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Bliss Boise

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Beaded Weft Extensions

I am happy to offer a new installation method to clients, beaded weft.If you are looking to add a lot of hair in minimal time with minimal maintenance this could be the method for you.

Beaded weft uses the same high quality Remy hair that every installation client demands. A weft of hair or a track of hair is the original method of hair extension installation. We are talking old school installation. In the 80's and 90's black women and eventually white women had horizontal rows of braids done in the back of their head. The weft or track of hair was then sewn to the braided row. The problem with the traditional method of installation is that the braid put unnecessary pressure on the scalp. The weight of the weft also put additional stress on the scalp. Additional problems, the braids had to be redone with every install and the thread used to sew the weft to the braid would often break.  Fast forward to 2017 and we have a new method of installation the Beaded Weft. With the new method the weft is temporarily clipped to the clients hair, a small section of hair is taken from above and below the weft and placed into the bead. The bead is placed up close the scalp, then crimped. Once all the beads are placed around the length of the weft, the temporary clips are removed. Typically there are between 2-4 rows of weft installed. See the video below for a more detailed explanation of the process. 

Beaded Weft Advantages: 

  • Large amount of hair for minimal price
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Super quick maintenance
  • No glue, tape, or braids
  • High quality hair in any color, texture or length

Pricing: This will vary based on the length, texture and color desired. On average the price is between $350-600. 

Maintenance: Beaded Weft Extensions have a huge advantage when it comes to maintenance. The appointment can be as quick as 30 minutes. The bead is simply un-crimped and slid up, then re-crimped. Occasionally a bead will have to be replaced. 

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