Gold Fever Hair Extensions

If you follow me on social media you may have seen that I shared some pics this week of my new hair 🙂 I am so so delighted with it. I got a full head of hair extensions applied by the amazing team at Gold Fever.
Gold Fever is an exclusive, new premium hair extensions brand that is set to be the biggest name in hair extensions.  Having only just launched this month, the brand is set to become the market leader in no time and for good reason. Why? Well besides the obvious, that they look and feel incredibly good, Gold Fever is completely unique in the industry in that it is the only company in the world that has full ownership of its own supply chain, from sourcing to processing and delivery of the final product. Gold Fever has personal oversight of every aspect of the products creation allowing them to guarantee that their hair is the best ethically sourced hair on the planet. The new Gold Fever Protein Tips ™ also bring hair extension technology to the next level so the quality is, without doubt, beyond comparison.
Gold Fever is brought to you by the very inspirational Katie-Jane Gold (The winner of The Young Businesswoman of the Year 2013 in the  Image Businesswomen Awards)

Katie Jane Gold

Katie Jane Gold

Through her experience over the last few years and having watched her brother David Gold, Founder of Great Lengths International and pioneer of the modern hair extension industry, personally design, develop and implement almost all of the manufacturing & technology based breakthroughs and developments seen in the industry over the course of the last two decades, Katie-Jane felt compelled to resume her family’s tradition of a lifelong commitment to excellence in hair.

Before & After

I had a full head of Gold Fever Hair Extensions applied using a blend of three different colour tones to match identically to my own hair. I think that is one of the things I am most impressed by – The incredible colour match. I don’t have a colour in my hair but I have quite a few natural blonde and red tones going through it and they were able to match that perfectly, without applying any colour to my own hair.  So, no matter your hair shade you can be completely guaranteed they will be able to match it perfectly.
I have very very limp, lank and straight hair. It’s impossible to do anything with, and if I am going out I have to have velcro rollers in it for ages and back comb the life out of it, so more than anything what I have always wanted was a little bit of volume. Yes, I deffo have some extra length too, but nothing massive (I went for the 16 inch version) which is exactly what I wanted. The lengths available range from 10 inches to 22 inches, so whether you have very short hair and want a small bit of length or even just some volume or whether you want really long, lesion locks, Gold Fever can do it. They finished off my hair with an Instyler to give the curled, wavy ends ( I just bought one too and can’t wait to us it!!) Find out more about the Instyler here
At the moment only select salons have Gold Fever Hair Extensions including Shush Hair Design in Rush, Co Dublin, Cowboys & Angels, Ceira Lambert and a few others. Visit for more info. Over the next couple of months you will start to see more salons being added to the list.

The Campaign

The completely gorgeous Georgia Salpa & Rosanna Davison are the faces of the global campaign right now (Watch the behind the scenes video here– It’s amazing)
Other famous Irish ladies rocking Gold Fever Hair Extensions at the moment include; Roz Purcell, Holly Carpenter, Stephanie Roche, TV3’s Xpose presenter Lisa Cannon, Emma O’Driscall, Nikki Hayes, Roz Lipset, Suzanne Jackson and RTE’s Blathnaid Tracey.
For more information on Gold Fever visit their website here or find them on Facebook here
I’ll keep you posted how I get on with mine over the next few months!
‘Til next time
Naomi xx

Naomi Clarke is the owner and creator of The Style Fairy. Naomi, a qualified fashion stylist and personal shopper has over 12 years experience in fashion, personal shopping, blogging, styling and PR both in Ireland and abroad. Having spent 2 years working in the fashion industry in Sydney and then in Singapore, Naomi relocated back to Dublin to set up her own business in 2013 and so began The Style Fairy.