Do not ever expect perfection from a hair extension kit. It just not exist. But Manemaxx is the closest I've found, and I have tried several methods including Great Lengths fusion. The Great Lengths came completely out of my fine silky hair in two months. My Manemaxx extensions did not come out quite as quickly but still would not have lasted more than three months had I not done constant maintenance. What most salons do not tell you until after they have put in your hair extensions is that most people will require maintenance. If you have courser texture and/or waves/ curls then they may last much longer than they do on my fine silky hair. Most salons will charge at least $40 and recommend that you come in every 4-6 weeks for maintenance. So having this method has really been my only option for affordable hair extensions. I had a friend put them in but I and my husband do my own maintenece. It does not take long to get a hang of doing it. I will say that the statement to not roll it but just hold down the ends can not possibly be a complete statement. If you do just that then the bond dries flat. So I did not roll in my fingers as I imagine that will crack bonding agent which is what you do to remove it and so will compromise your brand new bonds. But after holding each end for 3 seconds I then gently pat all around, shaping the bond into a nice thin cylinder. The bonds are very strong. This was my first wear. I did have to replace about 4 to 6 after the first month, then 6 to 8 after 2nd month and then about 12 after the third month. I took them out after losing almost 20 after fourth month. However, I went to the beach about every other weekend, and could feel the bonds getting soft in the sun. That would make me get tangles in the long 18 inches of wavy hair which I would then tug pretty hard to get out. So considering an amateur install and a gal that is pretty rough and tuff on her already fine silky extension-repelling hair, I think Manemaxx extensions are amazing. I will wear again and again<3, and as others have stated, Tiffany Twist is a very customer service-minded individual and just a nice person from what I can tell. You should check out her books. She writes too. Talented person. A extensions that get an A++ with the extension business curve;)
I just installed my manemaxx hair extensions a few days ago and I have to say this is a great product so far. I used XQ cuticle 16" straight hair extensions, which are also great but you might be okay with getting the hair that Manemaxx sells. Unfortunately I got stuck with hair that tangles if you add any sort of product to it so styling is limited. I guess everyone is just gonna have to get used to me with straight hair. I just wanted to physically see and touch the hair before I bought it at a local beauty supply. ($150)
So the install took some getting used to. You will definitely need some practice, but it only took me about 7 or 8 tries before I got it right. I had to keep cutting off the dried off bond at the end of the test strand because I was waiting too long and allowing it to dry before I got it to my head. So yeah I have a few strands of fairly short hair extensions, haha.
It took me about 7 hours all together, including about 3 or 4 breaks. And I had the help of my mom half way through. I would say the hardest part about the install was parting the hair precisely and estimating whether or not you have enough natural hair in the strand you intend on bonding. The mirrors came in handy to see where your hands were at, but not much else. I could have probably been blind and had a successful install.
The mess was incredible.
But overall, my bonds are going strong so far. I can see them lasting a potential 4 to 6 months, so I believe the product does not lie. It is a little pricey, but it beats hundreds to thousands of dollars at a salon for crap that doesn't last near as long, so I'd say well worth it if you have the patience. Really, all you need is some research and some common sense.
Ladies, PLEASE follow all directions. Otherwise you are just wasting your money. And not just for the install, but for taking care of them. I am currently washing and conditioning my hair every morning with Cinderella Hair Extension shampoo (Sally's Beauty Supply--PS: This is NOT where I bought my actually extensions). It is specially formulated for human and synthetic hair. It cleanses the scalp without overdrying nicely, which is great for the tembond. You don't want to get any oil or product on the bonds because they will melt and loosen. And the conditioner is effective and smells like a orange dreamsicle :) Really you could use any mild shampoo or conditioner, but keep it sulfate free. I still deep condition my hair with cholesterol or Wen deep conditioner, but only once a week and I'm very particular about rinsing. Even after I rinse I will fill the tub up so I can soak my hair.
Blow drying is a pain in the butt. I am becoming prone to getting up earlier, showering and going for a jog to dry my hair instead of blow drying. That way I'm knocking out two birds with one stone.
I either straighten my hair or use a heated roller brush to curl the ends. Stay away from the bonds--again, they will loosen.
Nothing else to add. Great product. Highly recommend. I will post again in a month to let you know how my bonds are holding up.
