Featured in The Tease

Oct 23 2020 6 Comments

Laced Hair Founder and CEO, Lacy was featured in The Tease, a digital destination for all things hair, beauty and pop culture.

"Through smart, candid reporting, our editors keep professionals and prosumers on-trend and in-the-know with exclusive editorial content, visuals and podcasts. Our conversations are meant to push boundaries, spark creativity and, of course, always remain a Tease." 

Lacy opened with, "Through everything, there’s one thing I’m sure of. Women will give up almost anything before giving up their extensions."and continued to explain how during the United States recession in 2008-2010 she never had clients leave her chair despite financial hardships. In 2010 Lacy started Laced Hair Extensions. She quotes, "Laced has blossomed into something I never imagined. I’ve come from selling my hair to close friends to shipping hair globally in multiple methods and textures, plus educating stylists all over the world in my techniques." 

Lacy further gives insight about her experience with her multiple sclerosis and quotes, "When I initially went through treatment for my brain tumor and eventual Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis, I lost nearly 70% of my hair. I was left with extremely fine, thin hair and badly damaged confidence."

She continues with, "The women that surrounded me during these treatments mirrored similar reactions and struggles during their own health journeys, inspiring me to start the Laced Hair Foundation to gift extensions to those who have fallen upon difficult times. Every time I meet and interact with a nominee, the transformative power of a full head of long, beautiful hair becomes that much more clear."

Along with the Laced Hair Foundation, Lacy concludes the article with her Laced Hair Salon staff,

"I also take the success of the stylists who work locally at my salon very seriously. Because of this, I was nervous about keeping my full staff on as we went into the pandemic. Luckily, extensions proved their staying power yet again, and I was able to keep every single stylist with full books immediately upon reopening. In fact, 2020 is on track to improve upon 2019’s performance for all aspects of Laced."

She ends the interview with, "When it comes to extensions, there will always be a new trend, method or go-to look. The real test of a stylist’s staying power is their ability to grab onto this ever-changing market and hold on like crazy."

Check out the full article here: https://www.thetease.com/extensions-a-recession-proof-industry/


Laced Hair Extensions is a premium 100% Remy Human Hair Extension brand founded by CEO, Lacy Gadegaard- West. Laced Hair offers Machine Sewn Wefts, Hand Tied Wefts, Tape-in Extensions, Clip-ins, Keratin Bond, I-Tip Extensions as well as hands on education via our Academy Training Courses.

If you are a Licensed Cosmetologist who would like to stand out and advance in your career, the Laced Hair Academy is for you! The Laced Hair Stylist Locator provides easy discoverability for our Laced Hair Certified Stylists across the nation. Our headquarters and Laced Hair Salon are located 30 minutes from Downtown Salt Lake City, Utah with educators located throughout the U.S and Canada.

The Laced Hair Foundation is our nonprofit organization founded by our founder and CEO, Lacy Gadegaard- West. It exists to empower women suffering from hair loss with confidence by providing extensions for its recipients at no charge. Whether you are looking for premium hair extensions or want to further your career by taking our education course, we welcome all our #lacedhairbabes with open arms in our inclusive culture and community. We are proud to have equipped thousands of women with confidence across the globe.

Follow us on social media @lacedhairextensions and @lacedhairfoundation for exclusive news and content!



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