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on 5/4/2018 6:29:00 AM
More reviews by GillJPT
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
Being a post menopausal 50 year old with a longing for longer thicker hair, thanks to the hormonal changes mine was thin and wouldn't grow longer than my shoulders I started researching. Luckily we had an experienced Great Lengths qualified stylist local to us who I went and spoke to and who gave me great advice. I'm now off to the salon for my third set put in. Yes the best ones are expensive but very worthwhile investing in. I have half bonds put in and no more that 60 are needed to give me the hair of my dreams, my lovely stylist even recommended a high street brand shampoo, Elvive colour protect in the red bottles which works so well and my extensions last 6 months.They take a lot of brushing to keep them tip top and a little hair oil on the ends only to keep from drying out but was shocked when the were removed yesterday to find no hair damage and my natural hair was halfway down my back, its never been that long, on average I might lose 2 bonds but these are half bonds due to my fine hair to keep it looking natural. I've read so many horror stories but personally I can't recommend them more highly but go for GL human hair with keratin bonds, the costs are higher but they are so worth it, you do need the GL brush though.
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on 1/15/2018 8:34:00 AM
More reviews by MrsB010917
Skin: Normal, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
I am not normally one to write reviews on products but with seeing so many negative reviews I felt I had to do one. I had my second lot of extensions put it on Saturday, I could not be without them! My hair in naturally very very fine and doesn't grow past my shoulders I guess due to my hair being easily broken. I first had them in last year in August for my wedding I said it was going to be a one off treat. My wedding was in September and they were still in great condition for the day, I went Mexico for our honeymoon and was in the blazing heat all day aswell as swimming in the pool and sea.. I was abit worried after I did to be honest cause I was worried I may have ruined the quality but after washing it and covering the ends in Moroccan Oil they were still like brand new. In total they lasted me 5 months I could of gotten a extra month out of them but because I hadn't had a full head of colour in such a long time I wanted them taken out. I understand that people will have different opinions but for those who say its damaging and slip out easily I really do think that is the technician who has done them for you - not the hair itself. Before having Great Lengths I had Remi Cachet several times with huge bonds, my natural hair never grew whilst wearing them and there was abit of breakage especially under my hair at the bottom. However, since wearing GL my hair has actually grown quite a lot and my hairdresser (who doesn't fit the extensions, she colours and cuts for me etc) said she is surprised how well my hair is and its in great condition for 5 months of wear. Before, having GL I recommend doing a lot of research, be prepared for the extra maintenance and go to a well reputable technician - you will not regret it!
on 3/2/2017 7:00:00 AM
More reviews by Lotteh2
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
After having GREAT LENGHTS for several years and spending huge amounts of money.. i can say now.. I AM DONE WITH THEM. They are not anymore what they used to be. All the time they are tangled up at the ends,they dont curl nicely and i need to use a HairMask EVERY DAY. I will now look for a different brand! This is me done ... great Lenghts is DISSAPOINTING and for this money? Every 4 months? It used to beThe best Hair on the market..well those times are GONE!
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on 7/19/2016 12:31:00 AM
More reviews by Swasserman
Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
Terrible. I have been wearing clip-in extensions for 6 years and I had done a lot of research on Great Lengths prior to getting. My hair is very thin so I required a full head and had them cut shoulder length. I was so disappointed because the hair didn't even curl!! The Sally extensions I have hold curl better than these. It's also hard to get your roots clean so they became very limp. I had for 3 weeks and ended up pulling them out. Complete waste of money and it took a year to repair the damage.
on 5/19/2016 8:53:00 AM
More reviews by amystewart
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
I'm pretty surprised by the negative reviews on these - I did ALOT of research into the right salon/extensions and am so happy with the results. They aren't perfect but no hair extension will be - the main downside of these is the price - here are some pros and cons.ProsI have had my GL for 3 months and they are still going strong. They look so natural - I got the caramel swirl ones so they are a mix of browns, caramels and blondes and you couldn't see the join in my hair if you tried. I have the hair I've always wanted it and makes me feel so much better! I have lost around 5 bonds throughout the 3 months but my salon puts them back in for free and also trims them for me when i come in for a blow dry.They keep a curl so well - I often wand wave mine and they'll still look great 3 days later. So diff to my natural hair!NegativesI don't think these look great when air dried ( you always have to dry off the bonds but sometimes I leave the rest to dry). I find blow drying section by section (takes ages) and then straightening or curling is best, otherwise they can look a little straggly.Price - mine cost my the guts of £900. They are VERY expensive and if that's out of your budget don't bankrupt yourself getting them in.When i wear my hair up in a pony you can see the bonds - no getting around it. If you have thin hair you probably will and let's face it you're prob more likely to get extensions when you have thin hair. You really do have to use a great lengths brush with these - otherwise they can pull at the bonds and damage your own hair and pull out the bond.Don't get these if you're looking for something v v low main - you have to take care of them, - wear in a loose plait at bed, use the right brush and be willing to return to the hairdresser every month or so to get your bonds re put in.