I love these. These rock. I'm on my 3rd install. I have read the other reviews here and agree with most so I won't be long-winded and repeating everyone. I have lost 1 bond. One time. It was 3 mos. into my first install and I didn't even lose the WHOLE bond. Half stayed put. I believe it was the BLOW-DRYER I used that day, while BRUSHING. ( don't do that). It never happened again. I will touch on some things I haven't seen posted : You know it's time to replace your bonds when they grow out long enough to reach your shoulders. This takes about 5 mons, Longer than that is not possible unless your hair grows REALLY slow. The reason is you will start to see breaks in your hair length where light from behind you is showing through. Not only that, you have 5 mo of shedded hair tangled in there. The tangles will start at the top of your bond and go all the way to your scalp. Removing 5 mo old bonds : Keep in mind your tangles are 2 inches long ! Please take your time. I plan an entire day. Now. But my first removal may be responsible for hair breakage i noticed after removal. ( However it may also have been to much aphogee. Which I no longer use.) I broke them out in a rush yanking and pulling. No pay off. Took 2 days to remove all tembond. Now I have a way that is easier, better for my hair and gets all the bond out in one day.
Crack all your bonds. Slide them out and put away. Pour a bottle of olive oil on your head. Soak everything good. Start with one bond at a time. Work out all the large chunks. Do this with all. Won't take too long. Now, take a fine tooth comb and one-by-one comb out every bond from the bottom up. The shedd hairs will slide out along with remaining tembond without breaking your hair. This is also great conditioning since bonded hair uses almost no conditioner during wear. After it's all combed out, wash your hair with dawn dish soap but dilute it with water first or else the concentrated soap will take forever to get out. Wash 2 or 3 times good. Deep condition afterwards and leave on for the rest of the day. When you rinse it out later your hair will feel revitalized. Tiffany touches on olive oil in the dvd but I'm stressing it's use. The more the better. Especially if you have hair that breaks easily like mine. I don't care that it takes 5 hours. I get to keep hair on my head. This will stain what ever you are wearing because it will drip all over. Wear clothes you plan on staining. I have no problem coloring my roots with extensions in. I tried it because I had nothing to lose and experience to gain. Having bonds in makes it easier to section your hair. I apply the color with a brush from a bowl and only touch my roots. It gets easier the longer your bonds grow out.
I have read here that a lot of people experience bond loss. I think the reason my installs have been successful is because I'm making sure that the hair bundle I'm bonding is considerably thicker than the strand I'm bonding it to. This solves the lack-o-seepage problamo. Also, I keep the warmer on high the whole time. The hotter and drippier the better. But have a towel around your neck. Drips will happen and they BURN leaving scabs ! Use a small make-up brush to apply tembond on ends if they poke through. When holding your hair out ready to bond make sure it's not pulling in any direction. I found out the hard way on my first install that after you apply the bond and " drop it", that the hair from the top of mine was pulling. I suggest that you gather your hair bundle on your head and rotate it around first to make sure the weigh and angle you applied will not pull out your hair from the top of your bundles. This may also be why I noticed a " snapping" feeling on my head when I slept that night. I could feel my hairs pulling out of my head and I could hear it. I take the time now it they are much more comfortable. Use the hair guide. But plan on ordering a new one soon because the constant putting in and taking out frays the inside corners and hair gets caught in it. Mostly yours and pulls out of your head. Apply bonds farther away from your scalp than you think. I still have a tendency to get to close even using the guide. Don't make the bonds to long. I once made a bond 1 1/2 long and after a few days it broke it half when I laid down on it nearly stabbed me in the head. The ingredient in the Tembond that is responsible for the actual bonding sinks to the bottom. Stir constantly and before each bond. Never go on to the next bond without completely stirring. Make it the last thing you do before applying. I do these myself with no help, lots of light. mirrors all over, a couple of movies, and 16 hours from set up to clean-up. The actual install always takes me 12 hours. Yes an entire day. That lasts 5 mo.
When I first came upon the ManeMaxx website I was automatically intrigued-
this is something I've never heard of before and I'm still scratching my head trying to figure out why not! I was excited by the affordability of the kit and the fact that it was DIY.
I did not hesitate to choose the Regal Remi starter kit: I have some experience with hair extensions and I know- you get what you pay for.
I have foiled blonde hair that is naturally straight and from the pictures posted I was able to easily choose the colors I wanted! I immediately ordered my package with 4Oz of #22 and an extra 2Oz package of #613.
Since I live in Canada, my total wait time was about 2 weeks. This is exactly what the ManeMaxx website had predicted.
