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Di Biase Hair Extension USA Liquid Line Products


If you have hair extensions, its important to keep them healthy so they last as long as possible. Unlike your natural hair, Hair extensions do not get the oil from your scalp that is needed to keep the hair healthy and conditioned. Di Biase has a wonderful line of products that are specially made for hair extensions. Although I love all of the Di Biase products, I have narrowed it down to my 3 favorites: The Di Biase conditioner, detangler, and professional hair brush. These products are AMAZING!

When Vikki Parman, Co- Owner of Di Biase Hair Extensions USA gave me the conditioner, she said to me: “This conditioner will make your hair feel like no ever conditioner you have ever used before.” She was right! The conditioner comes in a liquid form that you spray on the hair after shampooing. It works immediately to detangle the hair and it leaves your hair extensions so soft and manageable. it worked better than any other conditioner I have used.

The detangler works on both wet and dry hair. It is non-oily and makes brushing your hair like a dream. It is by far the best detangler that I have ever owned. After I towel dry my hair, I will spray the detangler on the ends of my hair in three layers then I will brush through with my Di Biase brush, starting at the ends and working my way up. On the days I don’t shampoo my hair I will spray it on my hair just to make it feel extra soft.

The Di Biase hair brush contains soft bristles that you can brush directly on the scalp. It detangles and smooths the hair. It is a must for hair extensions because it won’t pull or tug on the bonds.

I love these products and I highly recommend them to anyone who has hair extensions! If you would like more information on the products or would like to place an order, Please email or call Di Biase Hair USA directly at (248)489-8900.

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Di Biase Hair Extensions USA- Extensions for Beauty Pageants!

The Miss America Pageant that aired September 14th, 2014 on ABC included Miss Michigan, KT Magavlia as well as Miss Texas, Monique Evans, both wearing Di Biase Hair Extensions USA.

The Mrs. America Pageant that aired August 29th, 2014 on ABC included Mrs. Delaware-Megan Warnick, Mrs. Virginia- Danette Gavin Anderson, Mrs. Texas- Whitney Jarrett Beseda, Mrs. America 2013- Austen Williams, and Mrs. Oklahoma (who was crowned THE NEW MRS. AMERICA 2014!)- Michelle Evans.

Vikki Parman, CEO of Di Biase Hair Extensions USA is privileged to work with these amazing women. They are intelligent, talented, and looked beautiful wearing their Di Biase Hair Extensions!

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Hair Extensions Gone Wrong!


Vikki Parman, the CEO of Di Biase Hair Extensions USA is very passionate about the importance of proper hair extension training. In fact, anyone who wishes to be certified in Di Biase Hair Extensions must complete and pass a comprehensive course involving both theory and hands on application. It is so important to be able to know the correct way to apply fusion hair extensions because if they are applied incorrectly, serious damage of the hair can occur.

Recently, a client came to Vikki for help with her previously applied extensions. As you can see from the photo below, these extensions were applied wrong in so many ways. The previous stylist was not educated or trained in hair extensions. If fact, the client asked the stylist to take a class (and she would even cover the cost!) but the stylist chose not to because “she didn’t have time to take a class”!

This is how the extensions should never be applied!

This is how the extensions should never be applied!

These were fusion bonded extensions. The hair that has been attached to the bond was coming from many different areas of the scalp which has caused matting, tangling, pulling, and tension of the hair and scalp. The previous stylist also did a sloppy job of lining up the extensions correctly in the hair. Its as if stylist carelessly took random hairs from different areas of the head and applied the fusion strands.

After taking out the extensions… this is now the result: breakage, short hairs and thinning hair at the scalp.

This is the result of a bad set of extensions

This is the result of a bad set of extensions

After Vikki took out the bad set of extensions she applied new Di Biase Fusion extensions the correct way.


What a huge difference a trained hair extensionist can make! Extensions that are done correctly look and feel natural and can make a huge difference on the health of the hair. If they are done correctly, no damage will occur. Hair extensions can make an awesome difference in the length and thickness of the hair! If you are considering getting hair extensions, please make sure that your stylist is trained and certified! If you are a stylist, that would like to be trained in Di Biase Hair Extensions please contact Di Biase Hair USA at 248-489-8900 or email

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The Importance of Proper Hair Extension Training

Di Biase Hair Extensions USA offers a 2 day training certification class to ensure that the future Di Biase hair extensionists receive the proper training needed to apply extensions the correct way.

Negative comments about extensions in general are almost always the fault of the technician and not the hair! Some people who have hair extensions may experience patchy bare areas and breakage. This can be caused by the stylist not applying the extensions properly.

Hair extensions that are too heavy and/or are too tight can cause breakage and hair damage. It is important for the hair extension strand to never be heavier than the weight of the hair you are attaching it to. In addition, the hair used to secure the extension must never be wider than the bond. This can cause too much weight and tension on the hair and cause follicle damage.

Di Biase Hair USA is a company that is truly dedicated to doing things the right way. While our affordably priced extensions are top quality remy hair, the bonds are smaller and the hair is lightweight which means less damage to the hair.


