Studioseven50 Launches its Hair Extension Range in Manchester Arndale

Press Release   •   Aug 08, 2015 18:06 BST

By providing the quality and ethicality normally only reserved for professional salons, Studioseven50 raises the bar for those looking for human hair extensions on the high street.

The range will include ready-to-wear Clip-ins, machine weft hair suitable for Weaving and a mix-and-match colour service that gives the client the freedom to choose more than one tone without paying for several different sets of hair.

Another innovative product soon to launch is quite simply named The Piece, which is the styling aid for hair-up, fishtail plaits and ponytails. Using an exclusive Studioseven50 design, this new addition uses a full head of human hair and does away with the need for bulky clips with its unique, easy-to-use attachment.

All of which will add length, volume or texture for an instant transformation with an outstanding hair quality that doesn’t become dry or tangled over time.

Every strand of our hair is 100% remis, or ‘remy’ as it is more commonly known. This means the hair is gathered with the roots at the top and the ends at the bottom, aligning the hair to be cuticle correct. All of our hair is collected from temples in India, which has been voluntarily sacrificed in a process known as tonsuring.

Studioseven50 provides an instant, ready-to-wear hair extension range that their clients can trust for ethicality and brand superiority.

All products will also be available on our website

For any enquires about our Manchester store contact;

For press enquires contact; Dionne Greenwood

Further information about Studioseven50

Here at Studioseven50 we want you to look and feel every inch the movie star. Our dedication to style and beauty was born out of a desire to innovate and create.

We believe that hair extensions should look, feel and behave as naturally as your own. Our hair extension studio seeks to challenge limitations and demonstrates our years of knowledge in the field. Artificial doesn't have to mean unnatural.