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Angela asks:
Have you heard of coil links done strand by strand and how safe are they claimed to be?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Yes we have. There are over 34 different types of hair extension/enhancement techniques. All of which have been designed to suit different hair types, life styles, durability and economical preferences. ...More >

Most hair extension techniques which are non invasive if applied by a properly qualified and experience technician and maintained within the correct time span should not cause your hair or scalp to deteriorate. I must however advise that if the technician is not properly trained to remove any form of strand by strand technique or if the client attempts to remove them or unpick them themselves, then this is where most of the problem sets in.

It is also worth checking out if the coils are silicon coated, this will help to avoid any rust or chemical reaction when they come into contact with some of the commercial hair care products.





Janet asks:
I just got hair extensions last week. My hair extensions are frizzy and unmanageable. I have used various leave in conditioners. I am now regretting the extensions. What can I do?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Hi Janet - Without seeing it its hard to say what's happening but I think you need to go back to the people that did your extensions as soon as you can.

Jason Kearns







Samantha asks:
Hello, I'm Samantha. I'm 16 years old, I have naturally dark dark brown curly hair with brown eyes. I wanna explore a little and dye my hair really blonde. What shade of blonde do you think will go the best and will I be able to do it with out destroying my hair? Hope to hear from you soon! Thanks

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Hi Samantha - After talking to my two senior Color technicians (Luke Kwaicznski and Kathleen McMahon) about your question, we are all in agreement about the general rule of thumb of only lightening no more than four shades above your own dark brown hair, and from your description we would suggest you stick with warm light browns and dark blondes, Igora Fashion by Schwartzkopf would be ideal for your request.

Jason Kearns





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