Hair on the left: Too much tension causing breakage and hair loss.
Hair on the right: Hair extensions done correctly. flat bonds and no tension. Hair on the right is done by Eric Vaughn

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Chemical Free Haircolor is Now a Reality

Get Chemical free haircolor without harming the environment.

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The quickest way to get the haircolor results you desire without damaging your hair and the environment is with professional salon hair extensions. Ask your hair stylist how to take advantage of hair extensions as an alternative to chemical haircolor. Di BIase Hair Extensions USA offers hair extensions that are safe for your health without causing repercussions to the ecosystem.

Vikki Parman, CEO of Di Biase Hair Extensions USA shares, “Hair extensions are the perfect way to help introduce highlights, lowlights, or fantasy colors without any bleach or haircolor chemistry. The fantasy options are a great addition for a fun look during a party or special event. Try one streak or multiple streaks for a fun new look that requires no bleach or harsh chemicals, meaning no damage to the hair. Many teens, athletes and fans of all ages like to have a few streaks of fantasy haircolor to go with their team colors for sporting events, class reunions, to match prom dresses as well as just for fun”.

The Lowdown on Hair Color Dyes: Most people have no idea what ingredients are in their hair dye. what those chemicals can do to their health and the environment. Many look at the box and see a bunch of unpronounceable words. Worse yet, they may ask a hairstylist who noncommittally shrugs. Why chose to ignore products what could damage your health or the future of the ecosystem?

By taking a closer look at common ingredients in hair dyes, you will gain a deeper understanding of why hair extensions are the safer choice when it comes to haircolor. One common component of hair dye is ammonia which is an environmental toxin and highly harmful to aquatic life. The next chemicals that are quite common in dye are benzene, which is extremely toxic to the environment and coal tar. Coal tar is a known carcinogen, highly toxic to the environment and has been banned in several states when used as a pavement sealcoat. Additionally, hair dyes contain lead acetate, which is bad for the environment and can result in lead poisoning. A common compound known as p-Phenylenediamine (PPD) and also referred to as p-Diaminobenzene, oxidation dye, amino dye and paradye, has strong links to cancer and is harmful to the environment, particularly marine life. Used to improve color adhesion and add gloss, is the environmentally toxic toluene which can increase cell mutations and cause cancer in animals. Repeated exposure can cause damage to the central nervous system, liver and kidneys.

Always In Style Haircolor: Creative color is a huge aspect of the most current hairstyle trends and will accent any great haircut. you will always be able to make a big difference in your hair and image with haircolor artistry. An exciting new trend this eyar is haircolor without the use of chemicals. Semi-permanent and temporary hair extensions are among the top choices for haircolor without chemicals. Fantasy haircolor shades have become a bigger trend in the pasty couple of years for fashionable women of all age. Try some of the bold reds and blues to give your hair an edgy appearance or for a softer look, there is an array of pastel options. There are always the more saturated bright haircolor shades that may be added in the salon with bonded, adhesive or clip-in hair extensions!

Parman notes, “Try something different with a few hair extension accent pieces every few months to stay fashionable. Whether you try pink for Valentine’s Day, green for St. Patrick’s Day and for special events, the seasonal opportunities are endless. Wearing colorful salon clip in, adhesive or bonded hair extensions as accents will show off your fashionable opetions, as well as to build your stylish image and self- confidence!

Join the Extended Revolution! Di Biase Hair Extensions USA offers a wide variety of 100% human Remy Hair extensions with bonded, adhesive and clip-in application techniques. To find a salon near you and for more information on Di Biase Hair Extensons USA, Call 248-885-4748 or visit

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How to Prevent Hair from Frizz


Is the humid weather causing your hair to frizz up? Here’s a few tips on how to keep hair smooth and frizz free.

What causes frizz? When hair is dry and porous it craves moisture. It will act like a sponge and absorb moisture from the air. The moisture in the hair changes the hydrogen bonds which are responsible for holding styled hair straight or curly. When moisture is added- the hydrogen bonds break. The hair will swell up and its natural state will be seen. Now all that time you spent straightening or curling your hair was pointless. The best thing to do to prevent humidity from wrecking your hairstyle is to add products to the hair that will provide a protective barrier against the humidity.

  • Shampoo and condition hair with products designed for smoothing out the hair. I love Pureology super smooth shampoo, conditioner and treatment masque.  Its sulfate free, gentle and contains soothing oils of Camellia, Sesame, and Shea Butter. Once a week, apply the deep conditioner to the hair. First towel dry the hair, then apply the product- wait 5 minutes and rinse with cool water.  If your hair is fine or thin- try not to get too much conditioner on your scalp- focus mainly on the ends so hair is not weighed down.
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    Pureology Super Smooth

  • Before blow-drying your hair, apply a product that contains ingredients like silicone, dimethicone, or argon oil. (These ingredients repel water). Section the hair in 3 sections before applying the product to make sure it is evenly distributed. I love Kerastase Nutritive Oleo-Relax.  It contains anti frizz ingredients that work well with keeping the frizz down. These ingredients also protect the hair from heat damage from the flat iron or curling iron.

