Archive for February, 2016

Growing Your Natural Hair With Extensions

Friday, February 5th, 2016

growing your hair with extensions

There’s a myth floating around out there somewhere that hair extensions are bad for the natural hair. Well we beg to differ. Hair extensions aren’t only safe, they are perfect in helping your hair grow. Yes extensions can damage the natural hair, but only when installed and removed incorrectly. Wearing extensions will not only force you to be gentle to your natural hair, it will also help with the awkward phase of growing out your pixie or bob cut.

Dutch braids. The BIGGEST trend in hair right now. This is the best way to give your hair a break from all the styling products and heat. Let your stylist know (before installation) that you would like to style your hair this way. He/she can place your Donna Bella Hair extensions where they will be easily hidden and give you the flexibility to accomplish the look. Once the hair extensions are placed, and before placing your hair in braids, try applying a small amount of argan oil first (stay away from applying to close to the hair extension connection) to help moisturize your natural hair for healthy growing hair.

Let your hair down. The best thing about hair extensions is that you don’t HAVE to do your hair. So even if you were to curl it one day, try revamping the same look with a loose curl or wave for second day hair. All you have to do is apply your favorite dry shampoo and you’re ready to go! Donna Bella Hair is only to be washed once a week (twice at the most) so you should also be saving time on washing and blow-drying your hair. Imagine what you could do with all that time instead…hmmm…

Fried ends. If you’re going through a traumatizing event such as over-processing your hair with color, you know how frustrating it is to watch your hair take forever to grow out— the breakage just won’t stop. Hair extensions will help hide those distressed ends until you get your hair healthy again. Depending on how fried your ends are, make sure your stylist trims a little bit off so they hide even better. If you’re wearing your hair in braids, they’ll hide the best. If you choose to wear your hair down, try to stay away from the “sleek straight” look. If your ends are super damaged, it will be a bit more difficult to hide through super straight hair.

It’s been a pleasure dolls, thanks for reading this week’s blog. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask! Drop them in the comment boxes below.