Hair Extensions

4 Types of Hair Extensions

Synthetic or real hair length is closely attached to your scalp. The goal is to add thickness and/or long for normal hair. When you go to a shop or a hair extension Beauty Salon to have it added, you will find that there are many different types of hair extensions to choose from. You’ll not only different, but also to select the textures, colors, lengths and styles. One thing to note is that the original hair extension is the most expensive of the two options. Synthetic hair extensions are also more difficult to comb.

 

Clip-On

 

This usually does not require you to go to the hairdresser extension to do so. This is the most basic type because all you have to do is to staple them to your own hair. Ifyou want to have natural hair mask is closer to your own, you can have a professional do it so you can get an even better game. These extensions usually last only for a day or night, but you can use it as many times as you want.

 

Weaving

 

You can also get them to sew in your hair by a professional. Normally your hair braided in braids of light, so close to your scalp because they can start with feed sewn into the braids. This is a process that can take a long time to make and can be a painful experience. It is also one of the most expensive form found on the market. The up side is that it can last a long time.

 

Association

 

This usually involves long hair feed, that way it can be as much as six inches long. Professional stylist will apply the stickers to the roots of your hair before applying theextensions. It’s quick to do, but it usually does not last for another way for hair extensions. It is also called collage. Read Also mother of the bride dresses

 

Shrinkage and micro link

 

For long lasting hair extensions, you can have a metal ring or tube keratin added toyour natural hair. Your hair will stick tight tube or shopping ring in Your hair cut. Minimal damage to your hair and no solvents or adhesives that are used that can irritate sensitive skin, making this popular method to use. The downside is that they can be difficult to remove, they can rest after a few washes that caused some of the back to release, and adds extra weight to your hair. This is not the recommended process if you have fine hair.

 

If you are not sure about choosing to speak with a professional hair stylist for your advice.