We Care Much More Than Lengths & Thickness

Supporting Scalp Health through Thoughtful Extension Practices


Why adopting a rational & natural way of hair extension use?

We value individual beauty and understand the desire for long, thick hair. Hair extensions should be used wisely and not as the sole measure of beauty. In this age of diversity, we promote a healthy and rational approach to using hair extensions as a beauty aid, discouraging excessive pursuit of length, thickness, and extreme effects. This why we provide halo extension, ponytail extension, and 7-pieces clip-ins of natural volume.

Our brand prioritizes health and sustainability. We choose high-quality materials and eco-friendly production processes to ensure a safe hair extension experience. By minimizing processing, we preserve natural texture, allowing your scalp to breathe and your hair to shine with health.

True beauty comes from inner confidence and health.


Why Our Extensions Are Healthy Hair?

Healthy hair extensions has four main characteristics:

1. Tough: It is strong, flexible, and free of split ends. It can lift about 100 grams and has strength similar to a metal wire. Injured hair is weaker, less elastic, and prone to breakage and split ends.

2. Moisture: Healthy hair retains around 10% moisture in a mild environment and absorbs only about 15% of its weight in moisture when wet. Damaged hair loses moisture easily, causing frizz, static, and flyaways. When wet, damaged hair absorbs excess moisture, up to 200% of its weight.

3. Soft: Healthy hair feels soft, smooth, and easy to comb without tangles. It has a satiny texture, not dry or greasy. Injured hair feels dry, brittle, and prone to knotting and styling difficulties.

4. Shiny: Healthy hair has vibrant, full color, giving it a shiny and voluminous appearance. Injured hair appears light, dull, and straw-like.


What is Healthy Hair?

Hair is composed of four main parts: hair papillae, hair follicles, hair roots, and hair shaft. The characteristics and functions of hair depend on the hair papillae, hair follicles, and sebaceous glands beneath the scalp's surface. The hair follicle, located within the dermis, consists of the inner and outer hair root sheaths and the hair bulb. The inner hair root sheath is the layer next to the hair during the late growth phase. The hair papilla, connected to capillaries and nerve endings, is situated at the base of the hair follicle. Epidermal cells continuously divide and differentiate at the hair follicle's base, forming various hair components like the cortex, epidermis, and medulla. The sebaceous glands produce sebum, which is secreted through ducts and coats the hair as it passes through them. Sebum provides natural protection, shine, and waterproofing properties to the hair.

Daily shampooing tips


Step 1

Brush your hair before washing it