It's no secret that the world of big hair is big business. The UK hair extension industry is worth between £45m and £60m, according to IBISWorld, and revenue from hair and beauty salons is likely to be around £3.64bn per year, with a high percentage of that coming from the booming hair extension sector. We've never had so much choice in hair extensions. So many methods are on offer; from Tape-Ins to Weaves, Micro Bonds, Nano Bonds, Skin Wefts, Braidless Weaves, Skin Wefts, Co
What is an Braidless Weave?
A Braidless Weave is where a series of micro rings (or micro beads) are placed in a straight line along your hair, close to the scalp. Each one is spaced a few millimetres apart. They're applied by threading a small section of hair through a small bead, which is then squished with pliers to hold it in place. Once these are applied the weft of hair can then be sewn in to them. How long does a Braidless Weave take?
It takes around an hour to an hour
Holiday season is here, and between busting your butt for that perfect bikini bod and gathering all those suitcase essentials, it’s easy to forget that your hair extensions need some TLC too! To find out how you can take care of your beautiful Extensions on Holiday we have created the best aftercare guide for you to take with you! #1 TAKE ARGAN OIL AND MASKS SUITABLE FOR HAIR EXTENSIONS WITH YOU
Hair oils and masks are amazing for retaining the moisture in your Hair Extensio