Stardust Hair Extensions: No Faux Fur for You

With hair extensions so popular, it’s a little surprising that some companies make them for people with hair that’s not real.

But that could be changing.

For example, St. Martins hair extensions are now made from real braid hair and the company has developed its own version of the original.

For $129, it comes with a clip and is made from a proprietary braid-style material.

It also comes with instructions for how to make your own extensions, and they are available online for about $150.

“You can really feel the quality of the product,” says the company’s chief technology officer, Andrew Miller.

“There’s nothing fake about the material.”

A similar product is also available online.