    Kerastase Oleo-Relax

    • After styling the hair. Apply a finishing spray. I love Big Sexy Hair’s Weather Proof. It’s a high-performance humidity resistant spray that contains polymers that, when sprayed on hair, create a shield of protection against humidity.  Watch out for hairsprays with too much alcohol content.  Too much alcohol can cause the hairs cuticle to swell up- making it easier to become frizzy. Moroccan Oil’s hairsprays are also great for frizzy hair.

Big Sexy Hair’s Weather Proof

  • Get a keratin treatment. Keratin treatments are a perfect remedy for anyone with fly-aways, frizz, or curly hair who likes to wear their hair straight. This treatment makes it easier to blow dry the hair straight and will save a lot of time when styling.  The stylist will apply keratin to the hair (keratin is found naturally in the skin, nails and hair) and will seal it to the hair with the use of a flat iron. The keratin will coat the hair protecting it from any type of frizz causing humidity. The treatment will last about 3 to 4 months.
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How to Get Rid of Damaged Hair


Hair that has been over processed by color, perms, and heat styling tools can cause hair to feel dry and straw like. This can make it difficult to maintain the length, health, and shine. Here’s a few tips to transform your tresses back into healthy shiny hair.

  • Change up your routine.- Play it safe when styling with the flat iron/curling iron. Always remember to use a heat protectant. Flat irons can heat up to 450 degrees. (That’s the temperature a cook will fry an egg, without some cooking spray that egg will burn to a crisp). Without protecting your hair with a heat protectant, it WILL burn and become dry and brittle. Use Redken Iron Silk, Moroccan Oil Heat Styling Protection, or Kerastase Thermique. These all are great heat protectants. Section the hair and apply the product making sure it is evenly distributed. It’s also important to set the temperature according to your hair type. If it is normal/thin, don’t go over 350 degrees.
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    Moroccan Oil Heat Protectant

  • Use caution when coloring your hair. Anytime the hair is lightened, it will damage it to some degree. If you have highlights and want to retouch them, make sure your stylist doesn’t go over what has already been lightened with the haircolor (unless you want to go lighter).
  • Although changing up your style can be fun, it can also be damaging if going from one extreme to another. For example, if your hair is brown and you decide to go blonde, it is usually an easy process and shouldn’t be too damaging…but lets say you decide to go darker again with hair color, then decide you are too dark and want to be blonde again…watch out cause your hairs going to feel like straw. So keep in mind not to change your color up drastically TOO often. Adding some colorful hair extensions can be a healthy alternative for changing up the color without chemical damage.
  • Brush your hair starting from the ends up to your scalp.
  • Try this at home conditioning treatment- First start out with a deep conditioner. Damaged hair lacks protein and moisture. You will need to use a deep conditioner that is packed with protein and moisture. ( Use Moroccan oil Intense Hydrating Masque or Kerastase Masquintense Treatment.) If you have hair extensions, try not to get any conditioner near the bonds of the extensions.
  1. Shampoo hair
  2.  Towel dry hair and apply Redken’s CAT protein treatment. This treatment contains patented taurine technology and cationic proteins to help reconstruct and prevent future damage without weighing down the hair. Spray the product evenly through hair. (the product will create a slight lather). Leave on for 5 minutes. Rinse and repeat if needed.
  3. Towel dry hair again, apply a deep conditioner. (Moroccan oil or Kerastase is recommended).
  4. Leave on for 15 minutes. TIP- After applying the treatment, clip up your hair and cover with a shower cap or a plastic bag. Wrap a towel around your head and use the blow dryer on HIGH heat to warm up your hair. Applying heat will open the hair’s cuticle causing the treatment to sink into the hair better.
  5. Rinse with cool water.


Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask


Redken Cat Treatment


Kerastase Masquintense

You will need to change up your routine with styling your hair to make sure it stays healthy… Don’t use the flat iron/curling iron every day (try to use it 2-3 times a week at the most), apply argon oil to your ends/damaged areas to help keep moisture in your hair, use a dry shampoo in between shampoos to make your style last a day or 2 longer, and put a treatment on your hair once a week.

Remember, it is important to always use good quality salon brands. Even though they are more expensive, they will pay off in the long run by making a huge difference on the look and feel of your hair.

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A Safe Solution to Haircolor Without Damage



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Professional salon hair extensions will provide your clients with safe solutions for hair color highlights without any risk of chemical damage to the hair. You can offer hair extensions for thin hair that lacks volume. Some salon clients may experience damage to their hair after several haircolor or chemical service sessions. Clients may strive for temporary color and highlights yet do not want to commit to permanent haircolor or any chemical based services. Over years of having these services your clients hair may experience more breakage than normal. Hair extensions can provide a safe new option for these clients to continue to have the style, haircolor, or highlights they love.

Different Types of Di Biase Extensions

DIfferent Types of Di Biase Hair Extensions