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We Still Do Flawless Sew Ins!

Posted by haircandybeauty on December 9, 2017 at 4:05 PM Comments comments (4)

You are what you eat!

Posted by haircandybeauty on August 12, 2013 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (1)

 

You hair exhibits what you eat! That's right. Everything that you put into your body also affects the health and well being of your hair follicles. We all want to have healthy and shining hair. If you think your hair is a bit too dull or frizzy, then it's time you start taking extra care of them. Our hair requires as much pampering and care as our skin. According to experts, exercise and a proper diet are the two key components that can give y...

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Micro Links FAQs

Posted by haircandybeauty on April 25, 2013 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (3)

Q: What are Micro links?

A: Micro-Links Fusion hair extensions are individual Human Hair Extensions that gives you a very natural look like your own hair and can be worn with style versatility. The hair attachment process is painless and it requires no braiding, no bonding, no messy glue, and you will have no bulkiness when your extensions are complete. These extensions are attached to...

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Hair Candy FAQs

Posted by haircandybeauty on April 24, 2013 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (1)

Q: How much is your prices for sew ins?

A: Our sew-ins (partial or full) starts at $95.00, depending on the cut and style.

Q: What is the difference between a quick weave and a sew-in?

A: A sew in is a method of adding extensions to the hair by braiding the natural down a...

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Sew-In FAQs

Posted by haircandybeauty on April 24, 2013 at 1:20 PM Comments comments (1)

Q: What is a sew in?

A: A sew in is a method of adding extensions to the hair without the messy glue. There are two types of sew ins available; a partial sew in, and a full sew in. With the full sew in weave all of the scalp hair is braided. The entire head is covered with the extension and a closure is used to finish and cover the extension weft. Full sew in weaves are great for those tha...

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Keratin Treatments

Posted by haircandybeauty on November 13, 2012 at 10:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Lately i have been correcting hair that has been damaged from keratin treatments. Please do your research before you decide to let someone put this chemical in your hair because it is damaging. I promote healthy hair therefore i do not provide this service in my salon. Here is a great read to inform you on keratin treatments and chemicals to avoid to try and straighten your hair. If you are natural the most natural way to straighten your hair is flat iron it with a silkening which is done wit...

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