Different Types Of Hair Extensions
Through all these years, ordinary people other than models or actors have been widely accepted wigs and hair extensions. And as the years pass by, it’s going to get more and more normalized. I feel that hair extensions are a great way to voluminous and compliment your hair. Different types of hair extensions work differently for other people. This will help you find the one most suitable for you, and you are good to go.
Here are the different hair extension methods: –
Clip-in is the most popular beginner-level hair extensions. It’s deficient maintenance. It has a traditional woven top attached to a clip. You have to clip them to your head in the morning and take them out before sleeping at night. You can choose if you want a skinny top or a flat top, or a naked top. It depends upon how you use them and how much you want to spend on them.
Tape-ins are becoming more popular than other accessories. It is a piece of your hair stuck together between two tape-ins. They come in different densities, widths, and tops. You have to get it moved up every 8-12 weeks, depending on how fast your hair grows, and it’s tough to do it all by yourself. They have a little complicated maintenance.
Halo’s are one single long piece attached to clips. So you pop them up in the middle of your head, and you are good to go. These are minor maintenance, and you have to remove them at night. But they are more visible than any other and can even come out quickly in public or at work.
This has different categories such as i-tip, keratin, microtip, etc. they are just individual small pieces attached to your hair with beads. They cause minor damage, but you need a lot of them to fill in your head so buy them accordingly. Also, it will give you less volume on the top of your head. They are high maintenance, and you have to get them moved up every 8-12 weeks.
- Sew in Wefts
These are like halo without clips. They are sewed to your hair like individuals. They are easy to maintain because they are quick to remove and install. You can even tie them in a bun or a pony. You can also cut them in portions and apply them to make them look more even.