Onesa Hair Caters to All Ethnic Hair Types & Religions

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DALLAS -- When it comes to expressing yourself, hair can be an extension of your style, and no one knows that more than Mandy Nembs, owner of Onesa Hair Extensions.

She specializes in making the ladies of different ethnic backgrounds look beautiful.

"For me as a stylist in New York, I had clients of different races different backgrounds and the one problem was we couldn't get hair extensions that exactly match their hair so that's when I had an ah-ha moment," said Nembs.

That "ah-ha" moment took off and led Mandy to cater to all races and create a hair line for women of, basically, all hair types.

"If you don’t apply the right hair type when it rains or when it's cloudy like this hair starts to frizz up and then you can see the difference between the extensions and the persons hair but when you have extensions that match your hair type and texture and color then no one ever knows you're wearing extensions," said Nembs.

“That's one of my favorite feelings putting extensions in someone that is getting them for the first time and just the confidence boost the energy," said Candice Ross.

"I love it, I was excited to try it and try something new and different and think you can try it but it's not permanent and so you can be more playful with it," said Jennifer Kinner.

So no matter what your hair type, Mandy has you covered and will take you from drab to fab!