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This week’s People Magazine features Kate Gosselin with a brand new do, banishing that god-awful spikey mess she had going on before. I’m not a Kate Gosselin fan by any means but you got to hand it to her, she looks good. Ted Gibson spent 20 hours working with Kate to apply the Great Lengths extensions she’s now sporting.
Greath Lengths uses human hair and doesn’t compromise the integrity of one’s natural hair. It is a salon-only process as stylists need to be certified to apply them. It uses one of two options: thermal or cold fusion. The thermal system uses a heated applicator and the cold fusion system uses ultrasonic vibration instead of heat. There’s also 45 shades of hair to choose from. Only drawback? This will cost you $750-$4,000 depending on the amount of hair used and your desired result. You can find out more information on Great Lengths here.
What do you think of Kate’s new hair? Have you or would use hair extensions? Let us know in the comments.