Some are synthetic and some are made of human hair. The natural hair of Caucasians is different from that of Asians or Afro-Caribbeans and you should choose an extension that will match your own hair.
Clip-on- This is the easiest method to attach/remove extensions and the cheapest as well. You do not need to go to the salon and have a stylist do the job. You can actually do it yourself by clipping the extensions as close to your scalp and removing it is as easy as attaching it.
Don’t be afraid to ask about the stylist’s qualifications. They should be more than happy to tell you where they trained and how long they have been applying hair extension s. As well as being a trained hair extension specialist, they need to be a qualified hairdresser as Friseur Neu-Ulm need to be cut and blended in a special way.
Hair extensions can be costly if they are installed professionally. The price range depends on the hair type being used and can vary between the range of hundred to thousand dollars. The most expensive and best quality is the virgin hair, followed by human and synthetic hair. When the hair is set by a stylist or a professional it gives the best quality look.
It’s very essential to take care of your hair extensions. It’s not something that will last long. You can wash it just like you wash your own natural hair. As your own hair grows longer, it will gradually become shorter in length. For this you can visit your hair stylist expert to get tightened.
Here are a few tips to make sure you get the hair of your dreams. First you need to make sure you choose the right salon and the right stylist. Ask around and see if anyone you know has a recommendation for you and ask them about their experiences. When you go in for a consultation, this should be free by the way, ask to see examples of the stylists work. This shouldn’t cause any problems as the salon should keep hold of before and after photographs to show prospective clients.
Apply a small bead of the Liquid Gold Bonding Glue along the hair weft and wait for it to become tacky. Take your time with this step because the bonding glue can be quite stringy and sticky.
It is important to look after your extensions in the same way as to wash your own hair. This should be done after 3-4 wears. Brush first to get any tangles out; using a spray conditioner is a good solution here to stubborn knots. Slightly wet hair and shampoo, stroking the hair downwards away from the weft and avoiding twisting and vigorous rubbing. After thorough rinsing apply a conditioner and leave in for 3-5 minutes before rinsing. It is recommended to comb the hair while still wet and using a large tooth comb. The extension can be left to air dry or dried with a hairdryer or even set in rollers for next use.