handing over hundreds of dollars to someone you “hope’ will sell you a good product?
Please don’t make the mistake of simply thinking that if you receive a sample of the hair it will mean you will be buying good hair in the future… many suppliers simply have a some good hair samples and then they send out bad hair after an order is made. You really need to see several packets first to ensure the hair will be high quality on a CONSISTENT basis… especially if you are going to buy it long term.
Can you visit the supplier?
Be sure your hair extensions provider/artist has an ‘open door’ policy. Even if they are too far away… to visit… do they allow the public to see the hair before they buy?
Can they show you the different type of hair before you buy it?
Do they have examples of non-remy and real…