These days, it seems that brands are just lining up to work with Jordyn Woods. Boohoo, Eylure, and Too Faced have all partnered with the model, and now, Woods has another major collab under her belt. This time, she's teaming up with extensions company Easilocks for the Jordyn Woods x Easilocks collection, which is now available on the brand's website.
Woods worked with founder and creative director Shane O’Sullivan for over a year to create this line. The Jordyn Woods x Easilocks collection is made from HD memory fiber hair and consists of three styles: clip-in bangs, a ponytail, and U-Shape full extensions giving you celebrity-level length without celebrity-level price$. The entire range is available in 17 different shades, so if your hair is lighter than Woods's, don't worry, you've got options. Woods is also the first black woman to be the face of an Easilocks collection and considering she's nothing but #hairgoals, it comes as no surprise.
“I have always been a fan of switching between my natural hair to weaves and extensions, and back again. For me, I like to have fun with my hair and change it up regularly to match how I'm feeling and now, with my Easilocks collection, it is easier than ever as these pieces take so little time to put in," Woods said in a statement.
Woods also revealed a trick she likes to employ while she's wearing her extensions. To keep her natural hair in tip-top shape, she uses a hair mask, but instead of covering it with a turban or wrap, she puts her extensions on over her natural hair so she can deep condition while the world is none the wiser. Compare that to my deep conditioning routine: sitting at home on the couch watching Schitt's Creek in a shower cap like the rest of the world.
"Working with Easilocks has been such an honor. I am so excited to be working with a brand that allows you to play around with your look and express yourself with different styles, without costing a fortune.”
Hear that? This won't cost you an arm or a leg. Instead, use them to run (not walk) and get your hands on a set.
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Originally Appeared on Allure