If you want to add length and volume to your hair, you may be interested in getting some hair extensions. There are a wide variety of different types of hair extensions, but what kind is best for you? Read on to learn about the different types of extensions.
If you have been considering getting hair extensions but don’t want to commit to the permanency or price, clip-in hair extensions are a great alternative to other methods. Clip in-synthetic extensions can be easily placed and removed at any time without the help of a professional stylist. Premium quality, heat-friendly synthetic extensions can also be heat styled on low heat settings.
Human Hair Extensions
The ultimate solution for fine, thinning, or short hair, human hair can come from many different sources, but some of the best is from India. There it is cut ceremonially, and then sent to a factory to be carefully cleaned, inspected, and processed to the finished product. Quality human hair will last the longest and hold up to heat, styling, and mistreatment.
The highest grade of human hair extensions available, the term “Remy” means that the hair cuticle is still intact and not stripped like lower quality extensions. Also, with Remy extensions the cuticle lies in the same direction, insuring a natural flow and simulation of natural hair. Remy extensions are the most natural looking option and are highly recommended by professionals in the beauty industry. Remy extensions blend flawlessly and have the same brilliance and shine as natural hair. Remy extensions have the most styling versatility and can be heat styled, washed, and treated just like natural hair. It also has the longest lifetime of all extension types, when properly maintained.
Although they tend to be the most time-consuming to apply, fusion hair extensions tend to be the most discreet and natural-looking extensions. Fusion refers to a specific method of applying extensions where 100% Remy human hair is attached strand by strand to the natural hair at the roots. The keratin tips are fused to the natural hair using a melting connector. This method is recommended for individuals with hair strong enough to support the weight of the extension and the bond. When applied correctly, fusion extensions are safe and do not damage the natural hair. Fusion extensions can last up to 4-6 months with proper maintenance and care before they should be redone.
Get some extensions and get fuller, longer hair today!