Hair Extensions


Clip-in extensions are wefts of hair attached to small one-inch combs that can be clipped into your natural hair in sections. The wefts vary in width so they’re easy to place and blend all along your head. Clip-in hair extensions are a type of temporary hair extension that can be used for a limited time before being removed. Clip-in hair extensions are the least damaging type of hair extension because they’re easy to put in and remove and they don’t affect your lifestyle or your hair as much as permanent extensions.


Kera-Link is a natural fusion method. Attached to the hair using a strand-by-strand method, Kera-Link allows for full 360-degree movement. Kera-Link hair can last for about three to six months. As you wear Kera-Link extensions, your hair will grow as it normally does, and that growth causes the bond and hair extension to move further and further away from the scalp.


Micro-link hair extensions do not require the use of heat, adhesives, or other chemicals and when installed properly, there shouldn’t be any damage to your real hair. Easy to use and low maintenance. Braids and glue are not required, hairstyling and maintenance should be easy.

Micro-links can last for about 4 to 6 weeks with proper maintenance. Recommend coming back to the salon every two or three weeks to have hair washed and styled and every six weeks to tighten the links.


Tape-in extensions are one to one and a half inches of sections of hair that are pre-taped with medical-grade glue to your hair. They can last between 6-8 weeks. Tape-in extensions can be an excellent option for those looking for a semi-permanent way to add length and volume to their hair.


Hybrid weft extensions, also known as braid-less sew-ins, are a great way to add length to your hair without the need for braiding. Not only do they provide length, but they also give you the versatility to style your hair how you want. Hybrid wefts are incredibly safe for your hair because of their distributed weight, lightweight design, adhesive application and heat-free installation. This means that you don’t have to worry about damaging your hair in the process of getting extensions.


Remove and Re-installation

Visiting a salon for removing or re-installing your extensions should be done approximately one to two months after the extensions were first installed. At this point, you may notice an unpleasant odor and unruly new growth, which is a sign that it’s time for maintenance. It’s important to remember that if you wait longer than 8 weeks between extension maintenance, you may experience tangling and matting above the extension attachment. The removal or re-install process typically takes a few hours.

Care Tips:


For the best results, it’s recommended to get your extensions moved up approximately every 4-6weeks, which totally depends on your natural growth and how rough or gentle you are with the extensions.