Like Beyoncé, Jessica Alba or Blake Lively, you can increase the length and body of your hair or restyle its color with one-hundred-percent natural hair extensions.
Strands, clips, weaves, hot fusion or cold fusion, human or synthetic hair
There are several types of hair extensions: strands, clips and weaves. The hair can be human or synthetic. Every alteration is possible: your hair can be longer, have more body, or an altered shade.
Great Lengths Extensions, clip extensions or tape hair extensions
Jenny and Paola’s philosophy is to offer hair treatments that are mindful of nature. That is why we selected hair extensions made in Italy with hair that comes exclusively from Indian women. European and Indian capillary fibers share the same basic structure, which ensures a perfect long-lasting wear. On a daily basis, the hair looks natural and is very easy to style, unlike synthetic strands. At the salon, you will be able to choose among three types of hair extensions. Great Lengths, the leader brand in the industry, provides us with extensions that are internationally famous among professional hairdressers. Following a cold-fusion method, ultrasounds are applied to a keratin bond and the extensions hold for 4 to 6 months. The extensions removal needs to be done at the salon and its price is included in the service. Tape hair extensions are faster to apply by cold-fusion technique and they are reusable, which is a great advantage. You just need to visit us every six weeks or so to have them applied again. Clips are another technique. You don’t even need to visit the salon; you can apply them by yourself for an instant transformation. It’s perfect for a party and still up to the Remy standards, which means that, during manufacturing, all hair strands were aligned in the same direction as they grew, tops at top and ends at end. This way the hair hardly gets tangled and remains brighter. Hair extensions can be added to natural or dyed hair, for example after an ammonia-free color (http://jennyetpaola.com/ammonia-free-color/) or clay-based highlights (http://jennyetpaola.com/clay-based-highlights/).