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We live in an era where we want solutions NOW and I refuse to be the one to tell you that it can’t be done.

Some of us aren’t as fortunate to have a head full of locks and for some of us that do, we still struggle with thinning at the crown. This must resonate with you because you’ve ended up on this page. Are you still reading? Yes? Then I must be right!

You search and search all over the internet for solutions. Those sticky egg hair masks? Nothing feels more awkward than cracking an egg on your head in the shower. Or mayonnaise, thick and messy castor oil, gummy bear vitamins that the YouTuber SWORE by...you’ve tried it all. And if you haven’t, I sure have and I’m here to tell you that I still struggled with thinning hair.

We want a solution NOW. And no, I’m not talking about those hair fiber shakers that clog your scalp and leave a powdered residue. Meet, the Perfect Locks Topper

The only way to fix thinning hair is to add hair and fully cover the crown of your head. The quick, lasting solution to thinning hair is by using a clip-in topper

After all those failed attempts of homemade remedies and one-day fixes, Perfect Locks has put in an effort for a long-term, realistic solution. 

Perfect Locks toppers have the power to give you seamless coverage for a natural hairline. These hairpieces are virtually undetectable and can be easily clipped in or removed at any given moment in seconds.

The Long-Lasting Solution for Thinning Hair - YouTube
Complete Coverage & Flexibility

Your options for the hair parting and coverage dimensions vary to your preference. From the side-part beauty, crowning glory, stunning coverage, and quick fix topper (each with their own clickable product link)...we’ve got you covered. Literally.  

Leave the eggs and mayonnaise in the kitchen. Give your bank account a rest from the falsely advertised hair rejuvenation purchases. And stop chewing on those gummy bear hair vitamins. 

We also have a ton of other human hair extensions that may suit you... But If you’ve purchased a Perfect Locks hair topper in the past, comment below to let others know what you think! Do you have a before and after picture of your transformation with a topper? Post it in the comments below or tag us on Instagram @perfectlocks for a chance to be featured!

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You may have seen ponytail extensions somewhere on your feed and wondered, “What in the world is that?” or, “I definitely need to get one, ASAP!” Clip-in hair extensions are a super fun and EASY way to elevate your look, we'll show you how to take it a step further with ponytail extensions. They add drama without the full commitment of wanting long hair, and you get a real bang for your buck given how versatile they are. We found 5 of the best and easiest ways to style  ponytail extensions:

Sleek High Pony

This sleek high pony is giving us major Ariana Grande vibes!  When your hair is pulled back in a high pony, it automatically gives you a natural facelift and it makes you look SNATCHED! This high pony is super quick and easy to install. All you need to do is put your natural hair in a high pony or bun and attach the clip of the extension to the base of the pony. Then go ahead and wrap the velcro strap around the hair and secure it with a bobby pin. You are now one “Dangerous Woman!” 

Stylish High Braided Pony

If you don’t want the pony out, you can also braid it! This high braided pony is super cute and takes the high pony to a new level. Once your hair is in the ponytail extension, you can braid the extension and secure it with an elastic band! If you don’t know how to braid, you can also twist the hair. Instead of separating the hair into 3 sections, you use 2 instead. From there, wrap the 2 sections, secure it with an elastic band, and you’ll have a cute twisted pony. These looks will definitely turn heads!

Polished Top Knot

You know how the saying goes, “Sun’s out, buns out!” This super cute top knot is very versatile. For a thicker, fuller bun, wrap the extension around your bun and secure the bun with a few bobby pins. For a smaller, tighter bun, twist the hair before wrapping it around. To really spice it up, braid the extension and wrap it around the hair! Either way, you’ll look super trendy!

Chic Low Bun

This low bun is definitely a go-to look and it’s tres’ magnifique! It makes any outfit look elegant and chic. All you need to do is tie your hair in a low bun, attach the clip of the extension to the base of your mini bun, wrap around the velcro strap and extension pony tightly, and secure it with a few bobby pins. To add more of a messy look, pull some strands of hair out! Voila! You are ready to go! 

