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Mayvenn is offering to pay for your next hair extensions install! Mayvenn was founded in 2013, thanks to investors like Serena Williams.

Mayvenn, the largest black owned hair extension company in the world, is changing the beauty industry in a big way.

As a first of its kind model, Mayvenn has launched a free install program to pay for your next install visit!

All you have to do is purchase 3 or more bundles, closures or frontals from Mayvenn's online store and Mayvenn will pay for you to get it installed. That's a shampoo, condition, braid down, sew-in, and style, all free!

Mayvenn's Certified Stylists are located in 250+ cities. Just visit the website to find a Mayvenn authorized stylist in your area.

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Mayvenn was created in 2013 by Diishan Imira, who, at the time was selling hair out of his car. Now, the brand is working with more than 50,000 hairstylists in communities of color.

Visit this link for more information.
 

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