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100% Peruvian Virgin Hair Deep Curly Hair Extensions 4 Bundles 12inch to 32inch Natural Black 400g

Le 4 septembre 2016, 12:43 dans Humeurs 0

100% Peruvian Virgin Hair Deep Curly Hair Extensions 4 Bundles 12inch to 32inch Natural Black 400g Our Peruvian virgin hair extensions is 100% unprocessed peruvian hair, it's soft, tangle free, silky and smooth. Can be dyed and ironed. Can be treated as if it is your own hair. This hair holds curls very well. 1, Material: 100% Peruvian Virgin Remy Hair, can be dyed or bleached 2, Hair color: Natural Black 3, Quality: Top grade virgin hair, hair cuticle in same direction 4, Hair Weight: Around 100G (about 3.2-3.5oz/pc) 5, Durability: More than 2 years if take care of hair properly 6, Package: OPP bag with white sticker 7, Available Size: 12-32 inches (30-80cm) 8,Payment: Western union, Paypal, Paypal checkout, T/T, Money Gram, Visa, Master, American Express 9,Delivery date: Within 24 hours in stock. Free shipping by Epacket.

Surprise yourself with stylish Synthetic Hair For Men in low prices

Le 4 septembre 2016, 12:41 dans Humeurs 0

Surprise yourself with stylish Synthetic Hair For Men in low prices, all of which are delivered to you all around the world as soon as possible. Find your favorite Synthetic Hair For Men will be easier with clear classification. Moreover, you are able to find other adorable products. LightinTheBox is one leading top wholesaler all over the world, which promises you the best quality and service. Better, you can experience great discount with low price, which save you more money. Embrace LightinTheBox, and surprise comes to you one by one. We’ve already got you covered on which hair extensions are suitable for you, so now that you’ve made this worthy splurge, it’s time to talk proper care. To ensure a long-lived look, it’s essential to get the maintenance rituals for both real human and synthetic hair down pat (yes—there are differences between the two). Below, we’ve consulted with experts at top salons to inform us on the dos and don’ts when it comes to preserving these luxe hairdo additions. Scroll through to learn exactly how! Why is it important to take care of your extensions? “They can damage your own hair and won’t last as long as they’re supposed to,” Rita Hazan stylist Mylo tells InStyle. It’s especially important to attend to the definitive needs of your Virgin Remy Hair Closure Hair particular hair extensions. “The natural oils of your hair will not reach the tips of your extensions,” added Monica Thorton, co-founder of RPZL. “Proper Flip In Synthetic Hair care includes a daily brushing routine, hydration, and the use of natural products that avoid drying chemicals.” How do you take care of real human hair extensions? According to RPZL, it's critical to wash human hair extensions with only sulfate- or paraben-free shampoo specifically on the roots. To help soften and detangle, try Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser's Invisible Oil Sulfate Free Shampoo ($31; bumbleandbumble.com). RPZL also recommends not infusing the hair in either salt or chlorinated water. Let's be real, that's extremely difficult in the summertime, which is why we're suggesting Barracuda Aquia Dechlorinating Shampoo ($7; amazon.com), a 2-in-1 formula that clarifies hair while also eliminating chlorine odor. Additionally, avoid bedtime with a wet head (a dry braid or pigtails overnight is ideal) and treat your extensions with care—no pulling or tugging. Try the Spornette Large Super Looper Brush ($12; birchbox.com) to gently brush and detangle without creating further damage. RELATED: It's Now Easier Than Ever to Shop Hair Extensions Online How do you take care of synthetic hair extensions? According to Mylo, “Synthetic hair gets dull very fast. Some qualities can be styled with heat, but you have to be a little more careful that you don’t melt the hair.” To style synthetic hair without damaging it, try Drybar High Tops Self-Grip Rollers ($10; sephora.com) or Conair Brush Foam Rollers ($10; drugstore.com) for effortless curls without all that damage. When washing synthetic extensions to eliminate dullness, lather with a formula specialized for synthetic hair, such as Revlon Texturizing Cleanser for Synthetic Hair ($9; sallybeauty.com). After shampooing the extensions, to painlessly remove tangles, use a wide tooth comb. We love the Ouidad Double Detangler Comb ($26; sephora.com). Is there a difference when taking care of clip-ins vs. more permanent extensions? The answer is yes. "Clip-in extensions are made to be temporary, so washing and styling shouldn't be done as often," Mylo tells InStyle. When it comes to real extensions, it's important to wash and style more frequently. "Permanent extensions stay on your hair anywhere from 6 weeks to 3 months. Therefore, you need to follow the specific instructions from your stylist before leaving the salon."

snags the single strand of hair

Le 4 septembre 2016, 12:41 dans Humeurs 0

"There's probably 10 top wigmakers," Victoria Wood tells me. "That covers Italy, Germany, England, France, the U.S., and Japan. I would like to think that I'm in the top 10 or 15." We are in Wood's modest home in Long Beach, California. Outside sits a Clip In Toyota Avalon whose license plate reads, WIGMAKR. Wood made the wigs Brazilian Virgin Hair for Will Ferrell and Jon Heder in Blades of Glory, Kevin Spacey in American Beauty, and Barbra Streisand in Meet the Fockers. Angelina Jolie wore her wigs in Girl Interrupted; Dakota Fanning wore them in The Secret Life of Bees. She recently did the wigs for the remake of Total Recall. Wood has a fine-boned face and dark blond hair. In her mid-50s, she has a teenaged son and a husband -- her fourth -- whom she met at church. "I wanted to be a make-up artist in film. I didn't know God had wigmaking," she says. Once she learned God did have wigmaking, she never looked back: she has been Flip In Synthetic Hair ventilating -- the industry term -- for 32 years, mostly for film and Broadway shows. Since then, Wood has bought most of her hair from Bracha and Dirks. Nearly all of their hair is virgin, she says, and of extremely good quality. Wood leads me to a small workshop in the back. The room is cluttered with cabinets, headshots, wigs on wig blocks bound in white canvas. I note a book called, simply, Dreads. If you know your hair will grow back -- or be covered with someone else's beautiful hair -- are you truly giving up everything? Wood shows me a needle with a tiny barb like a fishhook at one end. "You're not a wigmaker if you can't tie a knot. People say, 'I want to work with you.' I say, 'Make a clean knot and a fast knot, or you're of no value to me.'" She pokes the barbed needle through a piece of net, snags the single strand of hair, loops it, pulls it back through the net, twists it, captures the strand, again pulls it back through the net, and secures the knot. Or something like that: she tries to slow it down but can't. At speed, she'll make a knot in half a second. If a Broadway show succeeds, a wig must endure multiple wearings; over time, single knots can loosen, so Wood double-knots each strand. She charges a minimum of $3,000 per theatrical wig and twice that amount for film wigs, but film is a business that's used to paying for maximum flexibility. "They want to be able to say, 'We had this very expensive virgin blond hair' -- my God, this happened! -- 'but we think she would look better with dark hair.' So they dye the hair dark."

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