Classic Low Pony

This low pony is a classic and guess what? What’s old is new again! While your hair is in the low bun, attach the extension, wrap the velcro strap around the hair, and secure with bobby pins! If you want to add extra volume, tease the first layer of hair in the ponytail. Straight, wavy, curly--you could do it all with this style!

Comment below what ponytail extension hairstyle you’d like to see us try next! Or any hairstyle using human hair extensions for that matter. Or add a picture of you styling our ponytail extension and you may be featured on the Perfect Locks Instagram, @perfectlocks! 

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Determining your face shape can be pretty difficult to figure out. You will go into the salon with a pic of your fav celeb hairstyle, get the style, but end up with a different result! Wanna know why? It’s the face shape girl! There are so many different face shapes, it’s hard to decipher what one is yours! Especially, when you want a specific style! You may think you have a round shaped face like Chrissy Teigen, but could have a pear-shaped face instead! We wanted to make things a little easier for you, so we gathered all of the info we could to help YOU! So next time when you visit your stylist, you can reference your favorite celebrity’s hairstyle that matches your face shape!

Determining Your Face Type

Click the best face shape for you and see which celeb you match with!

  • Heart Shaped - If you have a wide forehead, pointy jaw, and a widows peak, you are the Queen of heart shaped faces!
  • Inverted Triangle Shaped - If you have a wide forehead, pointy jaw, and no widow’s peak this is your face shape!
  • Diamond Shaped - If you have wide cheekbones and a pointy jaw, you’ll shine bright like a diamond with your beautiful face!
  • Oval Shaped - If you have wide cheekbones, a rounded jaw, and an average face length, your face is definitely in the oval category!
  • Square Shaped - If your face is equal lengths but you have a square jaw, your too hip to be square!
  • Round Shaped - If your face is equal lengths, your jaw is round and have a short face, this is you, sis!
  • Oblong Shaped - If your face has a long chin and forehead, and everything else is equal lengths, this is you beautiful!
  • Pear Shaped - If you have a wide jaw, then shout out to all the pear face shaped beauties!


Heart Shaped

If you are here, then you and Kourtney Kardashian have something in common! When having a heart-shaped face, you want to balance it by choosing hairstyles that de-emphasize your forehead. The best hairstyles for you, are layers that stop by your collarbone, deep side-parted hair, or even shoulder length lobs! Some hairstyles to avoid are short bangs or super long hair.

 

Inverted Triangle Shaped

If you have an inverted triangle face, then you and Scarlett Johansson are face shape besties! This is slightly similar to the heart-shaped face, the only difference is, are you don’t have a widow's peak! The best hairstyles for you would be long side swept bangs or center-parted bangs, bobs, pixie cuts, and layers! Some hairstyles to avoid are thick rounded bangs and blunt bangs. 


Diamond Shaped Faces

If you have a diamond-shaped face, you and Halle Berry are #twinning! When having a diamond face shape, choose hairstyles that can create an illusion of a broader forehead and jawline. The best hairstyles for you would be, short textured lobs, long side-swept bangs, or even a high ponytail! Some hairstyles to avoid are thick rounded bangs and bangs that go straight across.


Oval Shaped

If you have an oval-shaped face, you and Bella Hadid are facing goals! Oval face shapes are known as the “ideal” face shape - shhh...just don’t tell anyone else that ;)! The best hairstyles for you would be side swept bangs, a blunt bob, and a shoulder-length layered hairstyle! Some hairstyles to avoid are short bangs and non-layered hairstyles.


Square Shaped

If you have a square shaped face, you and Hailey Baldwin AKA Hailey Beiber are slayin' this face shape! Choose hairstyles that soften your jawline! The best hairstyles for you are straight hair with layers, wispy side bangs, or subtle bangs that stop at your cheekbones! Some hairstyles to avoid are slick backed looks (like high ponytails) and thick blunt bangs.


Round Shaped

If you have a round shaped face, you and Selena Gomez have a beautiful babyface!  Choose hairstyles that elongate your face shape! The best hairstyles for you are pixie cuts with volume, deep side parts, or a textured lob. Some hairstyles to avoid are wispy bangs and wide curls.


