Unbeweavable Sale On My Donna Bella Hair Extensions

Fuller Hair Without TumbleWeaves, On-going Maintenance or the Dreaded Medusa Do

The only thing I loath more than under eye wrinkles, is paper-thin hair. Either cut that shit, or stock up on Donna Bella hair extensions during the Black Friday 4 Day Sales Event!

I ONLY rock Donna Bella kera-link hair extensions. And I’ve tried them all.

Great Lengths Hair Extensions, So.Cap, Vision, Lord and Cliff, Vision, West Coast Hair, His and Hers Hair, Celebrity Extensions, D’Vine Lengths, Hairdreams, Cinderella Hair, Micro-Cylinder, Basic Links, Klix, Clip-Ins… you name it, I’ve tried it!

Donna Bella never leaves me with tumbleweaves, slippage (if installed correctly), broken down bonds, shedding or matted glue and/or hair. I buy 8-11 packs of Donna Bella’s kera-link hair strand-by-strand fusion extensions in either the 22″ or 18″.

Donna Bella Black Friday Sales Event Details

Check out Donna Bella’s site for more information.  Donna Bella is offering a ton of perks, which vary day-to-day.

Friday, November 28th, all professional hair extensions will be 15% off. Clip-ins will be 50% off.  In addition, you receive money back in the form of a gift card.

Donna Bella Black Friday Sales Event

Cyber Monday offers a spin at the wheel for an additional percentage off.

Vanessa’s Hair Extension Guide

Hair extensions before/afterThe Rundown
Finding the right extension method will depend on budget, preference, and hair type. While fusion and tape-in extensions can be used on just about any hair texture, weaves are best suited for curly, kinky hair. I think links are best suited for coarse hair as well; I had to run around with a pair of tightening pliers in my handbag when I tried links.

Fusion extensions tend to be the most expensive ($500 to $4,000) and have the most time-consuming application process (up to three hours); they also last the longest (three to four months). By purchasing directly from Donna Bella, I end up spending $600-$700 every 17 weeks.

The tape-in application process is much faster (about an hour) and more affordable, but requires more frequent maintenance (every six to eight weeks).

Laura Kemezis and Joanna Calhoun-Shaver at Complete Beauty in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan install all different types for unbeatable prices.

Human Versus Synthetic Hair
When it comes to purchasing hair, you get what you pay for. Price will vary greatly based on quality of the hair, as well as the desired quantity (for thickness) and length. Synthetic hair is much cheaper ($50 to $100) but won’t blend or style the way human hair does. I only buy human. I dye and heat style my extensions.

How to Cut and Style
Good extensions should be entirely undetectable—blending your natural hair with the extension is critical. The best way to do this? A great cut. After the extensions are in, your hair should be cut DRY, with layers that blend the two hair types. You can color extensions darker (no bleaching!), but it’s best to choose a shade close to your natural color to avoid over processing. Or you can mix and match various shades for a more natural-looking blend. Julie Miklush at Bashar Salon in Somerset Collection in Troy gives THE BEST cut.  THE BEST.  

Removal
Removal is more difficult than extensions with easily broken down bonds. I can remove a head of Lord and Cliff fusion extensions in 30 minutes. It takes me hours to remove a full head of Donna Bella.

When it’s time to remove my Donna Bella fusion extensions, to ensure the least amount of damage possible, I do it myself at home. No one is going to be as gentle with your hair as you will be. I use the highest percentage of rubbing alcohol I can get my hands on, squirt the alcohol directly onto the bond and crack the bond with needle nose pliers. Then I simply pull the extension out.

Repeat 80-110 times.

The Damage
Putting additional stress on your hair will result in some damage, regardless of the type of extension you choose. Placement is also essential. Extensions should be placed where hair is strongest. Try to avoid areas along the hairline, where hair is the most fragile. Also, do removal yourself, at-home, when you have plenty of time.

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