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HOW-TO: Chemical-Free Highlights and Hair Color to Avoid Breakage

Alison Alhamed | November 22, 2013 | 8:42 AM

HOW-TO: Chemical-Free Highlights and Hair Color to Avoid BreakageWhile at the Hotheads hair extension headquarters in Hollywood, Florida, MODERN editor Alison Shipley got the low down from educators on how extensions aren't just great for adding volume and body, they can also be a solution to chemical-free hair color!

Imagine, your client has color sensitivities, or the ends of her hair are compromised so she can't be lightened, or her doctor recommended she avoid hair color due to allergies or a high-risk first term of pregnancy. That's where extensions can help!

In this quick clip, see how Micros tape-in extensions work, how they are maintained, and the results your client can expect to achieve.


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