Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Hot Heads Hair Extensions with stylist Sovay @ Salon Sovay

Before application of Hot Heads Extensions ~ Back Profile

  After application of Hot Heads Extensions ~ Back Profile

Before application of Hot Heads Extensions ~ Side Profile

  After application of Hot Heads Extensions ~ Side Profile
Before application of Hot Heads Extensions ~ Side Profile

After application of Hot Heads Extensions ~ Side Profile





Extensions Labor:
Above you'll see a client I saw today, 12/12/12, whose appointment started at 5pm.  During her visit, I removed her previous extensions, washed and dried her hair ("before" photos), applied her new Hot Heads Extensions ("after" photos).  She left the salon ready for a night out on the town by 7:45pm.  It's important to note these are her first "Hot Heads" Extensions as she was experimenting with a different brand before she and I met.  I am not a big fan of the other brand nor was I a fan of the application style for numerous reasons.  First, the hair extensions consisted of a poor quality of hair that was not silky and dense but, rather, thin and sparse with a thicker tape band.  In addition, the hair also tended to "mat" up and the adhesive slipped after a couple of weeks of wear which resulted in losing a fair share of her genetic hair when reapplying these extensions.  It should be noted this client has very fine and thin hair and can not afford to experiment with bad hair extensions because it leaves her hair very vulnerable, impaired, and even more thin than her baseline genetic hair.  Luckily, she agreed to try Hot Head Extensions which I have had a great history of success with due to their superior hair quality, gentle application, and durability.  I expect these extensions to give her hair the length and shine she desires while being extremely gentle to her genetic hair...best of both worlds.  We used two different shades of blonde to match her natural hair while giving some color dimension, as well.

Extensions Maintenance:  She has an important function to attend in February so we have her next maintenance visit scheduled for the first week in February 2013.  These new sets of Hot Head Extensions should last approximately 9 + months with maintenance visits scheduled every 2 to 3 months.    ~Sovay Reeder @ Salon Sovay

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