Artificial hair integrations, more commonly known as hair extensions, add length and/or fullness to human hair.
Hair extensions are methods of lengthening one’s hair by incorporating artificial hair or natural hair collected from other individuals. Hair extensions can also be used to protect one’s natural hair. These hair techniques are advanced and are used to change the hair drastically without looking unrealistic. ~Wiki
What types of Hair Extensions are used today?
Wefted Hair– Hair is sewn onto a track made with braids or seamless tracks.
Taped Hair– Hair is taped onto 2 inches width hair. It is applied directly or sandwiched to make the hair extension last longer.
Bonded Hair– Floss to pencil width hair individually attached to similar width hair and secured together melting the bond.
Hair on a Skin-like material– Most suitable method for bald spots. Comes in small to large pieces which can be cut into “puzzles” to fill in the missing parts of the hair. Can be installed with clips for daily wear or glue for semi-permanent wear.
What type of Hair Extensions are Great Lengths?
Great Lengths is a bonded hair type attachment.
What clients are candidates for Great Lengths Hair Extensions?
Clients who have healthy or damaged hair and just looking to have Victoria Secret looking hair as a fashion statement and/or to camouflage their damaged hair.
What clients are NOT candidates for Great Lengths Hair Extensions?
Any client with weak, thin, thinning hair. Great Lengths are made of human hair and uses a very strong bond; for this reason, the weak, thin, thinning hair will not be able to support the weight and the strength of the hair Great Lengths is known for. Choosing the WRONG METHOD will put stress and damage to your weak, thin, thinning hair overtime and that is why you read bad reviews online; which could have been prevented, if you had gone to a more knowledgable stylist. Below is a client who’s been told that she needed Great Lengths, but as you can see, she has weak, thin, thinning hair. Below is her testimony.
Great Lengths Hair Extensions Reviews
“Hello, My name is Alicia and I am a client of Charlene Blacer’s. Charlene had asked me to get in touch with you to share my experience with Cyberhair.
Great Lengths Hair Extensions Reviews- Why Great Lengths Human Hair Extensions Is A Bad Solution For Thinning Hair
I can tell you that I have had a great experience with it! I am 37 years old and have had fine, fragile hair most of my adult life. My appearance is very important to me, especially my hair. I wore Great Lengths human hair extensions for almost four years, and found that over time that due to the weight of human hair, I ended up with thinner hair as a result and was very depressed. I knew that I could no longer wear them, however, I did not know where to go or who to turn to that I could truly trust. It was a blessing that I found Charlene and she introduced me to Cyberhair…I have to admit that honestly, I was skeptical at first because it was “manmade” hair and I was concerned that it wouldn’t look natural or that it would further damage my already fragile, damaged tresses. Well, I was very wrong! Charlene is a true artist and when I was finished in her chair I was amazed at how beautiful and natural my hair looked. More importantly, I no longer had the heavy weight of human hair-these are so lightweight and much more comfortable to wear. I honestly feel as though it is all mine-it matches the texture of my natural hair much better than human hair and it is durable. Very easy to maintain and always shiny and healthy looking.
My goal is to get my natural hair back to life again and to the point where I no longer need to wear any hair extensions-Charlene knows this and has shown much compassion and understanding. She taught me how to care better for my own hair-and as a result, after wearing Cyberhair for about 7 months now, I am well on my way to that goal! My hair is healthier today than it has been in a very long time and is growing back nicely, even with the Cyberhair in place! I cannot recommend Charlene or the Cyberhair enough! I have my confidence back today and I have hope for the future of my hair.