Rise of the Machine (weft hair)

European Weaving and the more recent LA Weave are using the weft to replace what will perhaps one day be seen as a time-consuming and old-fashioned way of doing things. I predict that the next generation will have little time for a six-hour hair bonding appointment. And if it can’t be booked quickly via an app, they probably won’t even know it exists.

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Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

And why should you care I hear you say? Well I have always liked this piece of history as it reminds us that it is possible to be triumphant, even when the odds are stacked against you. It’s no wonder this glorious date has taken on significance far wider than Mexico. You can find Cinco de Mayo celebrations all over the world.

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The Rise & Rise of European Weaving

“Oh my god! I never knew you could get this done for European hair”

Is something I hear time and time again from new clients who contact me, desperate to get away from bonds and micro ring hair extensions. A large percentage of my current client base have tried and tested many different methods, before finally embarking on finding someone who can competently sew hair in and see what all the fuss is about.

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What I consider beautiful and why it started with my hair

I can still remember the first time I saw my hair straight. It was an awakening and I had no words. It looked longer, healthier, shiner and I beamed with delight. How could I ever want anything else but this? Fast forward to 2016 and we find ourselves with a very different perspective. Beauty has changed, poker straight hair has been forgotten along with CD players and floppy disks. Now we look to people like Solange Knowles and her brushed out curls, Cara Delevingne for her long beach waves, even tight curls like Angela Bassett's are admired like never before.

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Faster Beauty for Mobile Hair Extensions

Much in the same way that mobile apps such as Uber have had phenomenal success, we are now looking at a fast beauty revolution that brings the salon home for the client’s convenience. And let’s face it, two or three hours in the beauty salon with an impatient 4-year-old is no fun for anyone.

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