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What are Hair Extensions?
Artificial hair integrations, more commonly known as hair extensions, add length and/or fullness to human hair.
Hair extensions are methods of lengthening one’s hair by incorporating artificial hair or natural hair collected from other individuals. Hair extensions can also be used to protect one’s natural hair. These hair techniques are advanced and are used to change the hair drastically without looking unrealistic. ~Wiki
What types of Hair Extensions are used today?
Wefted Hair– Hair is sewn onto a track made with braids or seamless tracks.
Taped Hair– Hair is taped onto 2 inches width hair. It is applied directly or sandwiched to make the hair extension last longer.
Bonded Hair– Floss to pencil width hair individually attached to similar width hair and secured together melting the bond.
Hair on a Skin-like material– Most suitable method for bald spots. Comes in small to large pieces which can be cut into “puzzles” to fill in the missing parts of the hair. Can be installed with clips for daily wear or glue for semi-permanent wear.
What type of Hair Extensions is best for you?
A hair extensions specialist is your best go-to person for this answer. This person is knowledgable in many methods of cosmetic hair installations. S/he has seen the damages caused by certain hair extensions and is highly educated to know that hair extensions will not cause damage as long as it’s the right method, the right installation and teaches his/her clientele proper maintenance and necessary care. Like your primary doctor will refer you to a specialist? This is similar as your primary hair salon will refer you to a hair extension specialist. Good Luck!
Can I do my own Hair Extensions at home?
Yes. Here’s a video that shows a demo of using wefts and tape to create a hair extensions that will cover bald spots. It can be removed naturally with oil. Please take extreme caution when attempting to do anything DIY. it is best to practice on a mannequin or better yet get your hair professionally installed. Good Luck!