Inanch London Introduce GL Volume for Hair Loss Sufferers

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Uber stylish and extensions specialist salon, Inanch London is now offering the exclusive Great Lengths Volume service.

The Great Lengths Volume piece is designed to build confidence for both women and men suffering from hair loss and thinning. It can also be used to add extra volume, density and colour to clients who wish to wear the piece for fashion purposes. Undetectable when applied, the GL Volume blends into the client’s natural hair leaving a natural and seamless finish.

The GL Volume can be worn for between 4-6 weeks and then must be removed and refitted to ensure it sits and attaches correctly to the natural hair. The lace netting holes ensure that the natural hair can be comfortably looped through and the scalp can breathe. The GL Volume piece is secured to the natural hair with GL Drops which are synthetic keratin drops. These drops are designed to work in tune with the natural structure of the hair and scalp. This is to ensure that the natural hair is preserved and no damage is caused. 

The hair is the same quality as Great Lengths use in their extensions - 100% natural human hair sourced from Indian Temples and processed at the Great Lengths factory in Rome. The hair is hand sewn into the lace netting and knotted to ensure that it does not shed from the GL Volume structure.

As with any specialist service, the application of the GL Volume piece must be carried out by an expert in order to achieve the best and most natural looking results. Multi-award winning hair extensions practitioner, Inanch Emir will be offering this service at Inanch London. Inanch has been specialising in all methods of hair extension attachments for over 15 years and is the only extensionist in the UK to be in "The Hair Awards Hall of Fame" for winning the “Best Extensionist” accolade for three consecutive years in 2013-2016. She is also the first extensionist to have picked up the Great Lengths Gold Trophy accolade at Great Lengths' first ever UK awards back in 2010.

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