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We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality human Remy hair extension available today, but we understand that each woman has different hair needs. If you’re searching for the most natural-looking hair extension type, that will certainly depend on your own natural hair.
In general, however, fusion type hair extensions offer the most natural appearance. Micro-ring or I-Tip styles are probably your best option for the most natural look. Using a clamping or heat bonding process, these types of extensions are attached directly to the natural hair in segments called strands. They are thin and numerous, so they can be spread all over the head to add volume and length wherever needed. And because the strands of the extensions are connected to strands of natural hair, the movement of the hair appears totally and completely natural. In addition, because these extensions are bonded, they last for quite a long time without having to remove them. Eventually, you’ll have to take them out and replace them closer to the scalp as your hair grows, but with a lifespan of up to a year, sometimes more, these will be your go-to natural-looking extensions for a long time.
All of our extensions, including the two types mentioned above, use high-quality human hair that is either virgin or has been professionally colored to offer the most natural, yet attractive look for any woman.
When you’re looking for the right hair extensions for you, you’re probably mostly focused on getting the right style, color, or length. However, you should also keep in mind what kind of damage certain styles might do to your natural locks.
The overall least damaging type of extension is definitely the halo extensions style. This type of extension uses a single hair weft on a thin nylon thread. The weft sits just below your top layer of hair and is easily hidden. Unlike other types of extension, the halo style doesn’t actually connect to your own, instead merely sitting atop your head like a headband. What this means is that it is virtually impossible to damage the hair even with daily use. And removal is easier than ever because you simply slip off the ring of hair and voila!Back to the natural you!
The runner up for the least damaging type of extension would be the tape-in variety. While it sounds damaging, the tape used to bond the wefts to your hair is actually quite gentle and won’t pull out your natural hair when you remove them. Additionally, they are thin and lightweight, so they won’t pull on your hair throughout the day. These are ideal for thin hair, or women looking to protect their tresses.
When you’re looking for “the best” hair extensions, it can be hard to know where to start. A good bet is to take a look at your own natural hair’s thickness, length, and overall quality. Then, identify what you want to get out of your hair extensions. Volume? Length? Color? All three? Once you know what you want, you’ll be able to make a great informed decision. Here are what each type of hair extension is best for:
If you’re the type of girl who wants to have the long-lasting style that hair extensions can offer, it can be difficult to know what your best option is. There are two ways of looking at which hair extension lasts the longest: how long you can keep the extension in your hair, and how long the extensions will be in good shape before needing to be replaced.
Generally speaking, bonded hair extensions will last the longest in place, since they are bonded to your strands of hair. You can expect to have these extensions in place for 3-6 months, depending on how fast your hair grows. Sew-in extensions can last for up to 8 weeks, tape-ins for four to eight weeks, and clip-ins and halo can be removed and replaced each day.
Because we use the highest quality human hair for all of our hair extension types, each type can be used for up to a year, and in many cases much longer, as long as the hair is cared for appropriately. This means that you’ll want to wash your extensions gently with a sulfate-free shampoo and a light conditioner. Don’t wash too often – once or twice a week is sufficient, and make sure to dry the roots completely if you are using bonded extensions. Take time to brush out your extensions each day, and tie your hair up in a braid before bed to keep your extensions from tangling or getting frizzy.
If you’re looking for the safest hair extensions, rest assured that all of our hair extensions are safe and easy to use, ready to bring you the best style your hair has ever seen. However, if you’re looking for the safest extensions that won’t negatively impact your hair, there are three main styles to check out:
Finding the highest-quality hair extensions can be challenging for newcomers. It can be difficult to understand the lingo used and you may not even know what to look for! Here are a few things to look out for.
First of all, for the most natural look, you’ll want to make sure that your hair extensions are natural human hair. Synthetic hair is easily recognizable by its plasticky feel and lack of natural movement. Ensure that your chosen extensions are completely natural human hair.
After that, you’ll want to look for the words “virgin” and “Remy.” Virgin hair refers to the chemical state of the strands; virgin hair will not be chemically treated in any way, like perms, bleach, and colors. Virgin hair is the natural state of the hair. Remy refers to how the hair and extensions are assembled; it means that all of the hair strands are facing the same way. This is important because it signifies that the cuticles are all running downwards, like in your own natural hair. This will prevent frizz and flyaways and will keep your styles smooth and manageable.
Beyond that, pay particular attention to the attachment portion of the extension. Clip-ins should have good quality clips that are attached to the weft carefully. Tape-ins should not have any sagging or loose tape. All extensions should be evenly created, without large spaces in the weft.
For women with thin hair, there’s a never-ending battle to find volume and encourage hair to grow longer, but it’s a constant challenge. Luckily, natural hair extensions are an easy way to get the most out of your natural locks while getting the oomph you deserve. Here are the best extensions for thin or fine hair:
Tape-in hair extensions are a great option for thin hair. The tape used us bonded to the natural hair – but don’t worry! It’s thin, lightweight, and won’t pull out any precious strands upon removal. In fact, tape-ins make getting length and volume even easier by providing the option for double- or single-weft extensions. This means that you can choose to bond the extensions to the hair with a weft on top andunderneath your natural hair, or you can choose to seal up the tape with another single-sided piece of tape. This means that you get to choose the volume and weight that your natural hair can handle!
Halo hair extensions are another great option for thin-haired ladies. The halo is a single weft of hair connected to a thin string or thread that is almost invisible. It sits just below a thin layer of your own hair to hide the string. This type is great for thin hair because there is no damage done to your natural locks; the weft is not connected to your hair in any way, so the removal won’t rip out any of your own strands of hair.
Clip-in hair extensions and halo extensions are both an easy-to-use, temporary hair solution. Clip-ins are placed using very thin and gentle clips. They are simple to use and will stay in place all day long without becoming uncomfortable, due to the silicone lining on the clip. They only take about 5 minutes to install and can be removed each evening.
Video for how to apply halo hair extensions:
Video for how to apply clip in extensions:
Like clip-ins, halo extensions are easy to place and oh-so-comfortable. However, unlike clip-ins, which come with a few pieces to layer throughout the hair, the halo extension is one single weft tied to a thin, nearly invisible nylon string that goes around your head, yes, like a halo. They are gentle and won’t tug at your hair since they aren’t actually connected to your strands; they are amazing for fragile or damaged hair.
So which one is better for you? It depends on what you’re looking for! Because clip-ins come with several pieces, they are easier to layer, style, and blend, so they’re great for adding in new colors or styling into updos. The clips can be damaging to very thin, fine, or weak hair if used too often. The halo extensions are much gentler, but since they are limited to one piece, they’re not as easy to style or blend. If you’re looking for simple length and volume to leave your hair down, a halo option might be best.
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