The best hair extensions on the market! 24 Inches long , you can cut them to any length. Full cuticle intact so you can color or highlight. These seamless tape in natural human hair extensions are reuseable up to a full year and even longer depending on how well they are taken care of at home.
The density of someone’s hair refers to how much hair exists in an area on the scalp. Let’s say you take one inch of a person’s head,
hold the hair and see a lot of bare scalp, that person has very thin hair. Density can be either thin, medium, or thick depending on how much scalp is visible.
Texture, however, refers to the actual hair strand itself. If an individual hair strand is very large in circumference, we would call that a coarse hair strand.
When a hair strand is incredibly skinny in width, we would call that a fine hair strand. It’s important to note that someone can have very thick hair in density,
but fine strands in texture. This hair type happens to be the most prone to tangling. Or a person can have very coarse hair in texture and very thin density. Sometimes, this can be very confusing to clients.
Truly undectable hair extensions
If there is one salon service that’s trending right now, it’s hair extensions. More clients than ever before are realizing that the longer, thicker hair of their inner hottie is actually achievable with the help of a good brand of hair extensions and a talented stylist. “That’s me!”
Here are the secrets to keeping it real and ensuring your extra hair looks natural.
First things first. To get the most natural-looking extensions, “it’s important to use a system that helps create the most natural look and feel.
Use 100 percent real human hair with the cuticle intact and the flattest bonds, which will lay flat and as close
to the scalp as possible.
Techniques for Cutting and Styling.
This is up to your stylist.
Point- and slide-cutting are some of the favorite techniques to blend extensions into the natural hair.
Point-cutting is ideal for shaping a soft and natural perimeter for your client’s extensions.
When layering the extensions into the natural hair, use the client’s shortest layer as your guide. Take thin, vertical sections
(about 1/3 of the width of the adhesive band) and slide-cut to the ends of the extensions. This creates movement within the hair and helps blend in the shortest pieces of the client’s natural hair.
Blending and cutting extensions should always be done using soft techniques with blending shears, razor or point-cutting. If using a razor blade, it should be a fresh one.
I like to use a standard Feather blade to produce a little more texture, and make the hair look more natural. Also, framing around the front is a must! Layers help, as well, to give the final look more movement and make it
easier for the client to style at home.
When it comes to styling, as long as you have a quality extension product, the possibilities are endless.
Always thoroughly dry the bonds after shampooing or wetting the hair, and never apply
a thermal tool directly to the bond.
Regardless of how you style extensions, don’t forget to use protection! Heat protectant products will prolong the life of extensions and maintain hair integrity.