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So you want to get hair extensions? You’ll need to find a stylist to install them and maintain them for you. But you don’t want just any stylist--you want someone who is experienced, skilled, and in your price range.

One of the best ways to find a great stylist is through a recommendation. Ask a friend who has a similar hair type and style to yours and ask her who her stylist is. Ask someone who has had hair extensions who their stylist is.

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Usually, hair extension training is not included in a basic cosmetology license, so you can’t go to just anyone. The first thing to find out from a potential stylist is whether or not they are certified and have experience with hair extensions.

Before it comes time to pick a stylist, you want to make sure their services are going to be in your price range. Don’t be shy about asking for a general price quote. It can be tricky to get an exact price estimate without an in-person consultation, but you should be able to get a ballpark figure.

There are thousands of highly qualified stylists out there, ready to make your hair extension experience worthwhile. You just need to find one that fits you!