Halley’s Curls: Week 5 Update

Hey my hairnistas out there! I know many of you have been curious to know how my Halley's Curls are holding up right? Well. . . it is week 5 and I have to say that I am loving this hair better than the Saga Gold remy and the sensational goddess hair too! Why? Well the texture of the Halleys Curls Salon Relaxed Malaysian hair feels just like my natural relaxed hair! No joking!! Many people give me complements on this hair and think it is mine and when I tell them that this hair is sewn in people rush to touch and feel this hair.

 

 

 

Now, many of my subscribers from my youtube channel NHOP76 have been asking the following question on my Halleys Curls:

  1. Does the hair shed a lot?
  2. Does the hair tangle to the point it looks like a birds nest is growing on the back of my neck? lol
  3. Does it curl and style well?
  4. How often do I wash my hair?

To answer your questions:

  1. The hair shed very minimally to me. Just like our natural hair sheds this will shed too. I also think any weave will shed more when the hair is not washed and maintained properly.
  2. Tangling? Very little ot no tangles. I talked to many people that wear weaves and people who's hair is naturally long and their response to me when it comes to tangling is: tangling is normal because of the friction that is created while me constantly move our heads around throughout the day.
  3. The hair curls and style beautifully!! However, if you want the curls too last in humid conditions you will have to use styling products to hold the curls and remember to wash it out that night in order to avoid product build up and breakage of your natural hair and the extensions too.
  4. I wash my hair 1-2 times a week. It depends on how much product build up I have and how many workouts I have completed for the week. But weekly washing is a must.

Overall, this hair is wonderful!! I am enjoying the beautiful texture of the hair and how soft the hair feels when I style it. I am glad that I purchased it because I will be using this hair for the winter months for sure! In the month of December I think I will sport a waving style from Halleys Curls, so definitely stay tuned for that. In the meantime, I will be posting another video on how I care from my Halleys Curls in detail. Until next time have a great day!

 

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Hair Extensions: Halley’s Curls Review

Hey my hairnistas out there that love to have the weaves looking fierce! I recently came across HalleyCurls.com on youtube, through my obsessiveness of watching reviews and tutorials myself, I was personally looking for a new brand of hair extensions to try even though my Lord & Cliff Art Remi Hair lasted me so long I wanted to try another brand to see how it compares to the brands I have tried in the past.

Back on July 16th I decided to order my first Halleys Curls hair from Halleyscurls.com. The ordering process was easy and to my surprise my order arrived very quickly the following Monday! Wow, right!!

Here's my Order:

Halleys Curls

I was impressed with the packaging because it looked like the packaging you get from your local beauty supply store. It also came with the business cards along with my receipt and return policy. The hair that I ordered was the 12" & 14" Malaysian Salon Relaxed hair. The reason why I got this hair is due to the texture. The hair resembles the texture of relaxed African-American hair! I am not kidding it does!! So, before I got to excited I went ahead and started to prep my hair for my install. The recommend to do the follow be for installing the hair:

 

I have to say that I have never used these products because I thought that I was supposed to use products that are for "African American" hair, but according to my stylist I was wrong. The products are great because they will not agitate your cuticles and strip your hair of vital moisture it needs to retain. So I am going to used this product on my natural hair too. Why? Because the product smells fabulous and the hair did not have that dried out coarse texture after washing. So. . .Tasha LOVES Dove Damage Therapy Intensive Repair Line of products!! I even got my hair lady interested in it too.

The are the products I used By Dove:
 
Hair products

Hair Preparation & Drying:

Co Washing Halleys Curls

Dry time

I have to say that this was a process, but necessary to get the hair ready for install. After the hair dries you can seal the wefts on the hair with Aleene's hair glue to help minimize shedding. However, after talking with the Halleys Curls they assured me that I did not have to glue the wefts no longer because the wefts are sewn with such quality that the shedding is minimal without gluing the weft. So the next time around I will not glue the wefts because it took FOREVER, lol to do this task.

Anyway, I got my hair installed a few day later and I was soooo excited because I love the way the hair feels and I love my new style for this fall season!

My New Style:

My Hair Install

Back View

I love this new style!! I am feeling a bit Kim Kardashian with the dark curly locks, but I will gets used it. I am just so used to my 1b30 hair color I wore this entire spring and summer. Many have been commenting on my Youtube channel do have a frontal installed or a closure? The answer to that question is no! My stylist left my hair out on top by the part section of my style and blended in my hair with the extensions, pretty cool, huh? I honest don't like wearing closures because I feel so hot and my scalp needs to breath.

All in all, I love this new hair! I have been wearing this hair for a week and not tangles or extreme shedding at all! If you looking for something like this for your next install definitely check out Halleyscurls.com! I think they are still having they sale that end July 31st!! Anyway, if you would like to see my video review click on the video below. I also have a playlist on my Youtube channel called Hair extension and Hair Care. There you will see products I use on my hair and styling tools I am loving for the moment.

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