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Hair Style Trends for Spring

Spring Fling

Get ready to ride the waves with trendy tresses that will get you in the mix of spring.

Color Code

Spring in the season with bold luscious hues of vibrant streaky red, purple or even electric pink. Play up stands with temporary hair color

Bobbed and Hued

Put a spin on the traditional bob by warming up strands with lighter hues of rich browns. Apply Wella Professionals Color Preserve Seal & Shine Drops to add luster.

Short and Sweet

Curls are always fun in full bloom. Get these soft, flowy strands by curling the hair and using a large I/M Nylon Paddle Brush to loosen the curls and smooth the hair into bouncy waves.

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5 Quick Tips- How to Protect Your Hair Weave While Working Out

If you are a woman who wonders how to maintain your natural hair extensions, while staying fit and healthy, this post is for you!

Most of  our Ms O Salon clients have routine workout regimens in which their hair becomes moist and extremely sweaty, which can cause mold to grow on your scalp, and cause breakage of your REAL hair, once you remove your hair extensions.  For those who are wearing their real hair already, the solution seems relatively simple- wash your hair after each workout, but those of us who wear protective hair extensions know.. it’s not exactly that simple.

Here are a few tricks our Ms O Salon clients SWEAR BY, in order to maintain their flawless installations while caring for their tresses underneath:

1)  Purchase hair extensions that are going to compliment your lifestyle.

This is such a simple concept, but one that can save you a lot of time and aggravation.  Ms O Salon offers clients hair extension brands like Indique for installation that has several different hair patterns to choose from: Loose Wavy, Tight Wavy, Loose Curly and Tight Curly.  The benefit to having hair that is already wavy or curly, is that it will support the

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Ways to Wear Hair Extensions

Sew-In Weave by MS O SALON

There are many different ways to wear hair extensions, each has a different purpose and has advantages and disadvantages.  Many people think weaves are limited but with all of the various methods to install and wear extensions, they are anything but!  Here are the most popular methods of installing weaves:

Bonding:

Use of special rubber adhesive to attach wefts to your hair.  This used to be a common method of adding length, volume and/or color temporarily but the potentially damaging effects of the adhesive have made its use somewhat obsolete.  However, the more hair-friendly use of bonding is the quick weave method where the person’s real hair is wrapped and molded around their head, covered with a nylon cap then tracks are glued onto the cap.

Clip-In Extensions:

The more modern and less damaging alternative to bonding, clip-ins are wefts of different lengths that have wig clips attached which can be clipped into the hair.  The clips are removed easily and great for special occasions.

Sew In:

A person’s real hair is cornrowed and the wefted hair is attached to the braids using weaving thread.  This style can last up to 12 weeks with proper care and maintenance.  Another advantage is that the real hair is protected from styling, manipulation, and the environment which facilitates growth and length retention.  You can either braid all of your hair (full) or leave a section out to comb over the tracks to blend in with the extensions (partial).

Net Weave:

A variation of the sew-in weave, the net weave also involves braiding the real hair as a base and then a weaving cap or net is sewn to the perimeter braids.  Wefted hair is then sewn onto the net but not the real hair.  Net weaves have the same advantages as the sew in, but also place less tension and stress on the real hair and are much faster to remove since you only have to detach the perimeter.  The trade-off is that net weaves may be less secure than traditional sew ins but they can last anywhere from 8-10 weeks.

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