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hair extension types Compared: superior hair factory

Clip In Hair Extensions

Clip-in hair extensions are the quickest and easiest hair extensions. You can put them in or take them out in just a few minutes. They come in different sizes, lengths, and hair types to suit your needs.

PROS

  • A convenient method for experimenting with extensions

  • Clip Ins can be easily installed, without the need for professional assistance.

CONS


Tape In Hair Extensions

Tape hair extensions are a fast and simple way to get longer hair. The hair weft with tape on both sides is sandwiched onto your hair. It looks natural and blends in seamlessly


PROS

  • Tape weft extensions are semi permanent, lasting anywhere from 6-8 weeks between maintenance.

  • They are easy to look after, just like your natural hair.

  • Tape in extensions are quick to install.

CONS


Weft Hair Extensions

Natural hair is braided into a cornrow, and then a weft of hair is sewn onto this braided cornrow.


PROS

  • Great for medium to thick hair.

  • Weft extensions add a lot of volume and length.

  • There are a variety of colors and lengths to choose from.

CONS


Pre-Bonded Hair Extensions

Strands of hair extensions come already bonded with different adhesives including keratin and glue. These bonded strands are then attached to natural hair using a specialized application machine that softens the bonds.


PROS

  • Discrete and blendable with natural hair.

  • Semi-permanent method, lasting a long time.

  • Easy to maintain and take care of.

CONS


Micro Hair Extensions

Hair extension is looped through the natural hair and then clamped onto it using pliers and a bead.


PROS

  • Micro beads can be moved up when they slip down the hair shaft, which can be a cost-effective option.

  • Easy to style with natural hair.

CONS


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