While waiting for my kit, I read tons of reviews and articles posted on the site. These are absolutely invaluable to your success with the application process. I felt very well-informed by the time my package came and I planned to do the full install the next day (I precut my strands the night before).
I had a friend come over to do the install for me; I cannot emphasize enough that this was SO HELPFUL. If you have a friend to help you, take the opportunity.
I had her watch the instructional DVD and within 20 minutes, she felt confident enough to begin. Lots of reviews say that there is a very steep learning curve with the application process; this might be true for people who choose to apply the bonds themselves, but we had problems with the first 2 bonds ONLY(she had trouble getting the TemBond to seep into my natural hairs). After this, the process was amazingly smooth and successful.
The complete installation of probably 100 bonds took only 3 hours! I tugged on a few and they did not come out. 2 days later, I still have not lost a single bond (I read in a few reviews that shedding was a problem but I do not think this will be an issue for me- my friend did wonderfully).
I have about half of the hair I ordered left and enough TemBond left for at least another application, which is exactly what the ManeMaxx website tells you. I am so pleased that I will be able to do another application before I need to re-order (which I will definitely be doing!).
My hair looks flawless and amazingly full. The bonds are SUPER discrete: even when I expose them they are nearly invisible. They are also very comfortable.
The only issue I am experiencing, which so far has actually been a non-issue, is that I have some of the ends of the hairs poking through the bond. It isn't bothering me yet, but if it does I will try to paint the bonds like I have heard in some reviews.
Overall, I am ecstatic about my new extensions. I literally have NOTHING bad to say about this system. The value is unbelievable and I will be recommending this method to all my friends. I am now a ManeMaxx customer for life!
Just want to update my review:
I am still very pleased with this product and will definitely continue to use it. After having removed a full install I have some more feedback. First off, the extensions stayed in extremely well. Over the course of about 3 weeks, I lost 3 bonds! I was shocked, seeing as other reviews had some complaints about shedding. This was not a problem for me at all and I was shampooing every second day. One negative, however, was that the tips of the bond came off of most of my strands, revealing the blunt ends of the hairs. This was itchy at times. Apparently, painting more TemBond on these exposed hairs solves the problem. I didn't try that this time because I didn't plan to keep the install for very long and because I was a little bit lazy. Next time I am going to have my friend hold my hairs at an angle while the bond sets so that more of the product will cover this area. Removing the strands of hair was easy: I grasped the end of the strand, aimed a blow dryer at the bond, and the bond slipped off quickly and painlessly (and intact- so I can use it again!!). This, however, is not even half the battle. After doing this I am left with lots of TemBond stuck in my hair. Not fun to comb each bond out individually, but it really only took an hour or so to do, which isn't bad. After combing out the bond, I dipped my fingers in olive oil and rubbed it into the area; this seemed to help remove the sticky feeling left on the hairs. I wasn't really alarmed by the amount of my own hair I was combing out, because it seemed reasonable considering the length of time I had worn the extensions. My hair feels as healthy as it did before, so no complaints there either.
Anyway, I'm having my hair colored in a few days and then will be doing a second install. I feel much more confident about this one, especially in terms of placement of the bonds. Last time I put too many on the top half of my hair and not enough on the bottom. I still love ManeMaxx!
