If you’re currently providing hair extension services, or if you’re considering adding extensions to your menu, there should be specific “musts” on your list. So it’s important to do your homework. Liz Arrindell, owner of Luscious & Co Beauty, @lusciousandco, in Shelton, CT. “Twenty four percent of our business is extensions,” says Liz Arrindell, owner of Luscious & Co Beauty, @lusciousandco, in Shelton, CT. “We scoured the industry looking for a healthy, bonded method of hair extensions.” Drea Jaclyn, co-owner of Bomane Salon, @bomanesalon, in Beverly Hills concurs. “I’ve had access to every extension brand on the market,” she says. “I work with celebrities and high-end clientele. I have to work with a company that lives up to my clients’ expectations.”
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