Great Length Extensions: Orange County … Finale

Great Length Extensions Orange County’s Rolls Royce of Extensions

As Orange County licensed GreatLengths Extensions Expert please continue reading the article I provided from last week:

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“Five hours (and a sore bum) later, I had long, thick, Kim Kardashian-esque hair. Dee then cut, styled and curled my amazing new mane.

The adventure doesn’t end here, however. Maintenance is key for the upkeep of your new ‘do. Brushing is an essential part to keeping your locks looking luscious and it involves a bit of work. Brushing it in layers while hitting all the roots twice a day is a requirement — and it’s not as easy as it sounds! During my first week with my new extensions, it was too painful to do anything to it. It takes a while for your hair to grow a little so then the bonds aren’t so tight. Luckily, this was a short-term side effect and I’m now free to do what I please with my new look.

I’ve had a lot of people ask me if I can still straighten it, wash it, and put it in a ponytail. The answers are yes, yes and yes. Obviously, you have to use care when styling, making sure that you don’t go over the bonds with a hot straightener or curling iron, but other than that, it’s business as usual.

So, this all sounds pretty sweet right? Well, everything has a downside and Great Lengths’ happens to be the price. They don’t call them ‘the Rolls Royce of hair extensions’ for nothing. Each person is different and the price varies from salon to salon and client to client. (For my super thick hair, the full-head process required eight bundles and would have cost approximately $2,400, but a woman with thin hair may have gotten away with using only three bundles). This treatment will take a bite out of your wallet — but is completely worth it if you’re looking to achieve movie star locks.”

-Repost “Beauty Buy or Beware: Great Lengths Hair Extensions” Author: Miranda Furtado

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