Get it Glam – Hair Extensions FAQs
Are you looking to add length or volume to your hair? Hair extensions are a great way to achieve that. At Get it Glam I use LA Weave Hair Extensions. This post will highlight some of the most common questions that you may have about the process and types of getting extensions put in.
LA Weave Hair Extensions Free Consultation
Always the process begins with a FREE for a consultation. During this time we will colour match your hair, recommend what length to go for, and supply you with fabulous Russian Remy hair that will last you time and time again.
How long do they last?
Hair extensions can last for 8 – 12 weeks. This can depend on how many times you wash your hair, how quick your own hair grows, if you use the right products and aftercare provided.
How much do they cost?
The luxury Russian Remy hair I supply and fit costs £130 per 100g pack. You can have 2 – 4 rows fitted at a time depending on how long or thick you would like them to look. Its £20 per row applied. Estimated cost is between £150 – £210
When should I get them tightened?
I recommend you get them tightened between 6-8 weeks. I only recommend getting them tightened once.
Will they damage my own hair?
No they wont as long as you follow the Aftercare advice given to you after your fitting.
How do you apply them to my hair?
I do a row of micro rings, always staying away from your hair line so there is enough hair to cover where the weft is applied making them easy to disguise and look as natural as possible. I then sew the weft of Russian hair either single or double rows onto the gathered hair. The great thing about this tchnique is that the hair falls natural from the root and doesnt look bitty, it doesnt put any pressure on any one area of the scalp.
My Reccomended Products List
Dove Intensive Repair – Shampoo and Conditioner
Palmers Coconut Oil Formula – Conditioning Shampoo, Repairing Conditioner
Herbal Essence – Blue Moroccan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner
Inecto – Smooth me coconut hair serum. (savers)
L’Oreal – Mythic Oil (Apply a tiny amount to middle and ends of hair before drying)