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Crowning Glory: Knowing the Different Types and Care Tips of Hair Extensions

Hair extensions are really making our crowning glory stand out, increasing confidence and overall look for a better you. Hair extensions come in different length, colors, styles and attachment depending on your needs and preference. The two different types of hair to make hair extensions are synthetic and human hair. Hair extensions made of synthetic hair have a silicone coating that gives a natural glossiness, it can’t be dyed or styles, and it tends to fade over time. Synthetic hair extensions as compared to human hair are less expensive because of its lower quality and limited use. Human hair extensions blend well with natural human hair, and it can be styled and dyed in any way you want. Remy human hair has the finest quality of human hair, which is the top choice for hair extensions, wigs, and hairpieces because it has the most natural look.

The different attachments of hair extensions include micro link, micro bead or loop hair extensions, weave hair extensions, tape hair extensions, and pre-bonded or fusion hair extensions. Micro link hair extensions are also referred to as loop or micro bead extensions, which are applied by looping the hair extensions through natural hair and clamping it with a metal bead and pair of pliers to finish. Girls with thick locks can disguise their hair with weave hair extensions. Weave hair extensions fit any type of hair. Tape hair extensions are applied on either side of the hair, quickly and easily fixed, lasting six to twelve weeks. The most discreet and one of the most popular types of hair extensions are pre-bonded or fusion hair extensions, that are bonded to the natural hair with the use of adhesives such as keratin and glue. Pre-bonded hair extensions may last six months or longer.

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Human hair extension management works the same with your natural hair. Always begin at the bottom part of the hair extension when brushing, first detangling the area before moving up to work on the top sections. Wash hair extensions carefully, making sure you detangle them before shampooing, rinse and dry, and follow up with a wide-toothed comb when they start forming knots. Apply a nourishing leave-in conditioner to have a smooth and silky hair extension. Allow your hair extension to dry naturally and dry fully, so it is best to be thirty minutes early to manage with tangles and creases. When blowing your hair extension, be very careful, and begin with your surrounding hair, and dry or style the rest as usual. Store your hair extension is an air-tight container, but make sure you clean, condition, dry and detangle them properly.Discovering The Truth About Resources

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