ALL ABOUT HAIR EXTENSIONS
WE DO ALL KINDS OF HAIR EXTENSIONS
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I - Tip Extensions
I-Tipped hair extensions are also known as cold fusion. These extensions are applied by using a pulling tool, either a hook or loop, which pulls the client’s hair through a very small micro ring. The I-tip extension is then inserted into the micro ring which is then compressed with special pliers – This compression holds the extension in place. I-tip extensions are very popular for people who don’t want heat applied to their hair. Can last 3 to 6 months.
Keratip Extension Also known as U-tip
Keratip hair extensions are hair extensions that are pre-tipped with keratin and are applied to the client by use of a hot hair extension iron. This type of hair extension is also called ''Fusion''. The shape of the tip can very from u-tip to flat tip, depending on the brand. the heat from a hair extension iron will not damage the hair, it's less hot than a standard curling or flat iron. Can last 3 to 6 months.
The smallest extensions are the solution for safe hair restoration, chemical free highlights, and voluminous additions to typically hard to reach areas.
Ideal for front, top areas as an alternative to surgically induced hair restoration systems and chemicals.
tAPE - IN EXTENSIONS
Tape in extensions are thin, lightweight tape wefts that get “sandwiched” together in between your own hair. They require no tools or chemicals to get applied, can last 8-12 weeks, and are reusable up to three applications. Tape in extensions are perfect for adding length, color effects, and volume in under an hour.
CLIP - IN - EXTENSIONS
Clip-In Hair Extensions are easy to attach and can be perfectly matched with your own hair - giving you longer hair, lowlights, highlights, or added volume. All clip–in hair extensions come in one or multiple pieces (wefts) of varying widths. These extensions can be clipped–in or out in minutes and are virtually undetectable.They clip under your own hair by small snap on clips.
SEWING EXTENSIONS AND MORE
The natural hair must first have a “track” through which the hair extensions are then sewn in.