Fresh Tip #101: How to best treat your hair extensions

February 27, 2017

Picture this – your long hair is weighing you down, so you decide to take the almighty chop for a drastic change. You love it for a week, and then you see photos of yourself with your long luscious locks and all you do is internally sob and ask yourself why on earth you got rid of your hair in the first place?!


Luckily enough for you, Fresh have now introduced the Remy hair extensions across all salon locations in Adelaide and the Gold Coast! These extensions are 100% European hair and are currently the highest quality extensions on the Australian market. They are undetectable, comfortable, and will last 6-12 months if cared for correctly.


So to assist you with your instant transition from short to long hair, here are the things you should consider before, during and after your extension application!




1. Colour matching

The last thing you want to do is make it obvious to people that your long hair isn’t actually your own. The closer the colour of the extensions are to your natural hair, the better the result will be to achieve a natural-looking full head of hair.


2. Caring for your extensions

Whether you’ve just been swimming at the beach or in the pool, or generally looking after them to make sure they last for the indicated time period, it is absolutely VITAL that you take the correct steps to ensuring that your hair extensions will live to their expected expiration date. Your Fresh stylist will give you the low down on the ultimate do’s and don’ts with your extensions – alternatively, this site will give you easy step-by-step instructions if you’re ever in doubt:


3. Work it, girl!

It’s amazing what a bit of time and money can do to get your locks back – flaunt it and enjoy!




Head to our website to fill out a compulsory consultation form and our senior stylists will take care of the rest – you’ll have long luscious locks in no time!


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