Based on the title, you, my brilliant readers, would probably guessed that it's a sponsored post about hair extensions. I do love love my halo hair-extensions to death and would recommend this method to any of you who's feeling insecure about their thin short hair. So yeah, for my fellow friend who long for luscious locks, look no further than Equeena Hair Store. It is an online store so put on your smart buyer's glasses and make sure you match your hair colour perfectly, know the kind of textures you want. and of course, the suitable length.
This store basically provides all your cheap hair extensions needs. If you are overwhelmed with the so many options, let me lead you to Brazilian hair extensions. The website says that this type of extension is usually more shiny and more silky than others. They come in straight, wavy, or curly options depending on what your need is. If you have naturally straight hair, I would recommend getting the straight, since you can always curl it with your curling iron. Or if you only want to wear this extension on special occasion where you always have your hair nice and wavy, you can go with the way extension. The price ranges from $20 to $68.
If your natural hair is not silky, because I do understand the struggle to have nice shiny silky hair, fear not! Equeena Store also sells Indian Hair extensions which the website said, is thick and coarse. I do love the body wave option below, it looks very Victoria's Secret Angel runway hair. Or if you want a more everyday look, just go for the straight option.
For closure, there is the latest tech in hair extension world called Lace closure. Basically it's the parting area on your scalp. Sewn-in or bonded weaves usually require lace closures to cover the top area where the track hair or weaving hair gets sewn/bonded down. This process often creates an area called the “horseshoe” where some hair gets left out. Closures can be used to cover up that area and add some decorative style to enhance the weave. Always make sure you tint the materials used on your closure so that it matches your scalp. When you properly tint the closure it makes it easier to part, pull back or twist your hair in any style you want without drawing attention to the closure. It's pretty cool era we live in, huh?
Anyway, for more info you can always email their customer service : firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm sure one of their lovely CS will be happy to help you find your perfect hair extension match.
Thank you for reading and I'll see on my next post about my Australia trip.
Have a productive Monday, all!