There is just something so un-cute about a woman that talks with a baby voice.
I am tired of extentions; everyone has the same hair do. I love Juliann Hough's new shorter cut. She stands out in a crowd because of this. Of course she is beautiful too!
I have thought that extensions would help thicken my hair, but I have never found a hairstylist who installs them. I have gone to the same guy for many years and he's at a upscale salon in a large city, but they don't deal with them. Is that usual? I don't know of anyone personally that I can ask about it.
Is the worth the cost and time? I have also been afraid that they would damage the existing hair and cause it to thin out. Does it?
How can you tell if Patti or someone has extensions, unless they tell you. Sometimes it's quite obvious, but other times, I can't tell.
Years ago, when I lost a ridiculous amount of hair due to stress (alopecia areata), I asked a stylist about extensions, and he said that extensions are not used when your hair is falling out. I almost burst into tears but the more I thuoght about it, the more sense it made. I'm just glad that he didn't just do what I wanted him to do. It's not advisable to add more trauma and stress to a scalp already under attack. I eventually went to a full wig.........before wigs were "in".
While extensions will give the illusion of thickness, they will not make your hair thick. Illusions can be good!
Not all with short hair are necessarily sporting their own locks. Weaves can be applied to any number of hairstyles like short shag cuts as well.
And with weaves, I tend to think that you really do get what you pay for; the quality of the installation and the quality and experience and demand for the "weave-ologist" doing the work. Weaves that are obvious are usually of lower quality work/product.