Lush Hair Extensions Ultimate Ombré Hair

I was contacted by Lush Hair Extensions to ask if I wanted to review an item of choice from their website being that my hair is currently in a (soon to end) ombré style it was a great opportunity to trial their Ultimate Ombré collection, I was helpfully colour matched - for free - by their team in the style & I chose the length, 20" Clip In Human Hair Extensions Ombre #8/18 Light Brown / Ash Brown.
Within the packaging you get:
2 x 8" wide weft (4 clips attached)
2 x 6" wide weft (3 clips attached)
2 x 4" wide weft (2 clips attached)
2 x 3" wide weft (2 clips attached)
2 x 2" wide weft (1 clip attached)
That's 10 pieces and 205 grams of hair. Woo that's a lot of hair.
My experience with the hair has been pretty good, there's been limited shedding, always a positive sign. It takes heat well, I ran through the hair just to blend my hair with the extensions and there wasn't any change in the texture, 180 degrees and below is recommended! Surprisingly for me, wearing all 10 pieces didn't cause a problem. you can see me wearing all the hair in this post too. The ombré itself is done beautifully, blending seamlessly and looks professional enough for me. Currently there's only 3 different ombré colours, it'll be nice to see this grow. I've not yet washed the bundle of hair but they recommend to use a mild shampoo & a good conditioner and rinse in tepid water and allow to dry naturally and before styling use hair serum. Dry shampoo is a good alternative to use between washes to keep it refreshed. If you do want to colour the hair, semi-permanent is to be used only. The type of hair is European Remy, that's hair I've never had before, the hair is silky, I'm comparing it to other types of hair I've had before and this one is silky but like there's a film over it to make it that way but it's described to be Salon Grade A hair and from what I've learnt that's what occurs a stripping and film process.