Oblong Shaped

If you have this face shape, then you and Joan Smalls have that supermodel look! Choose hairstyles that give the illusion of width! The best hairstyles for you are blow-outs, long layered hair, and loose curls! Some styles to avoid are sleek hairstyles and long non-layered hair.


Pear Shaped

If you have this face shape, then you and Kelly Osbourne have the most unique face shape! Choose a hairstyle that softens your jawline! The best hairstyles for you are long soft bangs, thick bangs, and side-parted hair. Some of the hairstyles to avoid are center-parted hair, sleek hairstyles, and short textured bangs.


By determining your face shape and matching it with your favorite celebrities, you can find the right hair inspo for you! Comment below what your face shape is! Add a picture and you may be featured on the Perfect Locks Instagram, @perfectlocks!

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Frizzy hair is a BIG no no! (especially in the summer) All that humidity and heat prevent you from living your best life! Frizzy hair is one of the most common things a woman can go through, and we just want to tame it. Most importantly, we also want to find ways to prevent it!

MAIN CAUSES OF FRIZZY HAIR

Let’s start with the 3 main causes of frizzy hair! Or what I like to call them the Frizzy Hair Trinity!

1. Humidity

Humidity is one of the top causes of frizzy hair! It usually occurs when your hair is dry, the cuticle of the hair is rough and humid weather. This is definitely key ingredients to a perfect recipe of frizzy hair. Due to the hair being dry, the outer layer of your hair takes in all the moisture from the air. Which then causes the hair to expand and frizz. 

2. Hot Water

I know us women love to take really hot showers, however, hot water is another factor to frizzy hair. Washing your hair in extremely hot water can strip your hair of their natural oils. These natural oils keep your hair moisturized and smooth, giving it a healthier look. If you are prone to frizz, I suggest washing your hair in cooler temperatures. 

3. Chemicals

Hair dye, bleach, straighteners, and relaxers tend to disrupt the hair’s cuticle. This causes it to become dehydrated, rough, and frizzy. Try limiting your usage on these items, so your hair can live a frizz-free life!

Now that you know some of the most common factors for frizzy hair; you’re probably wondering, `How do I prevent frizzy hair?’ We got you, sis! 

Maintaining frizzy hair - Vimeo
HOW TO CONTROL YOUR FRIZZ

1. Oils

Oils are a really good way to prevent frizzy hair and maintain healthiness! They penetrate the cuticle and can significantly reduce cuticle damage. This also helps keep your hair from expanding excessively when wet. Some oils that are great to use are, argan oil, macadamia oil, marula oil, and so much more. 


2. Deep Condition

Deep conditioning is the BEST way to prevent frizzy hair! While deep conditioning your hair, only do so once a week. Deep conditioners seal the hair cuticle and also prevents humidity from getting into the hair. It also adds extra moisture to your hair!


3. Sulfate-Free Hair Products

Sulfate free products will become your new hair bestie! Sulfate products will dry out your hair completely! They cause the hair to soak up unwanted moisture, which will make your hair frizz up. Aim for more products that are sulfate free, paraben free, and high in glycerin. 


4. Microfiber Towels/ T-shirts

Microfiber towels and T-shirts are 10x better than any normal towel. They soak up moisture without creating frizz and it cuts down on drying time!

5. Silk Pillowcases

Silk pillowcases are a blessing in disguise! They prevent hair breakage and most importantly, frizz! The fabric doesn’t absorb as much moisture as cotton pillowcases. An added plus is that silk pillowcases also help prevent acne breakouts!

Having frizzy hair is no bueno! But after following these steps, you will be frizz free in no time! 

Comment below by telling us your favorite way to tame your hair! Add a picture and you may be featured on the Perfect Locks Instagram page, @perfectlocks! 

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We scroll through social media at lightning speed. Half the time, if we see a picture we hearted a few days ago, we won’t even recognize that same picture when we see it again. But Kim Kardashian’s wet look is a sure show stopper and had us all pausing, trying to figure out ‘HOW DOES SHE DO IT??’.

 With the help of her glam squad, this reality TV star and fashion mogul has stunned the world with this look at the 2016 VMAs, 2017 Daily Front Row fashion awards, her KKW launch party, and the 2019 Met Gala.

