Yes…I go to great lengths to take care of my hair (pun intended). I flew all the way to Utah to get my hair done, and I’ll certainly be doing it again. Wait a second, you’re saying. You flew to Utah? For your hair? Hear me out for minute.
Let me tell you a little story about how I found Laced Extensions. Remember last year when I collaborated with Accessory Concierge and curated my jewelry line? Well, there was this adorable blogger, HayStay, who bought some of my pieces and posted about them (and yes I saw all of you who tagged me during that time!). I loved her Instagram so much that I started to follow her. We corresponded every once in a while, and one day I noticed a picture she posted of her hair. I had to know who did her hair, and when I could have mine done too (aren’t the connections you make on social media amazing?).
She told me that she had recently moved to Utah and was getting her hair done by Lacy. I immediately scheduled an appointment. I mean, why not? I thought to myself, this could be an adventure.
Needless to say this is by far the best hair I’ve ever touched, and I’ve had many other types of extensions put in my hair. It’s the softest non-real hair and the easiest I’ve ever managed. I think it’s Lacy’s personal touch. I’ve had a lot of issues with extensions in the past because the ends always tend to fray out after the first wash. Not these ones. I’ve washed my hair with my new Redken products and they still feel brand new.
For those of you who won’t be in Utah anytime soon, luckily Lacy makes her own hair clip-ins. You can order a set of clip-ins with the exact hair that I’m using. All you have to do is send Lacy a picture of you (a good one where you can see your current hair color), and she will match it. If you get it and it’s a shade off, you can return it at no extra charge. How’s that for customer service?
Here’s how to order your hair: