NATURAL HAIR EXTENSIONS
Types & Care
You might like to vote for wearing hair extensions for so many purposes. From turning your hair within only minutes from a shorter to longer length, to adding volume to your hairstyle, to quickly making smoother braids, real hair extensions are a natural, easy and efficient way to work around with your appearance.
Let’s us take you through this amazing real hair extension experience.
HOW TO ATTACH THEM?
1. KERATIN GLUE HAIR EXTENSION
Keratin glue is pre-adjusted at the end of a small bunch of hair. In groups at the roots of your natural hair, the glue is applied on top of every bundle and then heated with a gun, melting the glue on the the bunch to match your natural hair strands.
2. SEW IN HAIR EXTENSIONS
This technique involves braiding hair extension in to a single braid using a safety needle with thread on the normal crown of hair.
3. TAPE IN HAIR EXTENSIONS
A type of paste made especially for hair is initially pre-taped to the hair extension fibres and then attached to your actual hair base. As the wefts can get too strong or look unnatural, do not pile any more than just two wefts a time.
4. MICRO LINK HAIR EXTENSIONS
Via a thread or "link." tiny stacks of hair are tied to your hair. Further, your own hair is drawn through the link, and is then tightened near the base.
5. HAIR PIECES
You can incorporate a faux bun, braid or even a ponytail if you particularly don't have sufficient natural volume to get a bun or lengthy braid.
6. CLIP IN HAIR EXTENSIONS
Clip-In real hair extensions onto a silicone or cloth basis are wefts of your either real or fake hair. They are connected by tiny, comb-like loops to the scalp. This technique offers your hair a natural elevated to low impact that contrasts well with structured hair and is a great temporary solution to your hair woes.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR EXTENSIONS OR STYLE THEM?
1. USE THE CORRECT HAIRBRUSH WHILE COMBING
It could be tricky to wash your own hair with hair extensions added on. Orthodox hairbrushes are able to tug at the base and pass through the wefts. Try a specific
hair extensions brush instead so that your wefts do not create any snagging, breakage or harm to your extensions or to your actual hair.
2. STORE YOUR EXTENSIONS PROPERLY IN A CARRIER
The Hair Extension Carriers are definitely a must-have if you wish to guarantee your real hair extensions last longer or if you are tired of them being caught in between holds. It will hold your attachments free from getting tangled and will make for an easy ‘brush, attach and wear’ when needed.
3. INCLUDE A HAIR EXTENSION HANGER TO STYLE THEM BEFOREHAND
It's much better to style the extensions earlier than after they're tucked on as wefts are delicate and can be pulled out of their position if styled once on the hair. They can be attached to the carrier, which arrives with a specially built bamboo extension hanger to tightly lock your wefts in place while you curl or in fact straighten them.
Hair extensions can become a compulsory hack in your hair arsenal, regardless of your hair form. Hair extensions encourage you to transform your look overnight, from a chic bob to long, rippling curls in moments. If you go for real hair extensions we know you have your 101 from our article, on which type to choose and how to care fit them.
Hair today, Hair tomorrow!
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