Women's Hair Extension 

Quick Weaves

Quick weaves are a hairstyle in which hair extensions are glued to a protective wig cap that is already being worn before bonding the hair to your head. Quick weaves were designed to be a faster method of installing weaves, cutting the installation time half.

 

Starting at $85

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Cornrow Braids

Cornrows or canerows are a traditional African style of braids in which the hair is braided very close to the scalp, using an underhand, upward motion to make a continuous, raised row.

Starting at $55

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Crochet Braids

Crochet braids, also known as latch hook braids, are techniques for braiding hair that involve crocheting synthetic hair extensions to a person's natural hair with a latch hook or crochet hook. While crochet braids are a hybrid of traditional braids, they're considered to be more similar to weaves.

Starting at $130

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Sew-In Extensions

Sew-in weaves are a process where your natural hair is braided down into cornrows.  Then a needle and thread are then used to sew down hair extensions onto the braids. With a sew-in, your natural hair is tucked away, so it requires very little upkeep. It also gives your natural hair a break from the damage of day-to-day styling (think: heating, brushing, and product buildup), so if you’re trying to grow out your hair, a sew-in is a great option.

Starting at $175

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Box Braids

Box braids are individual plaits that are usually divided by small squared off parts or boxes. Box braids may be of any width or length, but most women add synthetic or natural hair to the braid for length as well as thickness and fullness. The great thing about these braids is that because they are not attached to the scalp like cornrows are, they may be manipulated into several different styles. It may take a long time to complete the style, but the finished product is beautiful and lasts for months.

Starting at $260

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Micro Braids

Micro braids are tiny braids so small they often resemble thick strands of hair. As you might imagine, micro braids take hours to install and sometimes even longer to remove. The time spent is well worth it, though, because this look offers a level of versatility that not many other braid styles can. That’s because the braids are so thin they can often be treated and styled like your natural hair.

Starting at $360