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Color 25/8R by Hairtalk

Lauren Salapatek | September 1, 2017 | 9:49 AM
The model in the photo is wearing #8, #23, #24 in 22”-24” Originals and 25/8R in 18"-20” Original Plus.

Color 25/8R by Hairtalk is a rooted extension and a top-seller. It is a most sought after look and it is only offered in Original Plus. The advantages of wearing a rooted extension is that it looks natural and discreet, there is very little maintenance, and caters to the dark roots and blonde hair trending style.

Original Plus’ are ideal for creating a perfect seamless look. The Plus Extensions are carefully inserted into the band creating the illusion that the hair is growing directly from the scalp. This innovative technology ensures that shiny, smooth and natural-looking extensions with the proper growth direction are created. The result is a seamless, luxurious, fuller head of hair for all guests alike. Original Plus Extensions are available in 12 piece packs and are best used with Partial Packs. 25/8R Original Plus is offered in these lengths: 10”-12”, 14”-16”, 18”-20”.

For more information, visit www.hairtalkusa.com. Plus, visit their social media channels below!

Instagram: @hairtalkusa 
Facebook: @hairtalkusa
Twitter: @hairtalkusa

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