What is NBR™?
Updated: Feb 11, 2019
What a Wild Week!
I am sitting on my bed on a beautiful and cool Sunday evening. I am attempting to recover from a week long trip to Huntington Beach California. Needless to say I am Jet Lagged! All for a fantastic reason though!
I attended for the second time in a year the BMS Convention. What is that you ask? It is where I get refueled!
A hands on, in depth, intensive training for
Natural Beaded Row™ Extensions!
300+ hair artists from around the world met up at the beautiful Pasea Hotel for 3 days of classes that started at 8am and ended at 9pm! Sounds crazy right? Well, lets be honest, we hair artists can be a little crazy sometimes.
I attended this convention with one of my stylists, Elizabeth. Together we spent about 15-20 hours working on just the hair extensions. Let me tell you it is not easy and it takes a lot of patience and passion to perfect something like this. We enjoyed every minute of it. The rest of class was all about our clients. How we as artists can make this the best experience for you!
So What is NBR™ Exactly?
Well, NBR™ stands for Natural Beaded Rows™. An exclusive hair extension method created by a woman named Danielle K. White. About 10 years ago she, a hair artist herself, started perfecting this method after numerous attempts to having natural looking hair extensions.
With NBR™ extensions this is no glue or tape involved, these extensions do less damage, hide better and won't slip out! I use 100% hand tied human boyhem hair. For those of you who have experience with extensions you know what a difference it makes in the type of hair you use. The wefts of hair are super lightweight which gives me better control over placement and allows my clients to have fuller, longer hair. Hand tied hair is for women who want their hair extensions completely undetectable. Who wants their hair extensions to show?
NBR™ extensions are great for creating volume and fullness, but also can add the length my clients have always wanted but just couldn't get because their hair only grows to a certain length.