café TEA42 in Northern Quarter. On my arrival,
I was handed a tasty raspberry Prosecco! You know how much I love Prosecco! Before
I made my move to the table, I was asked to pose for a picture ( and I didn’t
know it will be used against me later on;) In a good cause I must say! I have
to admit how impressed I was with the venue. TEA42 is designed to bring the boutique
feeling with touch of quirky elements but finishing with chic girly touches. It
perfectly matched the Koko Couture brand! Spot on venue!
After I made way to table, we were given introduction to the
brand and the brand manager talk about their products. Koko Couture is known
for distinctive fashion pieces and hair extensions, and on the event we focused
on the hair. I used to wear hair extensions in the past. I wore many types,
from natural Remy, synthetic to expensive Russian. I must say, when it comes to hair extensions I
am the Pro! While back being blond, I wore extensions very often and stopped
since I got pink hair, as I was failing miserably in finding the right shade! While browsing through Koko Couture displayed
hair I had my gasp.. .moment! I actually spotted the perfect pink shade! What a
surprise! We were asked previously to choose a shade and I went for silver, as
I thought this would create an interesting result. I was very impressed how the stylists matched
the other bloggers hair perfectly! You couldn’t
tell! Koko Couture extensions are made with highest quality synthetic
fibres that can be heated up to 180 degrees which means, you can curl them, straighten
them, whatever you like! I remember back years when I had once done a synthetic
hair extensions I took them off faster than they were put on! It was awful quality;
you could tell it looked fake. Here, I
totally fell in love with Koko Couture extensions! Just the fact the they cost
£12 -£20 for extensions and £22-£25 for half wig, make me love them more. You
know how I love quality and good price!
personal consultations, where they applied the extensions for us, explaining
step by step how to do it at home. My extensions was basically a half wig were
the hair with sewn to a lace on the back. After literally just a few clicks, a perfect
wave of pink locks fell on my arm making me feel like Ariel, the little Mermaid
with the difference that my locks were pink! I was genuine impressed! It felt
pretty heavy but I absolutely loved it! The back of the hair is sewn to a lace
and layered it looks soo pretty! Check out my looks! I know you going to love
it as well!
I have also spotted few decent clothing pieces and handbags!
Koko Couture has stunning collection in affordable prices! I instantly fell in
love with white oversized clutch and dark washout denim jacket with chain
detail! ( Watch this space for my OOTD from Gran Canaria!) I was also kindly
gifted few colours from their pastel selection! I can’t wait to show you more
how I wear it so keep watching my Instagram for updates!