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Looking Good With Hair Extensions

In this post I am going to talk about Hair.... starting with myself, I notice that my hair grows fast.  In less than a month, I could see half an inch or one centimeter longer.  How do I know the length?  Easy, the reason is when new hair comes out, they are white in colour!  Yes, no joke... according to my hair stylist, my whole head of hair has become grey!  If not for the hair dyes, I have long silver hair in no time.  Sounds kind of scary but true... I need to don wigs on my head cos dyeing the hair too regularly is not a welcoming thought.  

So what kind of wigs do I need?  I need to get more information about wigs, hair extensions and so forth.  Checking online is pretty easy, there are many websites offering easy ways of donning a wig or putting on human hair weave.  For those who are regular users of hair extensions, they would have by now familiarized themselves with the different types of hair extensions available in the marketplace.



First, there are synthetic hair and natural human hair extensions obtained from various nations. These hair are of different textures, colours and length. These hair are sold as human hair weave, lace frontal closure, lace wigs, bundles and closure, hair extensions, etc. Human hair weave are virgin hair which are unprocessed human hair. They do not tangle and shed easily. They can be used more than once and can be coloured and shampooed. They are more costly but they can be used for more than a year with proper care and maintenance. Hair bundles are graded and the higher the grading, the higher the quality and cost. Hair bundles are measured by weight, the longer the hair the more bundles are needed to make it fuller.

When choosing hair extensions, there are human wave weave, straight hair, body wave, deep wave, and many others. The loose wave weave has a tighter and smaller wavy pattern and is popular among today’s fashionable women. Always choose the hair texture and feature to blend well with your own natural hair for a more natural look.  Well, I think I gonna need this hair weave one day, I am not getting any younger!  LOL  ...



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