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What is the best hair extension line?

It's one of the top questions I'm asked and it's the most challenging to answer! Hair is a dead fiber and it take a village to import top quality hair extensions.


Hair extensions are a great way to add length, volume, and texture to your hair.


They come in a variety of styles and colors, so it can be difficult to decide which one is the best for you.


Let's discuss the best hair extension line and what to look for when choosing the right one.



When choosing a hair extension line, it is important to consider the quality of the hair.

Look for extensions that are made from 100% human hair, as this will ensure that they look and feel natural.


Also the word REMY is vital to any reputable salon. You'll always want the highest remy ratio possible.


Additionally, make sure that the extensions are tangle-free and have minimal shedding. It is also important to consider the color and texture of the hair extensions. Choose a color that matches your natural hair color and a texture that will blend in seamlessly.


Finally, it is important to consider the price of the hair extensions. While it is tempting to go for the cheapest option, it is important to remember that you get what you pay for. Investing in a higher quality hair extension line will ensure that the extensions last longer and look better.


Note from Christina: This blog could be pages and pages of information and is a bit generic. What's most important is that you choose the right stylist that can select the best method of hair extensions for you based on your unique DNA.


Selecting the best extensions also needs to be based on your lifestyle and budget.


Lastly, just because the package says Russian hair or Remy hair doesn't mean it's either. Unfortunately, this is very common in our industry. 99% of hair sold to the US isn't what the package claims it is.


So, when asked what is the best hair extension line?!

My answer is a list of questions based on you... one shoe doesn't fit everyone and makes it very challenging to be treated any differently.




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