Hi, I been using Manemaxx for 8 months .. My full install took me 12 hours with alot of breaks.I kept rushing through the back and had to slow down and practice alot with lining up the bond with my hair. It does take alot of patience at first. But it is easy. Its like anything, if you do it more it becomes easier and better.You will pick up speed as you go. Try to read up on the website before it comes like they tell you. It will help speed it the process for your first time. It is well worth it. Pick up a cheap big mirror, It will make it easier to see in the back of your head. I could have been more prepared and half way thru realized this. My fault. Mirrors and everything should be layed out. Believe me. It helps. .I am glad I stuck it out the first hour. My install came out beautiful. I get alot of compliments.I love them. I used the Remi.The back could have been fuller if I would have did my homework.Since then I have added more. A couple of my bonds in the beginning were messy and big at first. But, now,they are way better and alot smaller The whole thing about applying the bonds correctly is making sure the tembond is hot enough for one and drippy. The tembond should cover the whole piece of hair you are are bonding, Its not that hard once figure out how its done.The tembond dries like a cocoon, kinda cool. Don't rush the drying after you wash it,with your dryer too fast it softens the bonds and they will loosen..But, they are made to harden up again, when they dry. But, rushing always seems to compromise the bonds. Just take it easy when it is wet. I am careful with my hot iron when styling also to not to touch my bonds either , I have accidently touched them. Just don't lay your iron on them too long. I have did what the instructions say and they have worked great out for me. If I rush drying it and brushing it when its wet. I will lose some bonds. Tried that on second month with them and lost some bonds in one day.Not too many. But, now I know. Got back on track and good to go. I hardly ever lose a bond now, If I do, it is because am careless with my hot iron or the drying process. I do not mess with my hair until completly dry.None of this takes long.Not that bad, I learned that when I rushed it alot.The manemaxx wants you to try to let it try naturally when you can .They say you can blow dry it. Just don't put it right up on the bonds. Now, I just let it air dry fully at night before bed and in the morning fix it. Nobody blow dries the hair that close anyway, I hope. Plus, diffuser is aIways good. I have done two installs, only because I changed from curley to straight otherwise they would have stayed in. When I took my last install out they had been in there 3 1/2 months.There were strong and would be in there much longer .They were strong and I plan on reusing my hair from that install when I take this install out.Hair looks like it is still holding up well and can reuse the hair later..Had this install ever since, and it is beautiful. I still go to the salon and get my hair trimmed. The girl that does my hair works around my extensions and says they look great. I have had extensions done there and one other place.They had charge alot.Plus tips. Never again! I have had heat gun fusion type extensions.(Not sure what I can say) As I have been in , and my extensions are 3 to 4 months old.We agreed my hair looked just as good as a freshly done extension they were applying with one of their clients . These extensions are undectable. The tembond matches up with the hair color,(I have dark hair and you cannot see my bonds at all.)With the others they always seemed to show somewhere or anouther..Once I ordered my kit. It came with pretty much everything I needed, extra bond. for practice,and tembond for couple installs Not that pricey for how long it lasts and everything you get. The kit came with,. booklet , instructions and .(DVDs. It helped a whole lot.)Also ,when ordering,get the hair guide. It helps from tembond getting in your hair, a must for me, even now. Applying the tembond is easy once you realize to let it seep into the hair and line it up properly. You are not suppose to press it down. Just line it up and hold it . It gets easier. I was pressing down too long the first couple of bonds. and catching myself off and on.It is easy to remove. Break apart the tembond and I just comb it out. Easy, and my hair has had no stress from this at all. Works for me. Sometimes I add highlights in. I like to me put them in here and there and do not have to worry about all the damage from peroxide in my hair. I was using small hair extension clips for that, to me this is better.You can keep them in a long time or switch them around.. I have no problems with this system.As long as I use the Purology shampoo and condioner as it suggests and follow with care.They tell you not to use no other shampoo for your bonds. I have never used anything else. I Bought the Regal remi and I really like it .Its silky and shiny after 4 months and going strong.I am sticking with it because it is holding up Tiffany has always responded with any concerns about color or about anything pretty quick.. .For me in between stupid fad haircuts(which I probably will always do) I will use manemaxx. I do not see how you could, ever go wrong using this extension method.
This product is a scam. It is very uncomfortable, overpriced and difficult to apply. You ave been warned: Do not buy!
I'm posting this for my friend "darkempriss" since she can't edit her posting but wanted to update you on her Manemaxx install.
Ok, so it's been 3 months since my install and still loving it! I lost a lot more bonds than I initially thought BUT, I've found that it's all due to the user and how they put the bonds in. If you rush and do it incorrectly, that's when you'll have a lot of shed bonds. If you take the time to do the method properly you should have no problems. I found that when I originally put my bonds in, I didn't take the time to section my hair, this is a big no no because I found at my 3 month mark, I started getting sections of bonds that were a little stuck together and just had to pull them apart to loosen the hairs that were part of two bonds! Anyways, I bought new hair (in the loose wave instead of straight) and was getting impatient to wait 3 more months, so I took out my extensions and did an install of my new hair.
I took about 4 bonds at a time and cracked them and removed them, once I finished my whole head I slathered on olive oil, let it soak in overnight, then washed in the morning, all the bonds came out no problem and my hair was nice and silky :) I was shocked to see all my shed hair tho and the amount there was! I didn't freak out, but there was a lot over the course of 3 months, no bald spots so I was happy :) I got ready for my next install, I properly sectioned everything out and took the time to perfect my bonds so we'll see how this install wears out. Just a tip...get the hair guide! It's so much easier to avoid getting stray hairs in your bonds, anyways.But I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE my extensions and the Manemaxx method and wouldn't use anything else. If done properly this method is so comfortable and you don't even realize the bonds are there, it's completely natural looking. I really have nothing bad to say about this method. User for life!
