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New Curly Restock and A Black Friday Deal You Can’t Pass Up!

New Curly Restock and A Black Friday Deal You Can’t Pass Up!

I have two exciting announcements for you...first, the 22" curly hair restock keeps coming! In addition to our 22" curly restock from last week, we now also have: #1B The Meaghan #2 The Nikki #3 The Bella #4 The Jackie #4/30 The Angelina #6 The Jessica And starting...

2023 One-On-One Class Dates with a 2nd Day Option!

2023 One-On-One Class Dates with a 2nd Day Option!

I am so excited to announce that I have locked down my one-on-one training dates for 2023! This is the perfect opportunity for you to learn everything you need to know about working with curly extensions. 3-4 weeks prior to our training session we will have a call so...

Brushing Through Textured Extensions 101

Brushing Through Textured Extensions 101

Did you know brushing curly is different from straight hair extensions? Two common mishaps with textured hair extensions is not getting all of the tangles out (by brushing over the row and not through it) and believing that a wet brush will work to get the job done....

Curly Extensions 101

So we have discussed how much hair you need with curly vs straight and placement for curly. Now let’s talk about stitching. Stitching? Yes, stitching. Why would stitching be important? It’s a stitch. It’s not just a stitch. It's the foundation of your install. The...

For Curls Like This

In order to get the perfect curl (that will last for days) you need the perfect combination of styling technique and products. WATCH THE VIDEO It all starts with properly detangling the natural hair and extensions. Next, you need to use a technique to create...

Curly Extensions 101, Placement

Most extension install methods are designed for fine, thin straight hair. Most methods tell you to place wefts about 1 1/2” back from the hairline. A lot of methods teach you to dip the back into a deep teardrop. Some methods teach you to place a weft at the nape....

Can Naturally Curly Extensions Be Blown Out?

We are asked, “Can I blow out my naturally curly extensions? Will the curl return?” The answer is YES! Our hair is 100% natural in any texture that you choose. Just like natural hair it can be blown out straight and can be curled with a hot tool. But things to know...

It’s All About the Braids

Ok so let’s be real here… As extension artists we tell our clients all the time, “if you are going in the water your hair needs to be in braids.” We pray our clients listen and that’s that. Until we get the text message and they are in another country flipping out...

New Policy For Care and Styling Videos

I talk about the differences in Adored Signature Hand Tied Hair a lot because it's so important for me that stylists understand the differences when working with textured hair. Because our hair extensions are Indian Remy Hair, double drawn, without silicone with the...

Curly or Straight?

As a curly girl, I am all about embracing the curls! And part of embracing them is knowing how to properly care and style the curly extensions. Today I wanted to share this lovely transformation with you. My client had experienced hair loss postpartum and needed a...

Face Your Fears and Grow Your Business

As a stylist and business owner I've learned that in order to succeed you have to learn to dance beautifully in the box you are most uncomfortable in. 10 yrs ago I would have never been posting photos of myself. 10 yrs ago I did not think I would own a hair salon much...

Avoid Making This Mistake

I talk about texture matching A LOT! But for good reason! It is just as important, if not even more than color matching! @catt_styless, salon owner of @brondeandmane, created such an amazing transformation matching her clients natural texture to the Adored Signature...

It’s All About Balance, or Is It?

We talk about it all the time around here and on social media. Work 3 days a week, live your dream life, oh, and don’t forget... keep your feed consistent take gorgeous photos be an editor and director for your videos know your numbers and don’t forget about your...

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