Our Perfect Locks team checked out some of the tips and tricks online but ended up with greasy, flat, or crunchy hair. So we made it a mission to achieve this sleek and sexy look, even while wearing hair extensions. Our Stylist Nicholas Sanchez took his 38 years of hair experience to the test, click here to book an appointment with him.

Add Extra Oomph with Hair Extensions

If you are going to wear hair extensions with this look, have them already clipped in or installed before styling. The reason for this is so that there is a consistent flow with the wet curls on your real hair and the extensions. Sanchez suggests teasing your hair after each section of clip-ins are installed. “Since you’re going to be adding moisture to the hair, teasing it beforehand will help you stay away from getting a flat or slimy look,” says the hair expert. Once the extensions are in place, you are ready to style!

Styling Products Are Your BFF’s

The first step to styling is mixing Kenra Medium Hold Volume Mousse and Perfect Locks Hydrating Sulfate-free Conditioner. Pump a handful of the mousse as seen in the image below and about 4 full sized pumps of the conditioner and mix these two together with your hands.

Massage in Mouse & Conditioner

Apply this combination to your hair by running your fingers in a downward motion. Get a spaced out comb and brush your hair out to allow the product to absorb and distribute evenly. Slightly scrunch the hair with your hands. You should still see some of the product in your hair and that’s totally fine for now!

Let the Scrunching Begin

Next, spray Perfect Locks Leave-In Conditioner while simultaneously scrunching your hair. Be generous with this product. You’re going to apply this to every part of the hair, including the roots.

Sleekness is the Secret Sauce

The finishing touch is to add Perfect Locks French Argan Oil near the ends of your hair and to any areas that you want to create specific waves to. Sanchez calls this oil ‘hair-molding-magic’! If your hair is really thick, scrunch in Kenra light hold styling creme to finish off your look. 

Your Kim K Dreams Can Come True

Success! The wet look is perfect for a late night outing or you can tone down the product usage for a more subtle wet look that can be used for an everyday go-to. For extra volume, you can shift your parting to the side for a swooshing effect. The combination of these products will keep your hair wet and glossy without the greasy look and molded at each curl without the crunchy texture.

Want to get this look? Let us know how your hair turned out after going through these steps! Comment below or send us a picture on Instagram at @perfectlocks for a chance to be featured on our page and website.

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Don’t you wish there was a way to add color without dying or damaging your beautiful hair? Coloring hair is always fun-- you can feel like a new version of yourself and enhance your confidence. From Katy Perry, Halsey, to Kylie Jenner’s colorful hair sprees, it’s time for us to say it’s our turn. We found 5 of the best ways for you to add color to your hair without the damage!

Colorful Hair Chalk

Hair chalk is all the rage right now for damage-free coloring! You can take any piece of hair (or even try your whole head) and chalk it up! You can buy hair chalk at almost any drugstore or beauty supply store near you. Applying it can be very easy, depending on the brand you use. When applying, you want to have damp hair; not too dry or too soaked. Another good tip is to make sure your hair is clean. This means no hairspray, leave in conditioner, hair gel, etc. While applying, make sure to go from top to bottom, not in a back and forth motion. You won’t get the result in one swipe, so make sure to go over it as much as desired. Chalk it up and bring your hair to life!

Photo by  @briteorganix
Photo by @hannahstocking

Intense Color Conditioner

Using a color conditioner is another fantastic way to add color to your hair! A great recommended brand to use is Overtone. It is vegan friendly, gluten, paraben, ammonia, and sulfate free. This brand also uses natural ingredients like jojoba, avocado oil, and shea butter (just to name a few!). It is a little on the pricey side, but it is definitely worth spending! If you don’t want to spend a lot of money, you can also use brands like Punky Colour 3-in-1 Depositing Shampoo and Conditioner or Keracolor Clean + Clenditioner. You are able to purchase these brands at your local beauty supply stores. Either way you will still come out looking like you went to the salon!


photo by @OvertoneColor

Natural Colored Extensions

If you don’t want to use color conditioners or hair chalk, you can also use extensions! Any type of hair extensions can work, whether that be tape ins, clip-in sets, weaves, u-tips,(clickable links) etc. This is a great way to add in color, without having to worry about the full commitment of dying your hair! Clip in hair extensions are always perfect, you can put them in and take them out whenever you choose. A great example is if you have dark hair and want to add some lighter brown highlights for the summer. It also works vice versa!

