Human Hair Extensions

Date: 2016-11-08

About Human Hair Extensions

     The easiet way to get a long healthy shiny hair style or cover damaged hair is connecting human hair extension. However, your hair can be connected virgin hair extension or not and caring human hair extensions is also very meticulous.

Having a long and thick hair as desire without loosing many years to nurture makes young girls more interested in remy hair extension than ever . But, before entrusting “ your second root” , You should take time to refer 5  following things about connecting real hair extension

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Human hair extensions for braiding

     Your hair must have minium 10cm length from the  origin . Beside, your hair is not only full to cover the jont , but also strong to be able to connect more virgin hair extension without shedding and tangling. Absolutely, Do not connecting human hair extensions if your hair is pathological hair loss or scalp illness are pimples, dandruff itching, ulceration.

Length of hair extension

     If connected remy hair extensions to get thicker hair style, the length of the connection dependson the length of your hair. Also connections to get longer is not as long as possible. The ideal length of hair extensions will be 3 times the length of your real hair

Connecting human hair extensions styles

Human hair extensions clip in

     Fun and noncommittal but typically “fake” looking, you can wash and style them just like your own hair. They get ratty and worn-looking from frequent use and the quality varies widely. Choose real over synthetic as they’re more durable with washing and styling.

Durability: Highly dependent on frequency of use.

Human hair extensions blonde

     These are attached to the hair via little keratin bonds at the tip of the extension which are fused with a little hot tool. These are extremely popular and look great, but require significant upkeep and regular salon appointments for maintenance. As well as that, you need to avoid putting conditioners, oils or heated appliances near the connection, as these things will weaken the bond and possibly lead to your extensions coming out much earlier than they should.

For maximum longevity with this system, remember to condition only the lengths. If you’re blow-drying, dry the lengths first, then tip your head forward to dry your real hair–don’t blast the bonds with heat!

Durability: 3 months, but if you look after them well by yourself you could get 4 or 5 months out of them! I’ve gone this long in the past.

Sewn-In/Weave

     Sewn-in extensions are ideal for coarse, curly or thick hair that’s able to handle them. They’re applied by being sewn into a tightly-braided section of the client’s own, natural hair. This is one system I don’t have personal experience of because my own hair is a bit thin.

These extensions require serious upkeep and salon visits are advised every six weeks or so to ensure the section where it’s sewn is in good nick, and, as these extensions are woven into the client’s own hair, the stylist will also want to assess if they need to be “tightened up”.

Durability: Depends on the quality of the hair and whether or not your own hair can handle the weight of the extensions. However, salon visits every six to eight weeks are highly advisable.

Tape

     Tape extensions have been the industry’s whipping boy of late, largely down to the fact that people bandy words like DAMAGING and MATTING around when they’re mentioned.

I’d like to clear up this misconception: tape extensions, if properly applied and cared for and made with good quality hair, are absolutely phenomenal. I had a full head applied in Russia, where they really know their extensions.

They are connected by wide bonds that look like two bits of Sellotape. Your own hair is placed between them and they are clamped around the strands. The wide, rather than skinny bonds, ensure they don’t look stringy and strand-y after a few washes. They’re dreamy, luscious and if you’re kind to them they’ll last for ages.

Durability: Things can get tangled as your own hair starts to grow, but they’ll be good for up to five or even six months without a big maintenance job.

Micro-Bead/Micro-Ring

     A hugely popular system, and the one I’ve most recently had applied. Melissa Hayward, crazy-talented Irish extension expert and tattooed rockabilly pin-up chick, turned me on to these over a year ago. They’re pretty much damage-free as there’s no glue, no heat, no tape and no sewing.

Melissa applies single-strand micro-bead extensions by clamping the little bead on the tip of the extension to your own hair. The connections are durable but not uncomfortable and best of all, I can cover my hair root to tip in conditioner without a care!

These are probably the best option if you want to be able to dye your extensions, and use lots of products or heat-styling appliances. Melissa was kind enough to supply me with pictures of the magic she creates on a daily basis.

Durability: 3 to 4 months.

What type of hair should you use?

   Extensions are made with synthetic or human hair. You should choose human hair extensions because the hair cuticles are stored in its original condition, no tangle, no shedding so your hair style will be natural . You can find Remy hair at many salons or suppliers. This is the best and most beautiful hair from Vietnam ( Vietnamese hair) .It has durability, is stronger than normal hair and is very soft.

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The basics to take care hair extension

     The most basic things you need to remember when caring  human hair extensions is not combing hair if wet, not drying after washing. Cover hair with cap, towels, hair cell protection if outdoor. Tie hair when sleep to avoid shifting the joints . remember not to use the product silicon component as it will make it sprung joints.

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