Making your own pre bonded

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dolled up

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Hi geeks! been having abit of trouble with my current hair extension supplier, not very happy with the hair so i want to make my own. I have been going to a hair shop for the past 6 years and glueing them in in strips (bad i know but ive stopped now!) and the hair is so much better quality and seriously lasts for months on end without special aftercare etc... I wouldnt mind pre bonding them myself with the clamp and glue pot im just worried cos i wont have the back up as i will with a supplier, so does anyone on here make their own from weft hair? And what aftercare do you use/advise with them? frankly im not impressed by Lush us aftercare. doesnt really smell nice and it doesnt seem to condition the hair enough ( even the revitaliser) so wouldnt know what to use, maybe balmain? Thanks in advance, Amy xx
 

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anyone? :/
 

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I cannot comment on a personal experience with the product as I offer my own branded aftercare but I have heard good reports about the X10 range for extension aftercare... hopefully somebody else who has used them can help further.

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I've been thinking about this too. I'm just not sure I'd have the time/enjoy the prebonding with having my 18 month old, I think I'd rather make less profit n more time with her. Have you looked at options for products? I got samples of their hair extension ones and I really liked them. I believe it's quite a small set up fee too somethin like 12 or 16 items is under £100 so you could easily retail

Good luck if you decide to go for it yourself :) xx
 

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