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Ready To Wear Collection

Ready To Wear

Our Ready to Wear Collection – is a curated selection of premium human hair extensions in various styles, textures, and colors. Elevate your look with our seamless, natural-looking extensions, including clip-ins and ponytails. With expert color-matching, versatile styling options, and easy application, our Collection caters to all hair enthusiasts. Transform your appearance effortlessly and embrace the endless possibilities.

Professional Method Collection

Professional Method

Experience the confidence and transformation that comes with our Professional Method Hair Extensions Collection. Crafted from premium human hair, these extensions allow for versatile styling, including heat and color treatments. Elevate your look with our expertly tailored range, which provides an extensive selection of colors and textures.

Tape In

Skin Weft Tape In

Invisible Seamless Tape In

Machine Weft

Pro Stylist Discount

Frequently Asked Questions

Hair extensions are strands of real or synthetic hair that are attached to your natural hair to enhance length, volume, or color. They come in various styles, textures, and colors, allowing you to create a wide range of looks.

There are several types of hair extensions, including clip-ins, tape-ins, sew-ins, micro-links, fusion, and halo extensions. Each type has its own unique method of attachment and varies in terms of maintenance, cost, and longevity.

Synthetic hair extensions are made from artificial fibers, while human hair extensions are made from real human hair. Human hair extensions generally look and feel more natural, can be styled with heat tools, and last longer than synthetic extensions. However, they are also more expensive.

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To achieve a natural look, it’s essential to match your hair extensions to your natural hair color and texture. You can consult with a professional stylist or use online resources to find the best match. Some retailers also offer color-matching services to help you find the perfect shade.

The longevity of hair extensions depends on the type of extension, the quality of the hair, and how well they are maintained. Typically, clip-in and halo extensions last 3-6 months, while tape-in, sew-in, micro-link, and fusion extensions can last anywhere from 6-12 months or more with proper care.

To maintain the quality and longevity of your hair extensions, follow these general tips:

  • Wash and condition them with sulfate-free and alcohol-free products.
  • Detangle gently, starting at the ends and working your way up.
  • Avoid excessive heat styling.
  • Store them properly when not in use.
  • For semi-permanent extensions, visit a professional stylist for regular maintenance appointments.

It’s generally safe to swim, exercise, and sleep with semi-permanent hair extensions, like tape-ins or sew-ins. However, it’s recommended to put your hair in a loose braid or ponytail to minimize tangling. For clip-in and halo extensions, it’s best to remove them before engaging in these activities to avoid damage.

When properly applied and maintained, hair extensions should not cause significant damage to your natural hair. However, improper application, removal, or maintenance can lead to hair breakage or stress on your scalp. It’s essential to follow proper care instructions and consult with a professional stylist if you have concerns.

The cost of hair extensions varies depending on the type, quality of hair, and method of installation. Prices can range from $50 for clip-in extensions to over $1,000 for high-quality, professionally installed extensions. It’s important to research and compare prices from different providers to find the best option for your budget.

Human hair extensions can be colored and styled with heat tools, just like natural hair. However, it’s essential to be cautious and consult with a professional stylist to avoid damage. Synthetic hair extensions typically cannot be colored, and heat styling can cause irreparable damage. Always check the manufacturer’s recommendations before attempting any modifications.