Professional stylist adds various types of hair extensions to achieve more volume
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- Valid with any stylist
Tape-In Hair Extensions: A stylist uses a special tool to heat up professional glue and align the extensions. The treatment takes between 40–60 minutes and the effects usually last 4–8 weeks—after that time, the extensions can be removed and reinstalled.
Sew-In: A stylist braids the natural hair into cornrows and then uses a needle and a thread to sew the weave extensions into the braids. The application usually takes a few hours and is recommended mainly for people with thick hair. The extensions last 6–8 weeks and shouldn’t be worn for more than 4 months.
Microlink: A stylist attaches small wefts of hair to tiny sections of one’s natural hair using a small silicone-lined bead. Then, they use a special tool to secure and tighten the bead. The procedure takes approximately 2–4 hours. Generally considered semi-permanent, the extensions usually last up to 4 months.
Fusion extensions: During this process, small bundles of 25–80 hairs each are attached to existing hair with heat-activated adhesive. The resulting bond lasts about six months and is nearly invisible, which some say creates a lighter feeling and a more natural look.
- Hair not included