HIS & HER HAIR UNVEILS NEW OMBRE HAIR EXTENSIONS

September 29, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
Los Angeles, CA - His & Her Hair, one of the leading purveyors of real and synthetic hair pieces and wigs, unveiled a new line of ombre hair extensions. Ombre is currently one of the most popular hair trends seen on many A-list celebrities and trendsetters. The unique look of ombre, which transitions from dark to light, is eye-catching, flattering and feminine. Now this popular look is available in the form of hair extensions for weaving.

The ombre hair extensions from His & Her Hair come in a variety of textures, lengths and colors. Stylists can choose from silky straight texture, the most popular French Refined texture, and French Bodywave. The 50% Italian Mink® hair extensions have a soft and fine texture that beautifully complements natural hair. Women can choose from straight styles or curl the hair extensions for seductive waves and flirty curls.

These hair extensions are made from 100 percent real human hair, ideal for weaving. The hair is softer, finer and has more body than traditional hair extensions. This natural texture is very manageable and perfect for creating flattering looks that will enhance any personal style. These hair extensions can be easily set with a blow dryer, curling iron or rollers for a beautiful look.

Ombre hair extensions from His & Her Hair are ideal for any occasion from a formal event, to a night out on the town. With exceptional quality and a natural look, women can enjoy this exciting new hair trend without having to permanently dye their hair. Hair extensions from His & Her Hair are known for their quality and affordable prices and the new ombre styles are no different. These hair extensions from His & Her Hair are a great way to experiment with color and play up an ordinary style.

To shop for ombre hair extensions, visit www.hisandher.com, or call 1- 800- 421- 4417.

About His & Her Hair Goods Co.
His & Her Hair Goods Co. was established in 1962 under the name of K & A Industrial Company and handled 100 percent human hair products, hair extensions, wigs, etc. In 1973, K & A Industrial Company changed its name to His & Her Hair Goods Company and moved to 5377 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. Since then, His & Her Hair Goods Company has introduced many fine hair products for weaving and braiding, and is known the world over for its diversity in textures, lengths and colors.