How long after Great Lengths extensions can you wash your hair?
IMPORTANT: Don’t wash your hair until 2 days (48 hours) after your extensions are attached. When you sleep at night, either loosely braid your hair, pull it back, or put it up on top of your head with a soft scrunchie. Brush your hair every day. Use a brush with stiff enough bristles to make it through the hair.
Do Great Lengths extensions damage hair?
THE SHORT ANSWER IS NO, GREAT LENGTHS WILL NOT DAMAGE YOUR HAIR, WHEN APPLIED CORRECTLY BY AN EXPERTLY TRAINED PROFESSIONAL. Our unique bond is designed to mimic the structure of your natural hair. It is lightweight and flexible, allowing the extensions to work in harmony with your natural hair, never against it.
Can you reuse Great Lengths hair extensions?
THE SHORT ANSWER: Great Lengths pre-bonded extensions can last 4-6 months. GL Tapes can last 4-8 weeks. Upon removal, they can be re-used.
How much are Great Lengths hair extensions?
Prices for Great Lengths Hair Extensions normally start at $1000 and go up depending on length and desired volume. For the most accurate answer, based upon the state of your natural hair and desired result, schedule a FREE 30-Minute consultation with Glo Extensions’ Great Lengths Certified Stylists.
Can you swim with Great Lengths hair extensions?
Yes, Great Lengths hair extensions suit most lifestyles, however, we recommend to avoid daily or frequently repeated swimming, particularly in seawater and chlorinated water, and excessive sauna and steam room use, as these activities may affect the lifespan of your GL Pre-bonded or GL Tapes.
How much does it cost to get hair extensions put in professionally?
On average, hair extensions cost between $100 and $1,000.
Expect to pay $100 to $500 to do it yourself, and $200 to $1,000 (or more) if you visit a salon. Prices also vary by salon and stylist. The type of hair extensions you get affects the overall price you’ll pay.
Can you brush hair extensions when wet?
To brush their hair with tape-ins, your client’s hair should be completely dry. Hair is the weakest when it’s wet. So, pulling on it or pulling a brush through it when it’s wet can do a lot of damage. It might be helpful for your client to use a wide toothed comb to brush their hair.