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Styling Your Hair Extensions

October 17, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many women today want and have hair extensions to give them that very long hair which is in such high fashion that it is all over the runways. This allows women to have longer hair in a instant all without waiting for their hair to grow out from there last cut at the salon. Of course those with hair extensions may have to take certain care of them and depending on which type you get you may or may not even be able to style them with hot curling irons or flat irons.

All hair extension should be washed and conditioned just as you regular hair to keep them clean and at their most vital looking. How much post cleaning styling you can do will depend on the type of hair extensions that you received. Synthetic extensions cannot be subjected to coloring or heat from styling tools, as they are just not made to handle this type of treatment. But if you purchased real human hair extensions, than you can treat this hair just exactly as you treat your own natural hair by styling it with professional styling tools. Styling the extensions with ceramic curling irons and hair straightening irons to get the look you want to achieve.

Are hair extensions good for my hair?

July 2, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

hair-extensions-look-of-love.jpgWe all have different types of hair, and in some instances I am sure that some methods are going to do more damage than good. Always find out if the stylist doing your hair is a good one. Word of mouth, before and after photos, and simply just setting aside an hour or two to watch a stylist at work can help ease your mind. You must not jump into this without research. A well trained hairstylist can apply hair extensions correctly so it is painless and does not damage your hair in about  4 to 7 hours. The main reason for getting hair extensions is to add length to your hairstyle, although they can be used to thicken or add highlights. The clip in hair extensions you can do yourself and are the cheapest. Here are some of the different looks you can achieve:

clip-hair-1.gif HairDo clip in 10″ straight hair extension $ 76.95

clip-hair-2.gif HairDo clip in 15″ wavy hair, $ 76.95

clip-hair-3.gif HairDo clip in 22″ straight hair $ 86.95

clip-hair-4.gif HairDo clip in 23″ wavy hair extension $ 86.95

clip-hair-5.gif HairDo clip in 18″ wavy hair extension $ 81.95

clip-hair-6.gif HairDo clip on 18″ straight layered hair extension $ 81.95

If Jessica Simpson can put them in herself, I am sure you could too, plus you can’t go wrong with these prices. Till next time, Good Luck,

Niki

Fusion Hair Extensions

June 13, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Fusion hair extensions is a method used to place hair extensions in hair. There are different ways of fusing the hair, each method can offer different advantages and disadvantages.

Hair extensions can be attached to your head in many different ways, including gluing, tubing, sewing, and clipping on. Different methods have different advantages. The method you choose will depend on many factors: your hair, your lifestyle, your budget, and your needs, for starters. If you are looking for a long-lasting, natural-looking hair extension, though, consider one of the fusion methods.

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Hot fusion iron.

Fusion hair extensions can be applied in two different ways. Hot fusion and cold fusion. The application of the hot fusion has its advantages and disadvantages. Hot fusion can usually allow the hair extensions to last up to 4 months.

Cold fusion is a new method that is gentler on your hair. As this method uses no heat, it is good for fine or thin hair. The polymer offers more flexibility than hot-glue, and results in a more natural-feeling of the hair extensions. For cold fusion hair extensions, many hairdressers use SoCap extensions and a clear bond. These extensions can last up to six months.

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fusion hair extensions

So keep your eyes open once again as we will soon be adding fusion hair extensions to our collection of items for sale. Till next time Good Luck,

niki

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