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Hair Extensions FAQs

How hard is it to look after?

After you have your hair extensions in place, you now need to come in every three months to have some TLC. As your hair grows out, some of the hair extensions may need to be removed and replaced or touched up.

What about my own hair?

Well first of all the London techniques are really kind to your own hair. On a day-to-day basis you can treat your human hair extensions as you would long hair. Brush, shampoo, condition and moisturize on a regular basis. But please check which products are recommended. You can also use hair dryers, flat irons, curling irons on our human hair extensions.

Where can I find real experts?

Our brilliant team includes award winning stylists and hair extension experts. Our skill is to make the extensions blend in flawlessly and completley invisibly to your own hair. Then our expert stylists can cut and colour your hair to create a really stunning natural effect.

How long will they last?

Once you have the weave in extensions you can keep them for up to three months without any further visits to us. The extensions can last for up to twelve months and require only one visit every three months to keep them looking beautiful

What method should I choose ?

We offer a variety of techniques, however we do not offer any system that involves the application of glue or resin to make the extensions adhere to your hair. This is because we believe that may cause damage to your hair. All of our long lasting methods are secure and invisible and require a minimum of maintenance. It's up to you. Some people prefer the new long life weave in method because of its long lasting properties. Some people prefer the micro bead method because it is so gentle. You're the boss!

What if I just want a quick change now and again?

We also offer fast and easy clip in extensions when you just want a fast and easy change of look that you can aply and remove yourself.

What's Special about the London Hair studio?

Remy hair is Indian hair with all its cuticles aligned in the same direction. The hair comes from hair tonsuring it is given freely to the Indan temple as an offering to the god.

The temple to which the girls belong can then benefit by selling the hair. The cuticle layer of the hair is therefore healthy and intact as Indian girls use natural methods to protect their hair unlike their western sisters . Indian hair is very similar in texture to soft European hair.