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Darcie’s hair is shoulder length and she really wants long hair. The problem is that Darcie’s hair grows painfully slow. Since she’s my girl, and a stylist at Studio 229 in Seattle, we added extensions for length. Here is a photo of Darcie before we added the extensions:

Darcie before extensions

Because Darcie’s hair grows slow she only has to move her extensions “up” every eight weeks. She wears I-tip extensions which tend to be less damaging then tape-in extensions. In the eight weeks that she wears the extensions her hair grows about half an inch. Since her hair is a little below the shoulder, it will take her awhile to grow out her hair. Approximately, 18 months just to get her hair below the clavicle. Darcie says “I’ve never had hair this long or thick before, I love it!”

Here is what Darcie’s hair looks like today, after her first move up:

Here is another photo from the back
And of course on from the front:
Darcie no longer has to wait for her hair to grow out. Adding extensions for length is a great way to get instant satisfaction. When Darcie’s hair gets the length that she desires she can remove the extensions completely or keep a couple for fullness. It’s totally up to her. Since Studio 229 does not charge a markup on the hair, and uses only the best quality babe (https://babehairextensions.com/?gclid=CjwKCAiAtej9BRAvEiwA0UAWXjeggZoMlGxEjroDfPrisAF9uUXJutXrooaWKSz2hSJUfp96MuXoxRoCsXUQAvD_BwE) hair extensions and charges no markup extensions can actually be somewhat affordable as a way to grow out your hair effortlessly.

Updates coming when Darcie either removes her extensions because her hair is long or just wears a few for fullness. In the meantime stay posted as Studio 229 hair salon and spa has exciting news coming next week!!!

https://studio229.com/hair-extensions/

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Deanna epitomizes hard work, energy, integrity. She is a Seattle native who grew up beside a mother who was a real estate agent. She studied English at the University of Washington and then received a Master’s degree in Business. She lives in Sammamish Washington, has two sons and six grandchildren. She is passionate about promoting a sense of positive community and economic growth in our neighborhoods. With an encouraging an amazing group of family and friends, Deanna epitomizes hard work, energy, integrity

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