Hair Extensions
Micro Bead Extensions
Our Micro Bead extensions are top quality Remy hair and are attached to small sections of your own hair with a small silicone-lined bead. The bead is then tightened to hold it in place.

Micro Bead extensions don’t require heat, glue or adhesive and can last for up to three months in the hair.  Hair is reusable, and any extensions that may have slid down or off can be re-fixed again by one of our experienced stylists.

Micro Bead Prices

Micro Bead Hair Extensions

Price List

Full head$700
1/2 head$450
1/4 head$240

Micro Bead Hair Extensions

Price List

Full head$750
1/2 head$500
1/4 head$280

How long does it take to apply?  Depending on hair thickness it will take from 4 – 5 hours

Does this price include a colour? No, we will try to match your colour or the extensions as close as possible but in some cases we will have to colour the extensions or your hair.

Does this price include a cut? Yes

Can the glue damage my hair? No, there is no to very little damage.

What is the difference between Russian and Indian Hair?  Russian hair is not as readily available as Indian hair and is therefore a more expensive and premium product. Because it is Russian hair, each hair strand is finer which suits European hair much better than the Indian hair, it also doesn’t need to be processed or coloured as much as it is usually lighter.

What is Remy hair?  Remy hair is collected in such a way to ensure all strands remain aligned in the same direction to which it has grown. This eliminates tangling problems more commonly found in non-Remy hair.  Because of this method of collection, this type of hair is in short supply and is priced accordingly.

Hair Extensions Maintenance and Care

Caring for your extensions can prolong the life. Follow these steps to get the best from your hair extensions.

  • Do not use low quality shampoo and conditioner that contains any protein or sulphate, or has high alcohol content
  • Concentrate shampoo on own scalp rather than on extensions
  • Concentrate conditioner on extensions – midlengths to ends
  • Using an intense moisture hydrating mask regularly is a necessary part of maintaining extensions
  • Apply oil to midlengths and ends daily
  • Brush hair daily with a boar bristle or no tangle extension brush
  • Apply heat protectant spray (containing no protein and low alcohol content) prior to using heat styling tools
  • Extensions require maintenance every 6-8 weeks to keep the natural hair safe, damage free and manageable
  • It is normal to lose 1 – 5 extensions between maintenance, these can be re-applied ($10 per extension)
  • Dry hair gently with a hairdryer on low-medium heat
  • Always tie hair up when sleeping, a loose plait is best
  • Do not bleach hair extensions, use only a semi-permanent colour to go darker or tone to a similar shade
  • Do not sleep with wet hair
  • When swimming, wear hair in loose plait, never a bun or top knot
  • Rinse hair straight after swimming in chlorine or salt water
  • Avoid washing hair for 48-72 hours following tape in and skin weft hair extension application
  • After extension application wear the extensions in a low pony tail and low hairstyles only for the following week
My favourite hair dressers in Tauranga! I’ve had multiple stylists at this salon and always walk away happy. They transformed my dark brown hair to a healthy & non brassy ombré so well. Staff are reliable to always recommend the perfect product I’m looking for. Couldn’t recommend this salon enough!
Katie BoardMarch 2018
I’ve been coming to see Corina and the team of lovely ladies for the past 3 years and I’m always blown away with what they do for me and how they make me feel. There’s a saying that says, ‘you go through the struggles of life… and then you find the right hairdresser’ and this is the pinnacle of how it is coming to Hair to stare at.
As a regular client I continue to feel special. Corina you have a great team and I love coming in to see you all and wouldn’t go to anyone else with my hair.
Love from a very happy red head x
Kimberley TipperJanuary 2018