The butterfly goes through three very distinct stages in life. Halfway between cool caterpillar that’s about to grow wings and pretty butterfly that everyone loves, it becomes the cocoon that doesn’t get invited to parties. Save your hair from its own awkward in-between stage and save 50% on a full head of twenty inch Indian hair extensions from Celebs Choice for R3000.
Every now and then, most women experience the urge to give their Rapunzellish locks the chop and try the above-the-shoulder type of look for a while. Unfortunately, when the novelty has worn off or they decide long hair really did suit them better, growing back their traumatised tresses turn into a daily hassle with hairbands and hairspray to make their not-quite-right mane a bit more manageable. For those who like their locks lengthy, but don’t feel like going through the awkward in-between stage, the hair-extensions are the perfect way to cheat the system.
Made from Indian Remy hair, even the most keen-sighted would lose a game of spot-the-fake in your strands. The extensions can also be highlighted for free and gratis if you’re looking for a splash of colour to brighten up colour that’s flatter than the Vikings thought the Earth was.
With three different types of application methods, you don’t have to worry about having to hide everything but the tips under a hat; it’s not just the strands themselves that look more natural than rain in London. Choose from keratin-protein glue, supreme bonds or micro-beads – no matter which method you go for, you won’t have to worry about special shampoos or only using egg-yolks and olive oil to keep your tresses in tip-top shape. The application only takes between two and four hours and the extensions can last for years if you look after them.
Just like it says on the tin, the trendy Centurion Celebs Choice salon is the go-to of soapie superstars and sokkie singers, among others. With friendly, highly trained mane-manipulators and strand-sculptors to turn even the shaggiest shocks of short hair into long, luscious waterfalls of sleek strands, Celebs Choice is the ideal place to kick back and revamp your mane.
Lengthy Fact: Ally Strudenika was the first person in history to have electric hair-extensions. Using the fine cables found in the middle of polaroid cameras, she added twenty seven centimetres of red, green and blue strands to her hair.