Easy Highlights in 5 Minutes or Less - YouTube

VIbrant Hair Paint Wax

For all my natural haired beauties, hair paint wax is the new rave to adding color to your hair! This wax is great if you want a quick fix of color. It’s non-harmful and it washes out after one wash with shampoo. It uses natural ingredients like beeswax, castor oil, and tea extract. Apply the color to damp hair and it can last up to 3 days or more!


Bold & Beautiful Wigs

Wigs are a great way to try color without actually altering your hair! Colorful human hair wigs have been very popular in the past couple of years and that popularity is soaring through the roof today. It gives you the freedom to look like a different person for a day or so. Wigs can range from natural to bright and colorful! You can braid your hair down or put it into a low bun to have a good foundation, apply a wig cap so that your hair is not seen, then slip on the wig. Voila! You are a new woman, that’s ready to conquer the world!

Adding color is a fun and easy way to bring your hair to life, especially when it’s damage-free. Brighten up our comments below by telling us your favorite way to add color to your hair! Add a picture and you may be featured on the Perfect Locks Instagram page, @perfectlocks!

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Attention all curly haired girls: Do summer weather and your hair go at an absolute battle? Do you just want to chop it off because you can’t tame the beast? Curly hair can be a pain to work within the summer. We run into so many problems and tend to get frustrated because we never know what to do. We either look like a tornado hit us with a frizzy, tangled disaster, or we just wear a bun all day so we don’t have to deal with the mess.  

Through trial and error, I narrowed down what hairstyles are best for curls this summer season so you can rock what your momma gave ya!  As the curly hair expert, Lorraine Massey, once said, “It’s more than just hair, it’s an attitude”.

Head Scarf

Using a headscarf is one of the cheapest and easiest hairstyles! This method keeps your hair out of your face and your curls looking gorgeous. You can use this method on second or third-day hair (nobody needs to know..shhh).  All you have to do is put your hair up in a pineapple with a big hair tie. If you’re wondering what a pineapple is, it’s kind of like putting your hair in one big puffball. Instead of wrapping the hair tie twice or three times, you only wrap it once. If you want more volume in your ‘pineapple’, clip in a few curly hair extensions for that extra oomph. You can use an average sized hair tie if you’d like, but for thicker and longer hair, you can purchase the double sized version from your local Target, Walmart, or drugstore. Then grab any long scarf you have at home, fold it in half, tie it up, and that’s it! If you really want to jazz it up, I suggest using a printed scarf. This will bring all the attention to your beautiful curls and that gorgeous face!

Scarf HeadBand

We’re bringing out the scarf again! If you don’t want to put your hair up, this is a great alternative to the headscarf. For this hairstyle, you are going to use the big hair tie and use it as a headband to push your hair back. When that’s done, find a long scarf, fold it in half, wrap it around the hair tie, and you’re done! This method is perfect for those who are on the go!

Pom Poms

This will bring you back to the days when you were little and your mom would put your hair in pom poms. This is my all-time favorite go-to style when my hair is in full curly mode. Go ahead and grab two hair ties, a rattail comb to split your hair down the middle, and your hands. Split your hair into two sections with the comb, grab the first section, smooth down the crown of the head, and tie it up. Repeat for the second section. Be a little extra and smooth down those baby hairs for an elevated look!

Bantu Knots

Bantu Knots are fun and it spices up your curly hair! (No pun intended!) To better show off your curls, make sure the two Bantu knots are near the front of your scalp. Get a spray bottle filled with water, a gel or serum, a rattail comb, two small elastic hair ties, and some bobby pins! Section off two small parts of your hair in the front, using the comb. Using the spray bottle, wet one of the sections, making it damp. When your hair is damp, use either a gel or a serum to smooth it down, and start twisting the hair. When you can’t twist the hair any further, it will start to form into a little knot. When that happens, grab an elastic hair tie and wrap it around the knot. If your knots need extra coverage, wrap them up using clip-in hair extensions, just a piece or two will do the trick. To better secure, the knot, place one or two bobby pins around it. Now your hair will “Spice Up Your Life!”

