The Pattern Process
Most hair extension clients crave flat, smooth hair extensions without ridges and scalp problems. That is why the Victoria Strands Method works so well. Victoria Strands utilizes an innovative pattern process that does not involve glue, resins, cornrows or machines.
The Victoria Strands pattern is a unique sewing technique that attaches thread directly onto the client's natural hair. The pattern is laid by using superfine thread. The pattern process is an art in itself because it involves analyzing the shape of your client's head. The result is a pattern of thread throughout the head where strands of hair will be directly attached.
The Stranding Process
The Victoria Strands Method involves attaching a small number of human hair strands to the pattern of superfine thread. Because the hair is applied a few strands at a time, the result is a hair extension that is lightweight and looks and feels completely natural.
The added hair falls and moves in the same way as natural hair because it is proportioned to the natural strength of the client's hair follicles. Many of Victoria Strands’ clients have grown out their natural hair while wearing the hair extensions until they are no longer needed. Thus, unlike the case with competitors' methods, no one will ever know that you are wearing hair extensions, and you can style the hair any way you choose.