It's all about the Virgin Pervuvian blow dry!July 07, 2014
So a few months ago I got my very first virgin Peruvian hair extensions (see my review here). For a lot of reasons, I wasn't pleased with the hair quality or colour so I decided to try a second time with a new hair retailer and a darker colour. Yet again the hairdressers at Clown and Glory salon did a good job, but once I'm out of the salon on the first day, I'm never pleased with how it looks when I do it myself.
I can't tell you the amount of YouTube videos, hair products and gels I'm piling up to get my hair to look the way I want and I know they say practice makes perfect but I was starting to get frustrated.
I decided I'd attempt getting it professionally washed and blow dried to see if I can learn from a stylist how to get the waves and curls I prefer. Turns out it's a skill I could never re-create but at least I have found a Brighton based hairdresser that can make my hair look good even for a day!
Wash Cut and blow dry done at Forde Hair Salon by hairstylist Robyn
Unfortunately, this will last for a day. In fact by the time I wake up tomorrow, this look will be completely gone which is why I need to blog about it straight away. If only I could afford a wash and blow dry everyday :-(. I least I know where to go if I want my hair to look good for a special occasion or night out. Good bye luscious hair, I'll miss you
The day I got my extensions put in
Hair installed at Crown and Glory hair salon | My hair is Virgin Peruvian body wave, 18, 20, 22 inches and 14 inch lace closure all from eBay Seller Kefesworld (highly recommended, great quality 5A hair)