Friday, February 28, 2014

Friday Favourites! Attention Ladies With Hair Extensions!


Hi Loves,

DRUMB ROLL PLEASE!!
The Macbook has returned! I am so glad because now i can post, post and post with no struggles! 

In my previous post Blog Series i outlined everything i would be sharing on what days. I hope you enjoy all of the series enough for me to make it the regular way i post in the future. I would love and appreciate feedback and suggestions and if your new to my blog link me below so i can check you out and follow!

So its Friday Favourites and today i would like to give you my review on the Lady Jane - Loop Brush which you can purchase here and also on Ebay and Amazon! 


I currently have Micro-bead extensions (see photo below) They are tiny little beads with hair strands attached that are put individually onto the real strands of your hair. Yes it sounds horrible and it takes an hour or two depending on the hair dresser lol but they are sooo worth it! They are thick, they don't fall out or malt and over the five months i have had them they haven't lost there consistency, colour or become ratty. 

But.... (There is always a catch with beauty)
To maintain hair extensions you have to use a special brush, a normal hard or soft bristle brush will make them fall out bit by bit, a girlfriend of mine did a course on how to apply these and she found out the secret is a LOOP BRUSH.

Why? The bristles are more flexible and not likely to get caught in the tangles or chunks of hair were the extension is attached and pull on it (ooooouch! if you have had extensions you know this pain!) It doesn't seem like much but it is a life saver, my hair still looks brand new! It might seem boring too most but i  wish someone had told me about it along time ago. It would of saved me ALOTTT of money repairing, replacing and adding extra hair! 

This is a photo of my hair after five months. I owe it all too the loop brush!


Dani xo

8 comments:

  1. giiiiiiirrl, I wish you had posted about this when I actually had hair extensions! Mine were sewn in, but they got so ratty after about a month and I had to get them taken out! Atm I have super long hair, do you think this would work on that? Cause it seriously gets tangled all the time!

    Bek
    confessionsofamake-upaddict.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. babe if only i blogged 5 months ago if not early, my experience with hair extensions is not normal, i know about ratty alright hahaha! Yeah i think it will work darl my sister has long ass hair and she's always stealing the brush haha! Its only $11 so you can go wrong if it heaps the tangles!

      Delete
  2. I've been looking for a good brush!thanks for the post!I'd love to keep in touch,follow back?
    xoxo,
    Rachel
    chicglamstyle.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. No problem love! Its a great brush! On another note umm your blog is AMAZING!!!
      Following on google connect and twitter, i can't seem to open your blogger link though :(

      Delete
  3. Wonderful post...I like your blog.^^
    Maybe follow each other on bloglovin?
    Let me know follow you then back.
    Lovely greets Nessa

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. i loveeeeeee your blog!
      I followed you on bloglovin and google followers babe xx

      Delete
  4. Thank you so much for the follow and your lovely words, means a lot to me.
    Follow you back on bloglovin.
    Btw,I'm also on Instagram,maybe you like my account?
    Lovely greets from germany and keep in touch. ;-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. ofcourse! Laceandlovexo is now folioing you on instagram!

      Delete