The Flat Track Weave is the least damaging and longest lasting application of hair extensions. It is the latest extension method introduced to the industry, as well as a signature extension method of Hair Candy Australia.


The application is simple


The hair extensions are easy to install and perfectly safe to use.


First, the natural hair is weaved with small silicone-lined beads. The microbeads make sure that they do not damage the hair.


The extensions are then sewn into the beads in rows across the head. Start from the bottom and work your way up to the desired row. And that’s it!


Our own brand of hair extensions


We use our own premium European weft hair extensions because they are lightweight, comfortable to wear, and so effortless to tie up or style in a bun.


Using this brand of extensions means they can last up to a year. Preserve the quality and extend the usability by moving and tightening them up every six to eight weeks at a hair salon. For best results, get your extensions done at our hair salon at 340 Hope Island Road, QLD.


The best thing about this method is that it goes with all kinds of hair. So, whatever hair type you have, you are sure to achieve your hair goals by using the Flat Track Weave, in addition to our signature Hair Candy hair extensions.


Hair Candy Hair Extensions Training


We at Hair Candy Australia are passionate about hair – how to style, colour, and care for them. So we created a hair extensions training program called Hair Extension Mastery to teach hairdressers and stylists how to properly apply hair extensions. With so many tutorials and courses out there, there is still very little training available to hair technicians on the right knowledge and tools to use. This is where we come in to help you deliver the best hair results. You can start with our very own Flat Track Weave, which is a much better and safer way of applying hair extensions compared to other methods. Train with us today! Visit us at

August 12, 2020 — Shakira Trzan

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