I've had Odisho extensions at 2 different salons, it's the only brand I tried so far. I stopped going to the first salon thinking it was their fault and went to Exsalonce. First experience there was fine. 2nd experience was absolutely terrible. i got my last extensions put in in mid November. i have very dry, thick hair. i use extensions for brighter, fresher blond and healthier lengths. i've been getting extensions since 2013. Everytime my stylist could not believe how long they lasted (6-8 months). The reason is that i use dry shampoo, wash my hair hardly every 3 weeks, take very good care of them and i have thick, dry hair. So i hardly start losing a strand or 2 after about 3-4 months. What changed this time ? Upon my last apptmt, i called Jamie @ Exsalonce about 3 times asking when i could come in after my keratin treatment. i personally was worried but she asked Jessie and told me it would be perfectly ok if i came in 5-7 days after keratin. i double and triple checked and she said it's totally fine. i still had keratin treatment done 7 days ahead just to be on the safe side. That was the first time i had it done this close to the extension apptmt. But they DID SAY it's ok if it's 5-7 days. Now, mid january, i started losing about 1 strand every 48 hours, then 1 everyday. it's heartbreaking. I paid a huge amount of $. In fact, at Exsalonce they apply the keratin bonds flat, not in cylinders, supposedly so that they don't bother us when we lay down. Wrong. Everytime i touch my hair, the bonds feel like needles. Furthermore, i noticed from the falling strands that there is not much hair stuck in them. They're just slipping out. Is it the keratin treatment that they told me I could do ? Was it the actual extensions ??So as u may have noticed, the one thing in common in all my extension experiences: they were all Odisho. I am v. upset about this, especially given the cost. I will not b using Odisho ext. anymore, both salons have proven that the hair quality is inconsistent.