Alright, it's only been a week since I've installed my Manemaxx hair extensions on my own but it's holding up really well so far. I've been researching hair extensions for over a year now and afraid to go ahead with the fusion type installs in fear of damaging my hair, my beautiful hair! Anyways, a brief history of my experience with extensions...I hav Asian hair, approximately shoulder length, dyed a few times with my black roots growing out...the only type of extensions I had prior to his were the metal microlinks I bought off ebay. Those were easy to install, but after sleeping in those they hurt a lot and were not very comfortable, the extension hair I had after felt quite heavy as well, ended up uninstalling those a day later.
I finally splurged on Manemaxx after creeping out the reviews and website for months on end. I purchased the Regal Remi hair starter kit, 4 oz of a brown color, and an extra 2 oz of off-black to match with my root color. The total Canadian cost to me including shipping came to roughly $500 and took just over a week to ship.
I finally receive my package in the mail and get started by reading through the manual and watching the DVD (nothing new to me as I spent months already reviewing EVERYTHING on the website!), prepped my area and began my install. First off, Tiffany's customer service is wonderful, she responded to all of my email inquiries within 24 hours and was helpful as possible. Anyways, I originally ordered the color ring to try to match my color, and since the color ring only matches the basic hair (not regal remi), I picked out the closest color, snapped a few pics of my hair and sent to Tiffany, she suggested a color, and when I unpacked and held next to my hair, DEAD ON MATCH! The RR hair was soft and silky and was all attached on a weft. Since I was doing an individual strand install, I prepped the weft by cutting off 1" sections, the reason for this is because is bundle of hair should be approximately 1/4" wide, instead of measuring out a bunch of those to begin with, I simply cut the 1" section in half, and then half that again. Once you get the hang of how much hair is in 1/4", you can cut the hair directly off the weft (which eventually cuts down on time).
So on to the install, this install took roughly 7-8 hours to complete a full head of hair and I still have say...2-3 ounces of hair left over (going to try to make clip-ins with those since they are still on the weft!). My recommendation for first-timers until the get the hang of this install method, is to get a mirror so you can see the back of your head while installing, if I didn't have a mirror it would have taken me an additional 15 hours lol. If you can't find a 3-way, I improved mine, I sat in the bathroom in front of the mirror on a chair, and on that chair I bought a $7 tall hanging mirror from Walmart, propped it on my chair and voila, I could see the back of my head! A lot of lighting is recommended as well. Anyways, yes, this method is quite daunting and I tackle a lot of DIY projects, it definately has a learning curve, but once you get the hang of it (probably took my 3 rows to figure out a technique) it gets easier and faster!
After installing my entire head (that sounds funny huh), I was pleased with how flawless and how great the hair blended with my own. Sleeping that night was a bit uncomfortable because I ended up putting the bonds too close to my scalp, so when lying down on them it was a bit tight. Wear your hair into two side braids helped alleviate the tensions from my head. The next day, I went to the salon to get a trim to blend my layers into the extension layers , and the stylist couldn't believe how great my extensions looked, and she couldn't get over the fact I did it myself! Anyways, everyone who has seen my extensions is super impressed :)
I've washed my hair twice now and in total for a week I've lost about 15 or so bonds...I know this was due to me being impatient pinching my bonds instead of letting them seep, so I blame myself and not Manemaxx!
On to the other stuff, wearing these extensions have been such a great experience so far, it doesn't even feel like I have extensions, I can't feel the bonds at all, and the extra weight of the hair is pretty much unnoticeable. My hair blends in so well that when I told people I got extensions, they couldn't believe it. I think this has been a great $500 because it's a great system, I have left over hair and I can reuse the hair I have, other extension systems I've looked into say that you cannot use the hair over again, you have to pay for a whole new set. And yes, it takes 8 hours to install but you only have to do that once every 6 months with small touchups in between, whereas other methods like clip-ins take less time initially, but more time in the long run if you take them out and put them in each day.
If you are wondering about Manemaxx I would definately give it a try, read all the forums and articles on the site and you'll be hard pressed to find a reason NOT to get this system! Every week or two I'll provide a new update for those interested in the system since I know there aren't a lot of individual reviews out there. I'm not affiliated, just a happy customer, but check out www.manemaxx.com. If you have any questions please PM me and I'll be happy to answer if I can :)
EDIT: It's been almost 3 weeks and I'm still loving my hair! I've lost quite a few bonds in total so far (not enough to make me look like I have any "bald" spots haha after my washes, but these are all the ones I pinched (DO NOT PINCH BONDS!). I re-did two rows on the bottom doing the actual recommended method and they are still in there strong :) The hair itself has some split ends due to showering in hot water, but I just trim those away. No complaints about this method so far :)
I think this will be big. Longer wear, virtually undetectable, zero damage, easy, affordable beautiful hair. I read the GL reviews and most were saying the damage was bad from that. Not this stuff.
While on the hair forums someone suggested Manemaxx hair extensions with Tembond. She said she had her hair in for 3 months and going strong. they have awesome hair that does not tangle and is silky smooth. I've done clips which I got sick of putting in all the time, and taped wefts. The glue killed my hair. I never thought I'd do strand by strand (which this is) because I never thought of it as a DIY thing.
So this is a bonding method for installing hair extensions yourself. OR get someone to do it. But having that option is cool. It is non toxic, non glue, chemical free, no damage what so ever and easy schmeasy to remove. It is a bond that is a wax like and that you take a piece of hair extension, dip it in the melted bond (product is Tembond) and then take that piece and apply it to a few strands of your own hair. To remove you simply bend it and break it and it just falls apart. You dust off what is left on your hair. YOU DO NOT NEED ANY CHEMICALS OR TOOLS TO TAKE THEM OUT. That is where the damage would occur with other methods.
So installing is great because if you apply it wrong or in the spot that does not work, you can take it off and reapply in a snap! Since my install I have actually moved around some pieces so I could get the highlighting just the way I want it. Do you know how much damage I did to my hair when having a colorist fix her work?
The bond comes in all colors to match your hair and it blends right in with your own. you can hardly see it!
Check out the web site and look through all the "articles". What was great was how they compared it to the microlinks and even Great Lengths Keratin bond. Virtually undetectable! Like $278 for the hair and all the tools and product. HAIR INCLUDED in the kit. Great Lengths cost $1200-$2000 to have it done. They charge like $600-$700 just for the hair! Manemaxx hair is so silky and good quality. You CANNOT reuse hair from Great Lengths or any keratin based extensions. You can with tthis. You can get 12 months of re-use and wear from this hair. But if you want to use hair from a company you just love and trust, you can still use this system. Just buy the kit without hair.
Really anyone can do this. IF you feel it is too daunting, you can call and I think they can direct you a stylist near you to install them for you. I saw a page with a search engine for that. I guarantee it won't cost over $1000.
You can buy their "basic" hair that is Asian but it IS quality and it will not tangle. 4 oz of that hair is only $63 so even if you needed to use an extra 2 oz of hair (not many places allow you to purchase 2 oz, but only full pkg of 4 oz) you can do a full head of hair for UNDER $100. The draw back on Asian hair is that it does not wave easily. It is straight. Its human so you can curl it.
You can also get the Regal hair which is wonderful. Even the straight does have some wave after washing. That is what I got. A bit more but nothing like those other places out there and what they charge. AND you can get pre-tipped hair so that you don't have to measure it out and worry about the right amount of bond to apply. That costs more too. I actually measured the hair out myself the day before and dipped each bundle in the bond and saved it for the next day. It took less time and I did not pay more.
You have all the stuff to reapply so you can remove and reapply as much as you want without paying for more. I mean I paid $150 an hour to have a salon to move a few pieces around for me. They charge alot to remove them too.
That website is so great and informative! Man she did not miss anything. they have a forum for the DIYers to ask questions and get tips about doing this.
I'm giving it 4 lipsticks because of the degree of difficulty AT FIRST. It does get easier. If I had this done by a pro, I would give it 5 easily. Every other aspect is good for it.
I had help from my teenager. She did most of the back for me because it was tricky and I did not want to take as long. I did do some just to know if I could do it. Get a friend and do each others to make it easier. But they have a before and after page where all were done themselves.
I'm a DIYer now!
I guess just do a search on it. I don't want to get in trouble by posting links. I'm not with the company, I just like it a lot.