INARI offers Great Lengths™ hair extensions to the DC, VA and MD areas at its K Street, NW location in downtown Washington, DC.
Great Lengths uses 100% human hair of the best quality--Indian Temple Remy hair (all hair cuticle facing the same direction) in virgin condition. Indian Temple hair is optimal for this application because Indian hair is similar in structure to Caucasian hair and it has never been exposed to harsh chemical treatments.
INARI uses Great Lengths'™ "cold fusion" method of strand application. Extensionists and their clients are raving over the Ultrasonic 5000 which produces attachment sites that seamlessly flow from the client's natural hair into the Great Lengths strands.
Unlike other hair extensions techniques such as welding, waxing, gluing or knotting, which strain and very often damage your hair, Great Lengths hair is based on a much gentler principle: modulating. Great Lengths has created an extremely high-tech method of bonding between Great Lengths extensions and your own hair. This point of attachment is composed of polymer chains whose molecular structure is very similar to that of human hair. It is activated by our Great Lengths applicator and bonds the Great Lengths strand with your own hair in this way. It can, however, be easily removed by an expert!
Most important of all: your own hair is not damaged. Great Lengths' patented attachment of Great Lengths hair extensions to your own hair offers you perfect freedom in organizing your leisure time and in your freedom of action but in no way compromises the quality of your own hair!
Of course, you may wonder how we attach Great Lengths strands to your own hair. While others use techniques such as welding, waxing, gluing or knotting, which strain and very often damage your hair to a high degree, Great Lengths is based on a much more gentle principle: modulating. Great Lengths hair extensions use an extremely high-tech method of bonding between the the hair extension strand and your own hair. This point of attachment is composed of polymer chains whose molecular structure is very similar to that of human hair. It is activated by our Great Lengths applicator and bonds the extension strand with your own hair in this way. It can, however, be easily removed by an expert! Most important of all: your own hair is not damaged. This patented attachment of Great Lengths to your own hair offers you perfect freedom in organizing your leisure time and in your freedom of action but in no way compromises the quality of your own hair!
|The first step is the consultation. Together with your hairstylist you decide the look you want to achieve and the right color hair and quantities are chosen.|
|At approximately 1.5 cm distance from the scalp, the single hair extension strands are applied one by one by means of our Classic or Ultrasonic machines.|
|Rows of hair extensions are applied in order to achieve the desired result.|
|The bonding has an outstanding duration, but can be removed whenever you wish.|
|Great Lengths' patentented polymer compound with keratin molecules is similar to your own hair, resulting in absolute compatibility with your own hair.|
Great Lengths hair extensions undergo a delicate process of de-pigmentation lasting 15 -20 days. The black pigments are slowly lifted from inside the hair, NOT from the outside as it happens with ammonium derivatives which damage the outside cuticle.
In order to obtain excellent quality without variations as well as a vast range of colors, the hair is subjected to a special process of pigmentation. When not subjected to dye or bleach, virgin hair has the same texture and quality of dark hair.
The new pigment has a clean, empty space to occupy. This ensures that the molecule sits firmly in place and thus the color will not fade out...just like your cashmere sweater!
The color pigments are broken down, but they continue taking up space inside the hair. The bleaching agent also damages the hair, leaving it opaque and fragile.
When conventional de-pigmented hair is dyed, the dye does not manage to cover the molecules, remaining only on the surface. This means that after several washes the color will fade away.