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October 15, 2010


Every day I put in hair extensions and my speed is improving all of the time.  My problem is that I don’t really have a good place to lay the individual strands to keep them from tangling, or worse yet, falling on the floor, while I’m working with a client.  Any ideas?

Leticia B, Tampa, Florida


We faced exactly the same dilemma while applying hair extensions to our mannequins and hair models at beauty shows.  We solved the problem with one easy solution.

Buy a package of Blu Tack at any discount or office supply store.  The narrow blue adhesive strips adhere to any surface.  Stick the Blu Tack to the edge of your work surface and in a place where you can easily reach.

Then take each individual strand and press the keratin tip into the Blu Tack.  Line the strands up, side-by-side and everything is in perfect order to grab a new strand whenever you need it.

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