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We carry 3 types of 100% ethically sourced Weft extensions. Hand-Tied, Machine Sewn and Hybrid Wefts!

 

Hair extensions at a salon typically take around 1-2 hours. Adding additional services like color will increase that time.

Yes, you can wash and style your weft hair extensions similarly to your natural hair. However, there are a few important points to keep in mind:

1. Shampoo: It’s recommended to use sulfate-free and gentle shampoo and conditioner to cleanse your extensions. Avoid harsh rubbing or scrubbing, as this can cause tangling or damage. Instead, gently massage the products into the hair and rinse thoroughly. Be sure to wash your extensions less frequently than your natural hair to preserve their longevity. We recommend using Cuticle Lisse hair care and styling products. Learn more at CuticleLisse.com

2. Styling: You can style your weft hair extensions using heat tools, but it’s crucial to use heat protection spray beforehand. Set your tools to a lower temperature and avoid applying excessive heat directly to the weft. Additionally, avoid tugging or pulling on the extensions when styling to prevent strain on your natural hair.

4. Brushing: Use a wide-tooth comb or a brush with soft bristles to detangle your extensions gently. Start at the ends and work your way up to avoid causing unnecessary tension or damage. Avoid brushing when the hair is wet, as it can be more prone to breakage.

Remember, it’s important to follow the specific care instructions provided by the manufacturer or the stylist who installed your weft hair extensions. They may have additional tips or recommendations based on the specific type and brand of extensions used.

Our patented system is non-damaging and when properly maintained, will not cause significant damage to your natural hair. However, neglecting proper care can potentially lead to damage.

To maintain and extend the life of your hair extensions, it is generally recommended to schedule maintenance appointments every 6 to 8 weeks. This timeframe may vary depending on factors like the type of extensions, your hair’s natural growth rate, and your hairstylist’s recommendation. Regular maintenance appointments typically involve re-tying or repositioning the extensions, checking for any necessary adjustments, and ensuring that they blend seamlessly with your natural hair. Remember, following your stylist’s advice and properly caring for your hair extensions at home will also contribute to their longevity.

Synthetic hair extensions are made from synthetic fibers, typically made of acrylic or polyester. They are created to mimic the appearance of real hair and offer a wide range of colors and textures. However, they tend to have a more artificial shine and can easily tangle or become damaged when exposed to heat styling tools.

On the other hand, human hair extensions are made from real human hair. This means they look and feel more natural, blending seamlessly with your own hair. They can be styled with heat tools, washed, and treated like your real hair. Human hair extensions also tend to last longer and maintain their quality and softness over time.

In summary, the main differences between synthetic hair extensions and human hair extensions are the material used, the natural appearance and feel of the hair, and how they can be styled and cared for.

Yes, you can use heating tools such as curling irons or straighteners on hair extensions. However, it is important to take certain precautions to ensure the longevity and quality of your extensions. Here are some tips:

1. Use heat protectant: Before applying heat to your hair extensions, always use a good quality heat protectant spray or serum. This will create a barrier between the hair and the hot tool, minimizing damage.

2. Adjust the heat setting: Make sure to set the heat on your heating tool to a lower temperature. High heat settings can be damaging to the extensions. Start with a lower setting and gradually increase if needed.

3. Test on a small section: Before styling your entire set of extensions, it’s a good idea to test a small section to see how the hair reacts to the heat. This will help you determine the optimal temperature and duration for styling.

4. Avoid excessive heat exposure: Limit the time the heating tool comes into contact with the extensions. Excessive or prolonged heat exposure can cause the hair to become brittle and prone to breakage.

5. Allow extensions to cool down: After styling, allow the hair extensions to cool down before touching and manipulating them. This will help set the style and maintain its longevity.

6. Clean and maintain: Regularly clean and condition your hair extensions to keep them in good condition. This will help prevent any buildup of product or heat damage.

Remember, despite taking precautions, heat styling can still have some impact on the longevity of your extensions. It’s essential to strike a balance between achieving your desired style and maintaining the health of your extensions.

The lifespan of hair extensions can vary depending on the type of extensions, the quality of the hair, and how well they are taken care of. Generally, if properly maintained, hair extensions can last anywhere from 3 months to 6 months. However, some higher-quality extensions can last up to a year or longer with careful maintenance. It’s important to schedule re-ties to ensure the longevity of your hair extensions.

Yes, you can definitely color or dye your hair extensions to achieve the desired look. However, there are a few things you should keep in mind to ensure the best results and maintain the health of your extensions.

Consult a Professional: If you’re unsure about coloring your hair extensions yourself, it’s wise to consult a professional hairstylist who has experience working with extensions. We can recommend the best coloring techniques and products for your specific type of extensions.

3. Conduct a Strand Test: Before applying hair dye or color to the entire set of extensions, it’s recommended to perform a strand test. Cut a small section of hair from the extensions and test the color on it to see how it turns out. This way, you can adjust the color or technique as needed.

4. Choose the Right Color: When selecting a hair color for your extensions, consider matching it to your natural hair color or choosing a shade that complements your desired look. You can also opt for highlights or lowlights for a more subtle effect.

5. Use Hair-Friendly Products: It’s essential to use hair-friendly, color-safe products specifically designed for color-treated hair extensions. Avoid using harsh chemicals or products containing sulfate, as they can damage the hair and weaken the extensions.

6. Take Care of Your Extensions: After coloring your hair extensions, it’s important to follow a proper hair care routine. This includes using sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner, avoiding excessive heat styling, and moisturizing regularly to maintain the health and vibrancy of the color.

Remember to be cautious when coloring hair extensions, as they may not react the same way as your natural hair. Taking proper care of your extensions and using the right products will help ensure long-lasting, vibrant color.

The cost of hair extensions can vary depending on factors such as the type of extensions, the length and quality of the hair and amount of tracks. On average, hair extensions and Glamour Track start at $370.

At Glamour Locks we have the ability to offer or arrange payment plans. We accept all major credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Affirm.

We pride ourselves on our patented method and our extensively trained stylists. Our innovative approach to hair care is a result of years of research and development, and we are the only salon providing our patented non-damaging method.

Our stylists undergo rigorous and comprehensive training to ensure that they are experts in implementing our patented technique. We are committed to delivering the best results while prioritizing the health and integrity of your natural hair.

Please note that unauthorized use of our unique method is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. We take the protection of our patent very seriously, and any unauthorized use will not be tolerated.