I want hair extensions again - help please??

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  1. Lottie-kins

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    Hi,

    I had hair exytensions for my wedding, but took them out in March, but I'm really missing them. I feel like Samson did when Delilah cut off his locks. I feel so frumpy!!

    The thing is they cost £450 as they were beautiful high quality hair and the stylist was v v good (but high end), she matched my hair colour perfectly and no one (even people with extensions) knew that I had them unless I told them. There is no way that I can afford that every 3 months, it really was a one-off cost, but I really want them back.

    Does anyone know anyone that does them at a signifcantly cheaper cost, but of really good quality? You see, I've been spoiled. There are some people that I know that have them and I can really tell, they look quite cheap.

    I'm in the Midlands, but I'd certainly travel to make myself feel good again!!!
     
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  3. Mich

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    Ask Karen (Nail Lady) hun, she's always having extensions taken in and out......
     
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    i had DOME extensions a few years back they were brillinat. not one came out, they lasted ages. the colour match was absolutly perfect. is there a dome specialist near you?
     
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    or what about Raccoon?
     
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    Thanks Jo, I've never heard of dome or raccoon, but will look out for. Did lots of research yesterday and theres a few options, but all a bit far away from home unfortunately.
     
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    there should be quite a few salons to chose from if youre near Brum
     
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    Spooky, how did you know that ??? Heres me thinking I'm being illusive putting 'england' as my location, PMSL
     
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    this gives it away :)
     
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    PMSL...doh!!!
     
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    Ive always used the glue in ones, the ones that come in one long line and you cut into strips then glue in yourself, If done right you shouldn't be able to see them.
    i had these and no one ever could tell they were extensions plus there easy to remove and only about £30 a go
     
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    Thanks hun x
     
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    How would you tone them in? sounds a bit stripey.
    Would suit Cruella de ville i suppose
     
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