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Which type of hair extensions are best

Which Type of Hair Extensions Are Best?

Are you looking for a way to fast-track your way to mermaid-length hair? Perhaps, you wish to hide a bad haircut or chase pandemic boredom away with streaks of turquoise hair? Hair extensions are the answer to your wishes. But, which type of hair extensions are best? Let us unravel the truth.

Are hair extensions worth it?

Hair extensions have thankfully been able to shed the long-held reputation for being obvious. In recent years, hair extensions have improved in quality. Carefully applied hair extensions can help you save natural hair from damage. If you use a lot of heat tools and are prone to breakage and split ends; extensions can act as a buffer to protect your natural hair. Natural-looking hair extensions make sure that the hair cuticles are facing the same way, to stop tangles and matting. Hence, you will save your natural hair from damage.

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How to choose hair extensions?

When you are looking for a hair extension solution, lead with what you are planning to use extensions for. For example, the kind of hair extension you would use for a wedding or a bachelorette will be different from the kind you wish to wear daily. Different types of hair extensions do different jobs.

What are clip-in hair extensions?

Easy to use and affordable – clip-ins appear like barrettes, but with hair attached to it. You can fasten the hair by clipping the barrette-like piece beneath the root. Clip-ins are great for a noncommittal and quick transformation. They integrate easily with natural hair, and works wonders for women who are on the go, or can’t get permanent extensions.  

What are tape-in hair extensions?

Tape-ins are somewhat similar to clip-ins. But, the extensions are attached to substantial, double sided tape. You can secure the extension by placing and carefully pressing the tape in between rows of natural hair. Tape-ins add length and volume to your natural hair – subtly lending the illusion of thick hair. And, they don’t put too much strain on your natural hair.

What are sew-in hair extensions?

Referred to as a weave – this type of extensions are hand-sewn with a needle and thread into your own hair. Then they braid the extensions horizontally from ear to ear.  Sew-in extensions require little work for upkeep, and protect your natural hair.

What are glue in hair extensions?

Sometimes called keratin bonds, glue-ins are versatile and well-suited for long term wear. Ideally, you should go to a hair extension specialist to get your glue-in hair done. These types of extensions work for women who constantly change their hairstyle as they (extensions) blend seamlessly with your natural locks.

What are halo extensions?

Halo extensions work a singular flow of hair, with locks flowing down from a circle-shaped wire that fits around the hairline – not too dissimilar to a halo. The extensions are topped with a layer of your natural hair to conceal the attachment. Arguably, halo extensions are the easiest to use, conceal discreetly and style to look like natural hair.But, which type of hair extensions are best? It largely depends on your personal needs, time and circumstances. We can help you to pick out the best type of hair extension for your hair, day today requirements and even overall style. Please use the form below, chat with us or call our office during office hours.