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So satisfying !
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@niekesmets succes he poeppie😜😘
Thank you @behindthechair_com for sharing! 💜🙌🏻
I don’t see the “gone wrong” in the first picture, but I do see a few months of her extensions grown out then in the second pic there just redone🤔 hmm
@missashleyhair #bossbabe 😍
@missashleyhair Yay! Our pleasure!
@ninasmom6 I thought the same thing
I love Greatlengths! ❤️
It's just smoke and mirrors, the 'before' pic is unstyled hair / extensions and opened up to make the bonds look incorrect. However it just looks like they have grown out. The client without extensions has very fine hair and the amount 'Great' Lengths have applied is far too much for such hair type.. that will cause damage. The balance of extensions on the before looks ok. It's the trim and styling that is weak in that particular photo. Great lengths are a complete rip off and the hair isn't that great either. Not only this but they slice the hell out of a clients hair before Application. Imagine you change your mind (albeit at a very expensive decision) to have them removed in a week as you didn't like them. Your own hair is ruined. Not only this but when your hair extensions are removed! Horrible layers and thinly sliced ends. Not good for anyone's hair.
Toller Beitrag! 👍
They may not be wrong but that's how they look after 3/4 months on your hair that's for sure..
And one to right looks about a month grown out so if they fresh they aren't close enough to scalp to last full lifs
@ktkate this is all you!
Smoke and mirrors
Always such amazing work @missashleyhair. Extension genius 💗
The OCD in me loves the neat rows😍
Y'all that are hating on this do not have a trained eye for extensions- even at a month or more grow out the bonds, if applied properly, will be aligned as they grow out. Correct sectioning allows the bonds to grow in evenly and protects it from damage. Its imperative that sectioning and placement be even so that they grow down with the natural fall pattern ensuring minimal shedding. @missashleyhair is a brilliant extensionist and we should all be inspired by her beautiful work regardless of the brand. 👊🏽💗
@lyndsaymaderis you’re sweet! Thank you Lyndsay! 💋💋
@kelly.orf thank you Kel!
@tessbroeders OMG 🙄
@ninasmom6 thinking the same
@stacie_gcs I think this is the only time I’ve seen someone do extensions as good as you 😂
“LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE “😂😂😂
I want someone to do this for me