Hair Extension Q & A'
Q: How many strands of hair do I need for a full head?
A: The average head of hair takes between 4 and 6 packs (100 – 200 strands). However, depending on the length of the client’s hair, as well as the thickness this can vary.
Someone with a short bob, for example may use as many as 10 packs where as someone with shoulder length hair may only need 4.
Q: What color should I choose?
A: Mari Ari offers 35 colors to choose from in a wide variety of shades and levels. Remember, because the hair is 100% human you can also color the hair to a level
of your choice. For a list of our colors visit our website (www.MariAriHair.com) to view our Color Ring. Or you can purchase a Color Ring to help make the decision.
Q: What is the difference between I-Tip and Keratip Extension?
A: The I-Tip method is also known as the beading method. It involves tiny aluminum or cooper beads created to hold the hair in place. It also alleviates the use of heat
and glue making the removal process much easier. The Keratin U-Tip Extension method is commonly referred to as the “Fusion” method.
Q: How many strands come in a pack?
A: Mari Ari’s I-tip and Keratip packs include 32 to 48 strands per pack. Quantity depends directly on the hair length. Mari Ari hair goes by 1oz each bundle not a piece.
Each piece weights around 0.8g – 1g,
Q: What can I do with my hair once the extensions are on?
A: Basically anything you would do with your own hair. From curling to blow-drying, flat-ironing and coloring. Just remember to always take very good care of it and
your hair will last a long time and look and feel great.
Q: Can I brush my hair with extensions in place?
A: Yes! With a very affordable hair extension loop brush. We recommend requiring each new customer to purchase one to ensure proper care and maintenance for the hair.
Q: What makes our company's hair the best?
A: The single most important issue to ensure the hair is top quality sourcing.
All of Mari Ari hair is from Remy to Virgin Hair condition collected only from young and healthy people.