Jace: Team Chat-EXTENDED CLOSURES

A few months ago, we introduced Jace Team Chat into our blogging space. We wanted to provide our employees with a platform to bring their personal Jace experiences (and even some non-Jace related experiences) to our blog readers.

Our first submission comes from our very own Customer Care manager, Patrice. Many of you ladies have worked with her, or had the opportunity to chat with her during our Live events. Now you get to hear from her, directly, about the newest addition to our product line…Extended Closures!!!

 

“Heeeeeeey my fellow Jace ladies!!! (Can you tell how excited I am already? LOL)

 

It is my absolute pleasure to pen this “letter” to you all. If you have been around for awhile, you may remember that I started out as a Jace customer, just like many of you reading this.

I won’t bore you with the details, but after being a loyal customer for some time, God opened the door for me to become a part of the Jace team, and it has been one of the best experiences of my life.

Not only do I get to help you lovely ladies daily, but I also work with some AWESOME people, doing what I love…any and everything hair related!!! 🙂

As much as I love being a part of this fabulous company, I am still very much a “customer” at heart. I get just as excited as you ladies when I see orders going out, tracking numbers becoming active, and ladies getting their Jace tresses in hands. I still love running my fingers through the buttery soft textures, and imagining what looks I would love to try next. (This is probably why I have to force myself to stay out of the production staff’s way. LOL)

However, that does lead me to the purpose of this note. Have you all seen our new EXTENDED CLOSURES?!?! OMG!!! (I am going to do my best to not ramble like the hair junkie I am. LOL) extended-closures-alone

I often joke about how hard it is to stay out of the production area. As you can imagine, seeing all of the beautiful bundles that we ship out to you ladies can be quite distracting to say the least. But I somehow manage to stay on task, day in and day out.

That was until these Extended Closures came along!!! Baybee!!! I have been finding as many excuses as possible to look away from my emails, to stare at production photos of completed Extended Closures!!! (Don’t judge me LOL)

When we first had the meeting discussing offering an option for ladies who like the frontal look, but aren’t quite comfortable with the installation process, or who are just unsure if they are ready to jump straight from closures to frontals, I was beyond interested. Because simply put, I AM THAT GIRL!!

Don’t get me wrong, I love our frontals, but I’m one of the girls Nicole talks about in the “Can I Wear A Frontal?” video we shot. My natural hair line is very thick, and my baby hair area is so close to my eyebrows, placing a frontal for me takes a steady hand, and quite a bit of patience. (The arrows show my natural hair line/edges. As you can see, my hair line comes out rather far, so I have to blend the frontal baby hairs into my own. This is fine, but can be tricky if the textures do not match properly, or if you don’t like to use heavy gels. It’s important to note that I am natural, and a very true 4c texture.)

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And though I was able to make it work, I am still a closure girl at heart. I love the look the frontal provides, but miss the ease that the installation of a closure allows. That is why the Extended Closures are, in my humble opinion, the best thing since sliced bread!!! (A phrase my grandmother used to use LOL).

 

The Extended Closures will allow me to cover the front/forehead area, without having to overly work with the side/edge area. Since I mainly use my frontal to give the no part/flip over look, my sides are usually covered by my bundles anyway. So, I don’t always have a need for the full perimeter coverage that a frontal offers.

 

I absolutely cannot wait until my Wild Child Mild Extended Closure completes. (Yes, we have to wait just like you ladies. No cutting in line allowed, even for employees. LOL)

The Wild Child Mild is one of my favorite textures, and is, in fact, the only texture I use with my Fede bundles. (I won’t get into that, as it is an entirely different subject that I could go on, and on about.)

 

If you haven’t already, I say run, don’t walk, over to our YouTube or Instagram pages to get a closer look at this beautiful blending of a frontal and closure. If you want a little more than a closure, but aren’t quite ready to commit to a frontal, the answer is here…and that answer is an EXTENDED CLOSURE!!!

Thank you for allowing me to gush over my new hair crush item (lol), and I look forward to chatting with you ladies again soon.

 

-Patrice

Customer Care Manager”

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