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Natural Beaded Rows Ultimate Guide

Butter Blonde Hair Client Before and After NBR Hair Extensions Installed by Samantha at Veil Of Grace Salon

Natural Beaded Rows Ultimate Guide

My recent client Nicole took the time to  give you the most comprehensive guide to Natural Beaded Rows hair extensions I have ever seen.  No stranger to reviewing products on her blog, www.nicole-kelly.com, Kelly answers all the questions she has received since transforming her hair with NBR.  Check out what she had to say below.

 

What are NBR Extensions?
NBR stands for Natural Beaded Rows. Directly from the NBR website “The hair extensions are placed in rows in the hair by creating a “track” with an exclusive bead and string technique. Wefts are then placed on the track and sewn in.” There is absolutely no glue or heat used in this method so the damage to your natural hair is very minimal. “

What brand are your extensions?
Boyhme. Samantha uses Hand Tied Wefts. What is so great about these wefts are that they are super thin and can lay very flat to the head.

Are your extensions sewn in?
Yes, Hand Tied Wefts are meant to be sewn in. The technique that Samatha uses is called NBR Extensions where the wefts are added to your hair by beading and then hand-tying the wefts to your natural hair.

 

 

 

How much does it cost?
This is dependent on your hair goals and natural hair, how many rows you get, how much hair is used, the color you want, etc.

Can you workout / pull your hair up with these extensions?
Yes! All NBR clients will receive a take home care guide for their extensions. I pull my hair into a bun, ponytail, braids, etc all of the time! The way they tie them into your natural hair line and smudge the color makes it to where you can’t see the extensions when styling! I’m obsessed with mine in braids!  When styling, they don’t recommend that you pull the hair directly back in the direction that the rows are sewn in, either do a high or low pony tail.

 

Do they damage your hair?
I think when you do anything unnatural to your hair, it will damage it over time. This is the LEAST damaging technique for hair extensions, and I have seen very little damage to my hair. The key is to take care of your extensions properly. All care details will be in your take home NBR hair care guide.

What is the upkeep like? Are they hard to wash? How often do you wash?
The upkeep isn’t as bad as I thought it might be! A lot of it depends on how may rows and wefts you have installed. They seemed a bit heavy at first until my head got used to them. It obviously takes way more time to dry them than it does without extensions, but then I only wash my hair once a week! Who doesn’t love a good dry shampoo!? I have found it easiest to let the hair air dry about 80% and then blow-dry and style.

How long does it take to get in and out?
First time clients who are receiving custom color on their own hair, having the extensions colored and installed all in the same day can expect to spend 4 – 5 hours in the salon. If you are just coming back for your bump up appointments (extension re-install only) this can be 1.5 – 2.5 hours.
The removal of the extensions can take as little as 5 minutes.

I hope you enjoyed this comprehensive guide to Natural Beaded Rows hair extensions.  A special thank you to Nicole for taking the time to provide this wonderful information.  If you would like to read more from Nicole, check out her blog at www.nicole-kelly.com.  To get started on your Natural Beaded Rows Extensions fill out the link below. Samantha, Veil Of Grace salon owner and certified NBR hair extension specialist, can’t wait to meet you and give you the hair of your dreams!

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