One-Sided Curly Faux Hawk

Curly Faux Hawks are not only cute but they make you look bad***! If you are more into the rocker-chic look, this is definitely for you. To achieve this hairstyle, you will need a brush, a gel or a serum, bobby pins, and hairspray. On one side of the hair, brush it back till it smooths out. When that’s done, using a gel or a serum, smooth down the side you brushed out. Once it’s smoothed out, grab some bobby pins and start pinning it back for it to stay in place. To make sure it is fully secure, use some hair spray!

Each of these hairstyles is perfect for any kind of curly hair texture! Celebrate your natural hair and comment below what your go-to style is. Add a picture and you may get featured on the Perfect Locks Instagram page, @perfectlocks!

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Extensions are made to add thickness, volume, sometimes highlights, but almost always...length. But what if your hair is shorter than the average?

You’d end up looking like one of those middle school girls who bought their first pair of hair extensions from a kiosk at the mall and clipped them on without looking in the mirror. Too specific, huh? I blew my cover. That was me—I was that middle schooler. But years of practice later, I’ve come up with a guide to becoming a blending Queen.

There are 4 Golden Rules to blending your extensions with short hair. The first and most important being…

#1 - Make sure your extensions are thick enough or purchase a second set

This goes for all hair types—thin or thick. When your hair is short, you need coverage. The more hair you have for blending, the better you’ll be able to cover your short hair. If you’re getting two sets of clip-in hair extensions, buy the second set at a shorter length for better layering (we’ll get into layering soon). If your hair lies at, let’s say, the middle of your neck, get one set of 14” extensions and one set of 18” or 20”. It will depend on what length you’re aiming for, but either way, the more extensions you have to work with, the better.

Now don’t underestimate this next key rule. If you don’t follow this, you’ll never achieve a natural blend.

#2 - Style Your Hair With Your Extensions

Have you ever curled your hair, curled your extensions, then clipped them in? Sometimes we do this when our extensions are already styled and we don’t feel a need to restyle them again. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but if you don’t want to end up with choppy hair and noticeable extensions, you must style your hair and the extensions together. The best way to do so is by sectioning your hair from the bottom then working your way up. Every time you section off hair, clip in a row of extensions, then straighten or curl with the mix of both your hair and the extensions.

#3 - Learn How to Layer Your Hair Extensions

This can be done a few different ways. Start by making sure you are evenly distributing the clip-ins. Too often we’ve seen the mistake of extensions surrounding just the back of the hair or too low on the bottom and not enough around the sides or higher up towards the crown. Make sure you tease near the parting of your hair and add clip-ins toward that top. It will hide the straight cut of your natural hair. You can also go to a stylist to get your hair extensions layered for a more natural look. If your extensions scream when you bring scissors near them, the best option is to buy a second pair at a shorter length like stated in Rule #1. Now mix up the extensions throughout your hair and it will naturally blend to give the illusion of layered, real hair.

#4 - Add a Serum or Argan Oil to Smooth Out Your Hair

    The reason for this is because if you have short hair, your ends may tend to stick out. Even more so if you have split ends. Adding a hair serum will seamlessly blend those stubborn strands into the long locks. Stay away from adding product too close to your roots, as this may cause your hair to look greasy. Start from the midshaft and brush your fingers down to your roots.

    So we’ve covered the amount of extensions you need, the importance of styling together, layering, and the finishing touch of a gloss. If you follow these 4 Golden Rules, you are sure to have a natural blend. No lighting or movement will give out the secret that you’re wearing extensions.

    I took the heat for the rest of us. Now you’re ready to skip the awkward middle school phase and jump straight to your Masters.

    Do you have any rules that you swear by? Share them in the comments below to help your fellow Lockettes.

