Heat-Free Extensions for Naturals

 

This was new to me so I thought it might be new to you, Naturals.  This line is called Heat-Free Hair Movement.   It’s a Natural hair weave that blends in with your hair…your natural hair so no heat is required for blending.  This started in a Washington, DC Salon, N-ZO Hair Studio where they specialize in professional weaves and extensions.  It’s supposed to be 100% virgin hair in two textures:

  Kurly (3C/4A) and Kinky (4B/4C)


It sounds great for a protective style (they promote it as one) or just having fun with some different lengths.  They have 12″ to 24″ and starts out at $139.00 at 12″ a bag and adds $10 for each longer length.  So 12″ is $139.00, 14″ is $149.00 and so on.  I haven’t worn a weave in forever so I have NO idea if that’s a good price or not for 100% Virgin hair – that’s what they call it. 


So what do you think?  Any takers?  I would LOVE for someone to try it and give me the ins and outs so I can share on the blog.  


Just keeping us ALL in the know Naturals,

Sabrina

Follow:
Share:

Leave a Reply

6 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    January 18, 2013 / 3:20 am

    So am to add someone else's hair to my now natural hair?? Uh the hair I have come to love and bring back to life? Its not for me and I feel a sub-message in the product that screams something I don't like but thats just me. I've come to far to put someone else hair on my crown of all natural hair. Me Pass.

    • January 18, 2013 / 5:36 am

      You are more than welcome to voice your mistrust of this product. I'm merely passing on this info to the many women who chose to wear a protective style. I choose not to use weaves or wigs but it's nice to know there is an alternative to just flat ironing one's hair to blend in with the weave. You may be right about your mistrust but it's up to everyone to decide to use the product or not. Thanks for your comments.

  2. January 22, 2013 / 3:34 pm

    I feel that it is no different than the protective style weaves and extension twists, kinky twists and box braids. Hair can be an accessory and flexibility while taking good care of your own and wearing weaves and extensions are okay in my book although I tend to not do it. My only problem is price points because I like the low budgetness of being natural…lol. No need to get on your Natural Soapbox!

    • January 22, 2013 / 6:36 pm

      I feel the same way you do. Sometimes we get overly upset over things that don't pertain to us but don't realize it may be just what someone else is looking for. I think it sounds like a great product for many Naturals out there and just wanted to share.

  3. February 21, 2013 / 8:24 pm

    My friend just told me about this company yesterday–I like options and protective styles. I do not do weaves all the time, but am certainly open to it. I wore it for a couple of months last yr and it was a nice break after having a baby and returning to work–made the adjustment easier. But, like you said, the verdict is out. I am in the DC area, so I may visit the owner one day! I'll keep you guys posted!

    • February 21, 2013 / 9:45 pm

      I would LOVE to see some pics if you decide to give it a try. I think it's a great idea and when one gets antsy change (that is not permanent) is best. It's all about having fun and this looks to be a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing.

%d bloggers like this: