Hair Extensions

Gold Fever Hair Extensions


Gold Fever Hair Extensions exclusively use Indian hair of the finest quality that is 100% Ethical & Traceable. We personally oversee what we buy and how it is processed in our new bespoke facilities, thus ensuring that only the highest quality product is brought to market.


Thick & Luxurious

Gold Fever Hair strands are thick and luxurious, all the way down, and without the “stringy” ends regularly encountered in today’s market place. “Stringy” ends in a strand occur when the individual hairs that make up that strand are of noticeably different lengths. The word “Taper” defines the difference between the shortest and the longest hair in an individual strand.

The greater the taper the less expensive is the raw material at source since large quantities of short hair would be present. The greater the amount of short hairs in a strand the more hair strands that would be needed to achieve volume at the ends. Gold Fever removes these short hairs in order to permit fabulous and luxurious volume at the ends and with less strands having to be purchased in order to achieve this.

Double Drawn

Double drawn hair refers to hair that has undergone a procedure in order to remove the short regrowth hair referred to above. The individual hairs in double drawn hair are substantially of the same length. It stands to reason that, since raw hair is sold by weight and length, double drawn hair is substantially more expensive and valuable than single drawn hair which, as mentioned, contains large quantities of short hair. Larger quantities of raw hair need to be purchased in order to achieve significant quantities of long and even length double drawn hair. This hair is much more suitable for the creation of a quality hair extension application in so far as it permits the desired volume in the scalp area and at the same time achieving the desired fullness at the ends. This minimises the amount of strands required and also results in a much more comfortable experience for the wearer.

Superior Quality

Gold Fever removes the short hairs from the raw material before processing and producing hair strands. The result of this is hair with the same thickness from the top of the strand all the way to the bottom, minimising the amount of short hair ,i.e. taper, in the strand and allowing us to provide the most luxurious, fullest, premium quality hair strands available on the market. Since Gold Fever hair strands provide considerably more volume at the ends less strands are needed to achieve the desired results.

Eco Friendly & Organic Hair treatment

The world of chemicals has changed significantly towards eco-friendly and organic products and we were quick to recognise just how much more effective and gentle they were on the hair. This also happily resonated with our passion towards respecting our environment. The result is a quality of hair far superior to anything we, with all our experience in the hair industry, have ever encountered.

Gold Fever Genuine Remis Hair

This hair is called Remis which is in fact a French word derived from “remettre en ordre” which means “to sort out”. In the hair industry remis hair should imply that all the hair is healthy, with its cuticle intact and all cuticle facing in the same direction just as hair grows on a person’s head. The fact that the hair is all facing in the same direction is vital in the avoidance of tangling and matting since cuticles facing in opposite direction to one another would act very much as Velcro and thus get caught on one another.

Mother Nature intended the hair to have cuticle since it locks in the right amount of humidity, strengthens the hair and protects it from adverse environmental conditions. Healthy hair with its cuticle intact will have an attractive natural sheen to it. The cuticle layer of the hair is primarily where the colour molecules are present and thus this quality of hair will be extremely more resistant to colour fading than hair without cuticle. The healthier the cuticle the more the hair will hold a curl or a perm and the less likely it is to dry out after chemical procedures or exposure to the elements.

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