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    Hair toppers or wiglets are a great solution to hair loss! Hair toppers work best for women who are experiencing slight to a significant amount of hair loss on the crown of their head or their hairline. If your hair loss is not severe enough to need a wig, toppers are an excellent in-between step. It has all of the coverage of a wig, with the ease of clips. All of our toppers are made of a very breathable lace that allows the head to remain cool underneath the hairpiece. Each topper piece is a different length and made of various materials to cater to various different needs. Keep reading to find out how to pick the perfect hair topper for you!


    If You're In Need of Light Coverage

    Crowning glory is the perfect solution for those who are suffering from mild hair loss and just need a little extra assurance at the top. With a 4.75” x 5” base and a 3-clip system, this topper piece provides just enough coverage. Crowning glory is made with a silk base material that makes it incredibly lightweight and breathable and comes with a realistic hair whorl pattern to make your topper piece undetectable.

    Looking for a flexible & Distinct Side-Part?

    The side-part beauty topper is great for those who love a left-side part. This topper is created with a polyurethane lining for ultimate comfort and a realistic-looking hair part. With a 5” x 5” base and 6 inches of hair, the side-part beauty topper provides the perfect amount of coverage! This topper works best for women who are experiencing hair loss closest to the hairline.

    If Comfort and Breathability is a Priority

    With its fishnet base, the quick-fix topper provides optimum breathability. The larger holes allow for air to circulate throughout the piece, preventing heat from trapping itself inside of the hairpiece. With a 5.5” x 6.7” base, this is one of our larger systems to allow for extra coverage. The larger the piece, the more hair that comes with it, so we recommend the quick-fix topper for those who suffer from a significant amount of hair loss.


    Get Ultimate Coverage & Volume with This

    The stunning coverage topper piece is the largest topper in our line. Its name certainly rings true with its 6.3” x 7.9” base, it gives you a thick head of hair that blends perfectly with yours. Made of a silk base, a part can be created anywhere you’d like to achieve the most natural look possible. This topper piece works best for those who experience major hair loss on the crown of their head. Stunning coverage is sure to restore your hair to what it once was!

    Toppers are the perfect hair loss solution, and are a great alternative to wigs for those who want to retain their length or just have hair loss at the crown of their head. If you are from the San Francisco Bay Area, we would highly recommend paying a visit to our showroom and taking a look at all of the toppers in person. Book an appointment with a stylist at our hair salon in Walnut Creek today!

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    Finding the perfect hairstylist is a lot like dating. You put yourself out there, test the waters to see if there’s anything there, and sometimes, you can even get burned. Don’t give up hope! We’re here to help take the guesswork out of finding a new hairstylist that will take care of your hair and leave you feeling fabulous! Check out these tips to find the perfect hairstylist for you:

    @perfectlocks Do Your Research

    The best way to find a stylist you can trust is by doing your research on them or their salon. If you aren’t sure where to start, just look for salons in your area and go from there. Check out salon websites and social media to check out their work. If their work is similar to the look you are going for, or if they can go above and beyond what you had in mind, then most likely you’ve already found a good match. If you are interested in finding specific stylists instead of salons, try checking the geotags of salons, or certain hashtags such as #bayareahair or #bayareastylist to find stylists in your local area.


    Schedule a Consultation

    The next big step is meeting the stylist. Scheduling a consultation is a great way to get to know the stylist without making a commitment to them. A consultation allows the stylist to understand your hair type, its needs, and your haircare routine. This is also a great opportunity to explain the type of hairstyle, color or human hair extensions you are interested in. It is always best to come prepared with pictures to show the stylist exactly what you want to achieve. Try to have an open mind when you visit as well! A sign of a good stylist is a stylist who is not afraid to make suggestions and provide alternatives when a hairstyle or technique may not work best with your hair. This relationship is a two-way street so it’s important to be willing to meet your stylist halfway as well.

    Discuss a Plan

    Another telltale sign of a great stylist is one that truly cares about your hair and keeping it in excellent condition. When you meet with a stylist, see if they are willing to recommend products to you, and come up with a plan to restore or maintain your healthy hair. You’re in this for the long haul so it’s important to find a stylist that makes the condition of your hair a priority.


    If you’re in the market for a new stylist, be sure to book a FREE consultation at our Hair Salon in Walnut Creek! Check out our Instagram for examples of their work!

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