Sometimes it intrigues us to see our favorite celebrities,film stars and rock stars with a different hairstyle each time they hit the screen. One minute they have a cute pixie hairstyle and the next we see them on an award show with long cascades of beautiful curly hair. They so easily switch for man ombre wave to dense curls or sometimes to just a plain straight long hairstyle.
Have you ever wondered how they achieve the look? The answer is extensions! If you too want to experiment with this development that has swept the hair & beauty world, it’s very easy. Everyone can now have the luxury of hair because it’s affordable and convenient. With the aid of hair extensions, you can be a part of the glamorous which you see reflected on the cover pages of the fashion & celebrity magazines. Be it a wedding function, office party, engagement, birthday, prom or cocktail party, by wearing a head full of extensions, you can turn heads and quickly become the center of attention – with gorgeous flowing extensions you can even get that rock chick without effort!
But are you confused about which ones to get? – underneath are some popular hair types, read on to know more:
Brazilian Hair extensions
come from South America, principally Brazil & Peru, hence the name Brazilian extensions or weave. The natural shine, curl & body of Brazilian hair extensions make them extremely popular among Afro-American women. There are many companies which will sell you fake Brazilian hair but with a little bit of research and an eye for quality you can avoid being duped, it they seem too cheap or are offered at a bargain price then they’re almost certainly not Brazilian or Peruvian!
Chinese Hair extensions
Chinese hair extensions are thick, straight and with a slightly thicker or coarser texture than the Brazilians. Chinese hair can be easily integrated with the yaki texture of relaxed Afro- American hair so they have a great demand in the hair market for women of colour.
Indian Hair extensions
Indian hair are very popular extensions because they are so readily available. The texture of the Indian extension is more smooth, silky and shinier than Chinese hair extensions but tend not to be as thick as them. Mostly it is collected from the temples where it is donated as an offering and then sold to raise money for the religion. Virgin remy Indian extensions are more expensive because they are completely natural and not treated in any way. They have a slight wave from tip to root and can come in lengths of up to 36″.
Malaysian Hair extensions
Hair extensions from Malaysia are generally collected from the villages where Malaysian women sell it to the buyers, but it also comes from the Temples just like Indian Remy hair. The Malaysian hair are a fairly new addition to the extensions market and are more highly priced than the Indian or Chinese extensions. Malaysian hair are very soft, fine and shiny and are often integrated with fine hair like European hair.
With all types of hair you really get what you pay for and it is always worth the extra expense of buying only virgin Remy natural hair for your weaves, It will last longer, can be reused and can also be dyed to the exact shade you want without a problem. Natural virgin hair is generally off black or dark brown, if it is any other color it is probably not natural and has already been dyed.
So to sum up, to get that film star look buy the best virgin extensions that you can afford and it will actually save you money on the long run!
The Delta Generators in Concert
Saturday, May 6, 2017 $20 Members, $22 Non-Members(General tickets) The Delta Generators are excited to announce their new singer and harmonica player Brian Templeton (formerly of The Radio Kings.) The addition of Brian Templeton to the mix adds a fresh perspective to the bands music. Delta Generators formed in 2008 and have since won several awards including winning the Boston Blues Society Blues Challenge in 2008 and placing in the top ten at The International Blues Challenge in 2009. The band sees Rick ONeal on bass and his brother Charlie ONeal on guitar, joined by singer-harmonica player Brian Templeton and drummer Jeff Armstrong. Mixing elements of blues and Louisiana funk with '50s rock, the band are electrifying the New England music scene one show at a time. The bands fourth studio album Hipshakers & Heartbreakers was released in March of 2016 and is a foot-stomping collection of ten songs that are guaranteed to get you up and dancing. The songs each range from Roots Rock and Blues to Soul and Americana. The album was recorded at Woolly Mammoth Studio in Waltham, MA. David Minehan (guitar player for The Replacements and the Neighborhoods) recorded the album. It was mixed by multi Grammy Award winner Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton, Beck) at Sputnik Sound in Nashville, TN and mastered by multi Grammy Award winner Richard Dodd (Tom Petty, Keb Mo, Dixie Chicks). Hipshakers and Heartbreakers was completely fan-funded through the bands highly successful PledgeMusic campaign. In the last couple of years, the Delta Generators have shared the stage with such acts as Robert Cray, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Three Dog Night, Jimmie Vaughn, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Johnny Winter, Walter Trout, Popa Chubby, Bonerama, Candye Kane, Michael Burks, John Lee Hooker Jr. and Sonny Landreth, among others.