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Great Lengths Hair Extensions

Do You Envy thick or long hair? Great Lengths hair extensions use human hair

I recommend and use Great Lengths brand hair extensions.

Great Lengths uses the best human hair in the world, has an exclusive de-pigmentation process and state of the art application technology. Great Lengths is the number one extension system in the world. Check out these before and after photos or ways to add a dash of color.

Great Lengths’ Philosophy

Great Lengths’ philosophy is to remedy the lack of thick hair in a way which is as simple as dyeing it if you want to change its color. Considering the fact that people who do not have a lot of hair generally have very fine hair at the same time, the Great Lengths’ programme offers various thicknesses of natural hair strands for attaching to fine hair which can be attached in a practically invisible way.

Great Lengths utilizes 100% human hair of the best quality. This is Indian silky hair and in virgin condition. Genetically, Indian hair is very similar to Caucasian hair in its basic structure. It is of extraordinary quality since it has never been exposed to harsh chemical treatments and is optimal for the manufacturing of hair extensions.

Great Lengths De-Pigmentation Process

The color molecules are actually removed rather than bleached. Their system of de-pigmentation does not damage the hair and permits the removal of the black pigment without altering the quality of the hair.

GL Keratin

The method of bonding patented by Great Lengths is of the highest technology. The keratin is a polymer compound whose molecular structure is very similar to that of human hair and respects its same properties and alterations.

When wet, hair expands and when dry it contracts back to its natural state. Our keratin moves and behaves like your own hair, ensuring a gentle yet strong hold without damage.

Their keratin has been designed so that it is compatible with elements such as heat, water and sunlight.

Other Synthetic Polymers

Unlike our keratin, other polymers do not behave like human hair. This means that the
bond will soon deteriorate and hair will start to fall out.

The Process

Of course, you may wonder how I attach Great Lengths strands to your own hair. While others use techniques such as welding, waxing, gluing or knotting, which strain and very often damage your hair to a high degree.

Great Lengths is based on a much more gentle principle: modulating. They have created an extremely high-tech method of bonding between the Great Lengths strand and your own hair. This point of attachment is composed of polymer chains whose molecular structure is very similar to that of human hair. It is activated by the Great Lengths applicator and bonds the Great Lengths strand with your own hair in this way. It can, however, be easily removed. Most important of all: your own hair is not damaged. This patented attachment of Great Lengths to your own hair offers you perfect freedom in organizing your leisure time and in your freedom of action but in no way compromises the quality of your own hair!

  1. The first step is the consultation. Together we’ll decide the look you want to achieve and the right color of hair and quantities are chosen.
  2. At approximately 1.5 cm distance from the scalp, the single strands are applied one by one.
  3. Rows of strands are applied in order to achieve the desired result.
  4. The bonding has an outstanding duration but can be removed whenever you wish.
  5. Our patented polymer is a highly technological compound of molecules whose structure is similar to that of human hair, thus resulting in absolute compatibility with your own hair.

Angela is available for appointments

MY SALON Suite
1152 S. Colorado Boulevard, Suite 103
Glendale, Colorado 80246

720.296.6544

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