3 Reasons Why You Should Try Donna Bella's Kera-Link Hair Extensions

Lauren Salapatek | September 26, 2017 | 9:10 AM
The secret behind @fashionismyfortee's gorgeous, voluminous locks? 7 packs of #DonnaBellaHair Kera-Links!
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@fashionismyfortee's before picture before Donna Bella Hair's Kera-Link extensions.
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An underneath look at Donna Bella Hair's Kera-Link extensions.
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Applying Donna Bella Hair's Kera-Link extensions.
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Applying Donna Bella Hair's Kera-Link extensions.
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6 packs of custom colored 22” Kera-Link Extensions by @hairbyangelah.
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Why does your client need to try Donna Bella Hair’s Kera-Link Hair Extensions? Donna Bella stylists and clients love Kera-link because it’s trusted, natural and long-lasting. It is one of the oldest and most popular methods of professional hair extension attachments. You’ll also hear people call this the “Fusion” method or the “Glue-In” method (even though Donna Bella's method doesn’t use glue).

Here are the top three reasons why you should give them a try:

1- Movement: Each strand of Donna Bella’s Kera-Link (fusion) Hair Extensions is individually attached. That means you can wear your hair up or style it down, no problem.

2-Durability: The keratin bonds are made with the same keratin protein that your hair is made of, that means that these extensions hold until you are ready to remove them with keratin bond remover.

3-Variety: Kera-Links are Donna Bella’s oldest and most tried and true “est” method. They offer them in three lengths, three different textures and over 50 colors! See them all at

Donna Bella Kera-Link Extensions are made with 100% remy human hair and come in packs of 20 strands each. Every strand has a small, flat, square-shaped tip that holds all the individual hairs together. A strand is made of 1 gram of hair. A full head of Kera-Link hair is about 5 to 9 packs of hair.

Kera-Link hair can last for about three to six months. As you wear Kera-Link extensions, your hair will grow as it normally does, and that growth causes the bond and hair extension to move further and further away from the scalp. That’s why it’s important to get them moved up every 2-3 months, you can use the same extensions up to 3 times.

You can shop for Donna Bella Kera-Link hair by visiting


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