Social Pics: Fuller Hair Rapture Masterclass At Peter Mark

Some of Ireland's well-known faces and Influencers enjoyed an evening of canap's and prosecco at the launch of Rapture hair extensions at Peter Mark Grafton St, last night. On the night Michael Corcoran, Peter Mark educator, hosted a live Raptures Master Class, in which he demonstrated the transforming effects of Rapture on three gorgeous models who were elegantly styled by Ashling Kilduff from The Design Centre, Powerscourt.

Rapture which is created using only real, 100% ethically sourced hair. These lightweight, easy wear extensions use a patented medical adhesive strip system to attach to your hair, meaning there is no beading or bonding which can cause damage to the hair follicle. The lightweight strips won't drag on your natural hair and the overall look is thick, bouncy and healthy looking hair. This patented technology also means there is no tightening or pulling pain, as often experienced by bead or bond extensions.

The Rapture system means that the hair is re-usable. Once you're fitted with Rapture extensions, you own the hair and your Peter Mark stylist will re-fit them for you every 8 weeks or so, to accommodate growth and you will simply be charged for the re-fit, not for new extensions.? From there you can wash and style as usual at home. An added bonus here for those that colour their hair is that Rapture extensions can be so easily applied and removed, meaning you can effortlessly have these extensions temporarily detached for your colour appointment, answering a huge issue many women have with bead or bond hair extensions and coloured hair.

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Rapture are also so simple to fit and style that you can expect to spent just one hour in a Peter Mark hair salon for a full head of extensions.

To speak to a stylist about Rapture, just call or visit your nearest Peter Mark salon. Peter Mark also carry brushes & products that will help you maintain your raptures at home. To find your nearest salon see www.petermark.ie

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