What to Expect

Booking an Extension Consultation

A consultation for hair extensions is crucial as it enables us to evaluate your hair type, texture, and condition to suggest the most suitable extension method for you. During this consultation, the stylist can also go over the different extension choices, colors lengths, textures, their maintenance needs, pricing, and any possible risks, all to ensure a fantastic outcome!



Hand-tied weft hair extensions are extensions that use strands of hair that have been manually sewn onto a weft by hand. The end result is a thinner lining which helps achieve a more natural-looking appearance on the head. May not be ideal for those who already have thick hair and are looking to add more length.

With the proper care and maintenance, hand-tied wefts can last anywhere from four months to upto a year.


Tailored extensions are the ultimate in luxury and customization for your hair. They are exceptional durable and flexible which ensures a long-lasting, comfortable fit. These can be ordered in a weft perfect for your head size

With the proper care and maintenance tailored wefts can last anywhere from four months to a year.


Tape-in extensions are wefts, rather than individual strands, that use an adhesive tape to attach the extensions to the head. They’re typically preferred for their shorter installation time and flat, seamless appearance. Tape-ins are particularly advantageous for thinner hair, especially when you use single-sided tape.

With the proper care and maintenance, tape-in extensions can be reapplied up to four times and the hair can last from 8 months to a year.

First Time Extension Clients


What is the process like?

How often do you need to come back?

Sew-in extensions need to be adjusted every 4-6 weeks as your hair grows. The frequency may vary based on the attachment method. Certain methods might need a "mini move up" every 2-4 weeks, where the stylist readjusts the beads closer to the scalp.

Tape-in extensions require applying them approximately 1/4 inch away from the roots initially. On average, they should be removed and reapplied every 6-12 weeks.