Calling all curly haired lovers! Luxury hair extension brand Great Lengths have everything you need to enhance your clients’ curls with a little help from their permed extension collection.
Perfect for enhancing naturally curly styles, the extensions come in the premium Pre-Bonded range and GL Tapes range and are ideal for adding volume, length or colour effects. Long-lasting and durable, the pre-bonded permed extensions can last up to five months of wear with GL Tapes permed hair lasting 6-8 weeks with the ability to re-tape 3 times.
Both are available in a variety of lengths to create full head, half head or filler services.
Get the look
Step 1: Spray the perm with water to soften the curls.
Step 2: Run through your hands, stretching out the curl, allowing the hair to drop.
Step 3: Cut the Great Lengths bonds down to half the size, matching the client’s hair density.
Step 4: Prep the hair with Great Lengths Clean Remover Shampoo, this will removing excess oils and any residue.
Step 5: Section the client’s hair ready for application. Take a ¼ inch by ¼ inch square section. Place the Protective Shield into the hair, lining up the top line with the horizontal section – this is your guide.
Step 6: Place the bond below the hair and fuse using the application arm, roll between fingers. Continue this to complete a full row.
Step 7: Continue this method working row by row up the head, alternating colours to create a seamless blended effect.
Step 8: Cut and blend the hair extensions with the client’s natural hair, leaving a texturised effect.
Step 9: Apply Great Lengths Hair Serum to the ends of the hair, leaving a beautiful, natural finish.
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