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Will Clients Have to Change Their Styling Habits When Wearing Extensions?

April 7, 2017 | 12:08 PM
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Will clients have to change their styling habits when wearing extensions?

Halo Couture extensions are made with 100% Human Remy hair so you can curl or straighten them with hot tools just like natural hair,” says Alyssa Romero, education and sales, Halo Couture. “Not only can you style hair into a casual ponytail or braid, but you can actually enhance these styles with the length and volume that our extensions provide.”

You can use this information to encourage brides to wear extensions on their wedding day, then keep them in for styling versatility during the honeymoon. Here's some expert advice on offering extensions to brides and the rest of their wedding party. 

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