My visit to Heavenly Hair salon                         The ‘Halo’ hairpiece

   

Hi everyone! 

As some of you may know I was kindly invited to the fabulous Heavenly Hair salon in the Pavillions Shopping centre Swords to try out one of their gorgeous hairpieces – the ‘Halo’. During this post I will share with you all there is to know about this amazing hairpiece.

  
About…

Heavenly Hair is one of Ireland’s leading suppliers of premium double drawn 100% human hair with over 15 years experience in the industry, so you can just imagine how excited I was to visit! With two salons, one in the Pavillions Shopping Centre in Swords and one in Scotch Hall Shopping Centre Drogheda, I made my way to our beautiful capital to visit the Swords salon.

  
First impressions…

When I first arrived at the salon, I was greeted by a lovely lady, Amy, who brought me to my seat in the gorgeous salon space and explained to me what the ‘Halo’ hairpiece was all about! Amy went through everything and was so lovely and chatty which was great as I was a little bit nervous! The salon itself is fabulous, spacious and modern with comfortable seats and top of the range tools. The range of hair colours to chose from is also outstanding as they have a colour that will cater to everyone.

  
Hair and me…

To say I have experienced my fair share of hair extensions in the past would be an understatement! I think I have tried them all at this stage, from synthetic hair, micro beads, to clips and back again! But I can honestly say that I have never tried anything like this ‘Halo’ hairpiece! It is AMAZING! 

  
The ‘Halo’…

So as Amy was explaining about the hairpiece, she then went and got a few to see which colour would best suit my hair colour. As my hair has never been dyed before it was hard to differentiate between two colours but we decided on the darker brown colour in the end as it best suited my own hair colour. 

The ‘Halo’ hairpiece to my surprise is actually a full piece of double drawn, premium Spanish hair that you can wear as the ‘Halo’ or you can also take with you clips and use it as a clip in piece! Now, when I first seen the piece I assumed it was going to be a clip in hairpiece, but guys I was completely wrong as it is so much better!! 

The ‘Halo’ name refers to the fact that the piece itself is positioned on the head using strong fishing string! I know how crazy I sound right now, but it is genius! The fishing line is attached tightly, knotted six times to each end of the hairpiece to ensure the hair won’t come away from the line. This is then placed at the top of the head, making sure that the hairpiece itself sits just under the bone at the back of your head! 

You then pull the hair out over the line, and style how you would like your split or fringe! 

I was a little bit sceptical at first as I thought this would move the minute it was touched, but guys it honestly doesn’t budge! I can’t believe how easy it is so put on and take off! There is absolutely no worrying about backcombing the hair to apply the clip in ones or bulking clips and hair! 

The hairpiece is 100% human Spanish hair which means you can curl, straighten, blowdry do what ever you like with it which is just amazing and gives you the option to have it straight or curly! 

  

I absolutely love the hairpiece and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for the extra length or volume in your hair. 

If you are interested in this fab hairpiece or other extensions, you can visit either of the salons-

Swords:

Unit G31C

Pavillions Shopping Centre

SwordsCo. Dublin

Contact number : 01-8138771 
Drogheda:

Unit G34,

Scotch Hall Shopping Centre,

Drogheda,

Co. Louth

Contact number : 041 9845325  
Or visit heavenly hair online at – 

http://www.haloandhair.com

I hope you have all enjoyed this post on this gorgeous hairpiece! I haven’t stopped wearing mine! 

Stay fab all,

  

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