on 4/12/2016 2:21:00 AM
More reviews by JC000
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
These extensions are terrible. You should check out Jenica Hair Extensions. They are an Australian brand that cater to completely natural hair and omg is the hair amazing or what. No chemicals and no synthetics in the mix. All of my girlfriends have gone bananananasssss voer it hahahahahahahttps://www.facebook.com/JenicaHairExtensions/instagram.com/jenicahair
on 9/24/2015 11:02:00 PM
More reviews by Jeannina
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I was told this was the best hair you could get. Since I had thin hair already, I was pleased to see the thin bonds (stylist even cut mine in half). Had these extensions put in twice. Each time the hair ends stuck together like glue, morning and night, despite my caring for them as directed. I tried a few different sulfate free shampoos, conditioners, etc., but a few minutes after drying, had the same problem. After a few months, I began losing 1-4 strands a day (taking my own already thin hair with them) just from trying to brush them out. I paid over $600 each time. Anyone else experience the hair sticking together? I am going back to a weave with cuticle hair.
on 12/31/2014 8:43:00 PM
More reviews by dowhatyouhavetodo
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
I've been using Great Lengths single strand extensions for years - I'm considered an expert amongst my friends .... I researched extentions for 2 years prior to using - I have fine hair and was sick of bad hair days and hair envy. Life is too short to have angst over anything. If you don't have it god given ... buy it --- natural is over rated -I've used many products and GL gives me the puffy european type hair that matches my own (baby fine and a bit frizzy) -- the colors are a bit dull - but have yet to find better hair that matches my own. I am talking about single strand ( I do not use glue ! -- I use GL with Locs )I remove the glue with a hair straightener then roll it to fit into a loc ) So much better on your hair. I used glue for a couple years and it damaged my hair terribly.If you are in Florida -- there is ONLY 1 girl I will trust to do my hair. She is an artist - does all kinds of extensions - lace front wigs, cancer patient pieces etc. Seriously she does a better job than any of these movie star stylists -- Her name is in Denise (Margate Florida) Find her you will love her -- true artist - reasonable pricing, never found anyone that can place extensions like her -- Sady .. I tried GL TAPE INS --- Horrible ... gluey sticky don't stay in. I use them in the back of my head to keep it full and less ropey. USE HOT HEADS ( bad hair but stay in and full ) put GL single strands around your face and sides ... Use tape ins in the back -- looks natural and full not strandy. Put HOT HEADS TAPE INS underneath your own hair in back the hair is not GL quality but they stay in and you get a bigger bang for your buck. GL gives you NO HAIR on tape ins. NOT worth the money. Plus the glue is a mess. Makes your hair slimey.If you have thin fine hair. I am an expert . Take my advice. If you have thicker hair I would go with Boheem (cheaper and good hair ... but too heavy for my head )
on 12/4/2014 4:21:00 AM
More reviews by lconroy
I am urging anyone PLEASE do not put these in your hair. You will end up with severe damage to whatever hair you have left. I did my homework, research and paid high dollar for GL's. The hair at first seemed pretty. Was it completely natural, no. You could tell it was heavy and dull, but pretty and put in, what I thought professional and nicely cut. She layered it to look natural. Then itching started. My stylist said no worries. Then after a couple of months they started slipping out daily w/ hair attached to them. Sometimes 5-7 a day. They were ratted at the root area. I took care of these by the book too. Special shampoo, braided when I slept and brushed 3 times a day. Here was my girls BS, immediately She knew my hair was falling out and I wasn't putting them back in, so her game, "you look stressed. Are you stressed?". "You know stress causes hair loss" I knew immediately what she was doing... Of course I was stressed my hair was falling out and I paid 2000.00 for it! She had a scam set already to tell woman they're stressed and hey, it's not her fault. When they came out I died. The hair that was left on my head was pathetic. Never in my life did I expect to look like I did. I still am ashamed to be seen in public. It should be criminal for what they are doing. I guarantee you eventually this will catch up with them. There should be a law suit over what these things do to our hair. If anyone reads this and you think for one second you'll get away with it please DONT! It's not worth it. I wish someone warned me. One more thing. Will my hair grow back? Please anyone that went through this please let me know.... I'm so panic stricken that this is permanent.
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on 12/9/2014 11:08:00 AM
More reviews by Melindacrn
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Horrible experience . My great lengths extensions have been replaced twice in less than 8 weeks , 1600 dollars later and my hair looks horrible . Beware of anyone who insist you sign a waiver holding them unaccountable should the hair fall out ... Red flag number one ... I would not recommend this product the price and quality do not coincide ...
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