Saturday, April 18, 2015

Indique Virgin Hair Extensions are coming to Philly

In the world of weaves, Indique Virgin Hair Extensions are a big deal.

Indique Virgin Hair Extensions are coming to Philly

In the world of weaves,  Indique Virgin Hair Extensions are a big deal.

A favorite of Philly songstress, Jill Scott; model Chanel Iman; singer, Ciara and countless reality TV personalities, Indique's brand of virgin hair adds mucho volume in the form of long  waves or loose, Afro curls. Indique hair can be clipped in, weaved in, or infused in all hair types.  The store is opening Saturday at 1607 South Street.

Word is that Indique is 100 percent human hair from India. It's never been chemically processed and it's remy. Remy is sewn or bonded into the weft in the same direction hair grows giving wearers the most natural look possible.

We are talking top quality tresses.

Dare I say "good?"

A hair boutique with such huge celebrity following - Lady Gaga was among the first high-profile Indique hair wearers - is a big deal for Philadelphia. The brand was founded in 2007 by stylist, Ericka Dotson and Krishan Jhalani. Dotson simply wanted better quality hair for her clients.

Come check out the grand opening from noon to 4 p.m. Those that stop in will get a 20 percent discount. Normally the hair costs $79 to $310 a tube and most need two tubes for a full head.

Happy Weaving!

*For full details on the store opening celebration, click here.


Elizabeth Wellington in the Inquirer's Fashion Writer.


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I’m a Libra so I’m all about pretty things. We of the scales sign know what we like, and our standards are high.

So I can’t help but love fashion – one day I will get that Diane von Furstenberg wrap and those Christian Louboutin shoes.

And fragrances? My favorite right now is Chanel Mademoiselle. As for makeup, can we say MAC?

So let’s thank the Greek goddess of beauty, Aphrodite, that a true fashionista can find everything she needs right here in Philly.

I’ve covered fashion here for six years, and I have traveled to New York, Los Angeles and Paris to write about local and national designers. Let me tell you, there is no place where people wear midnight Eagles green or Phillies red with such wild abandon as they do on the west side of the Ben Franklin Bridge.

Sound familiar? This blog is for you.

Elizabeth Wellington Fashion Columnist
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