Hair Extensions


HOW-TO: The Doves' Midsummer Night's Dream

By Anne Moratto | Updated: 05/28/2013 10:23:00 PM
While hairdressers joke, “I’m a beautician, not a magician,” magic does happen when a real artist gets to work. Multiply that by two and you get The Doves, creating their own brand of enchanting sleight of hand to show the bewitching, varied results achieved with Hairdreams extensions. The Doves have been “NAHA Masters Hairstylists of the Year” and are currently Wella Ambassadors as well as actively collaborating with Hairdreams. With one hand-selected model and three looks in mind, The Doves demonstrate versatility in shape, styling and color with a dreamy, on-trend palette. The resulting looks—truly charming.
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Nicholas French Shows HOW TO Create His "Game of Thrones" Finish

By Maggie Mulhern | Updated: 05/08/2013 8:53:00 AM
Nicholas French, using SheUSA by So.Cap, shows HOW TO create his Game Of Thrones finish with extensions and a home made foundation.
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HOW TO Get the Spread The Love Looks Featured in May Modern

By Maggie Mulhern | Updated: 05/01/2013 2:46:00 PM
The Matrix Spread The Love artists created beautiful images for Modern's May issue. Get the breakdown and HOW TO of each look from each artist.
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HOW TO Hide Roots for a Big Night Out

By Maggie Mulhern | Updated: 04/26/2013 9:27:00 AM
Ali Tilton shows HOW TO hide a clients roots to prepare her hair for a big night out.
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HOW TO: Use Extensions To Create A Dramatic and Exciting Fringe

By Maggie Mulhern | Updated: 04/19/2013 3:35:00 PM
Hairdreams "Quikkies" came to the rescue at ARTIST SESSION to help Jen Dozier create dimension, volume, fresh color and an exciting fringe.
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Hair Extension Before and After: Drew Noreen's Transformed Client

By Alison Alhamed | Updated: 04/18/2013 1:15:00 PM
MODERN Facebook fan Drew Noreen created this before and after using 808 Flashpoint individual hair extensions put in silicone-lined beads.
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