Which Extensions Are Right For Me?

Which Extensions. Are Right For Me? The Long and Short of Hair Extensions What types of extensions are there? FUSION MICRO LINK OR MICRO CYLINDER BRAIDLESS SEW-IN SKIN WEFT CLIP-IN OR CLIP-ON EXTENSIONS A classic technique, popular for more than 25 years. Volume and length A gentle application and an easy removal. Gentle and cost effective, with easy maintenance and removal. Small wefts of hair, also called Tape or Tape in extensions. you can add yourself. Best for: All hair types, anyone looking to add length or volume. Also a good method for lengthening thick hair. Adding fullness or slight length, versus full head Any hair type, Low-maintenance, occasional use, and special occasions. Smaller pieces can add splashes of color to your hair. Anyone, except those with except extremely slick hair because damaged or over-processed hair. of the chance of applications. slippage. What are they? Small groupings of hair attached at the top with a keratin protein bond. Hair attached strand-by-strand with micro links, also known as A new technique, where wefts of hair A weft of extension hair attached to a thin polyurethane strip, with tape on one side. A weft of hair attached with a are attached with thread. clip. beads or locks. How are they attached? Micro links lock strands of extension hair onto your hair safely and smoothly without use of glues or chemicals. The bond is melted and rolled Your own hair is used The skin weft is First, measurements and color are taken. At into a strand of your hair. As with all extensions, natural hair is left out along the top of the head and the hairline to cover the bonds. to create a base, and the extensions are attached with thread. No chemicals are used, and no uncomfortable braids. taped to your hair by sandwiching small sections of your hair between 2 pieces of your next session, your stylist will show you how to attach the extensions and trim them to blend in with your hair. weft. How long do they last? 4 months with little to no 4 months. Can be moved closer to 6-8 weeks, depending on how often you shampoo. 4 months. Can be Good for moved closer to the occasional use. Full the scalp at 2 months. Hair can be re-used. scalp at 2 months. Hair can be re-used. maintenance. sets are not recommended for everyday wear. Hair can be re-used. How should I maintain them? • Shampoo, blow dry, curl or straighten, just like your natural hair. • Brush at the scalp. • Gently wash and condition periodically. • Can be curled or flat ironed. • Treat the extensions as • Avoid use of oils or slick products near the scalp. • Shampoo, blow dry, curl or flat iron. • Brush daily at the scalp. Avoid oily products at the attachment. • Use oil-free shampoo. your own hair. • Keep curling or flat irons away from the bonds. • Brush daily at the scalp. Price $$$ $$ $$ $$ Presented By: Philip James Salon

Which Extensions Are Right For Me?

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