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Vanessa: Hi! We're with a hair expert right here Tanya. So she is going to give us another tip about having the prefect hair this fall. We are here, she is treating some hair in Jessica, who has different extension. Let's go ahead, and talk about extensions a little bit. Are extensions in for this season?
Tanya: They are very in for this season. Getting hair extensions is very easily actually. It's easier than it used to be with the pin that takes maybe an hour-and-a-half to two hours to put them in.
Vanessa: How hard is it to get a perfect match for your hair color though?
Tanya: For a hair stylist, it's not that hard because we are used to the color and when we go to the stores where we actually buy the hair, they are experts. So they know to how to match the color perfectly. If you notice here on her color, these here are extensions, it's good to your hair, but you can't really see it. But, you have to be extra careful, it's not like human hair, it's not your hair, it's not part of your head. So you have to detangle it all the time, when you wash your hair, you can go all nice and like in the Pantene commercials.
Vanessa: We can see that her hair is very curly and you're trying to straighten her hair. Is it a trick for example like a lot of people now they use straightening irons and I've heard that you really damage your hair because of the heat.
Tanya: My tip is their hair, it takes the final form when there's only 10% of humidity left. You wash your hair, you blow dry it naturally without putting the brush in it until it's almost dry.
Vanessa: What about if you have complete straight hair and it's very, very flat, and you want to make that hair curly, and you want to add volume to it, what do you recommend we do?
Tanya: There is a lot of products that are especially for the roots. There's I think Jade was talking about the Volume Lift before the Mousse. I love it. And by using different size of brushes, you could go and get different volumes also.
Vanessa: Thank you so much for giving us all of those advices and we really appreciate it, and thanks for my hair.