Fusion Hair Extensions
April 25, 20130 Comments
Machine and hand-tied wefted hair extensions are popular among African American and Latino women because their hair is coarser and strong enough to thrive while being braided and having extensions sewn on. But for Caucasian and Asian women, that process can actually do more harm than good because typically your hair is a bit thinner. A great choice of hair extensions for fine haired ladies would be either keratin bonded or tape extensions. Keratin bonded hair extensions, also called I-tipped ...
December 13, 20110 Comments
With all of the hair extension terms you might find yourself getting confused. All forms of the following hair extensions are wonderful in their own way but they also are called different names because they are all slightly different. Here are a few explanations that will hopefully clear up any confusion. What is the difference between hot fusion, cold fusion and skin wefts? Hot fusion is a strand method attached at the keratin based tips with a heating element. Hot fusion hair extensions are also ...
April 4, 20110 Comments
May 26, 20092 Comments
Hair extensions can dramatically change the way you look if applied correctly. When you decide to get a hair extension done, you'll notice that there are several different methods to attach them, which include sewing, gluing, clipping and tubing. Each of these techniques has their own pros and a con, therefore choosing a hair extension method boils down to personal factors such as your hair condition, lifestyle, budget and needs. If you are on a look out for hair extensions that can last long enough ...