Hair extensions give people the easiest way to have beautiful hairs of dreams. Many luxurious salons provide this service, which only take little time to add length, volume or even chemical-free highlights with vietnam hair extensions.
Since there are so many different vietnam hair extension options available on the market, choosing a hair extension method that suits you can be overwhelming. There are several factors to consider before choosing a method that works best for you, it includes installing type, lifestyle, and maintenance.
According to the installing method of vietnam hair extension, there are three different types: weft, strand by strand and clip extensions. Below is the most complete comparison of different installing methods, including pros, cons and recommended maintenance.
1. Weft Vietnam Hair Extension
A 2-4 inches wide vietnam hair weft is applied to the hair in rows, rather than as stand by strand. Hair wefts can be applied using tape-in or sew-in/weave method.
1.1 Tape in Hair Extensions:
The most popular and seamless method of extensions available on market is tape in hair extension. They are applied using either double or single-sided polyurethane (PU) tape. Clients with extremely thin hair, especially around the temples and side of the head, may need a single panel applied with single-sided tape.
- Do not use any silicone or oil-based products at the root of the hair.
- Brush vietnam hair daily from root to tip.
- Style hair as normal.
1.2 Sew-in or weave:
If you have coarse, curly or thick hair, then sew-in or weave extensions are ideal for you. The client’s hair is braided to create a base for the extensions, and then the wefts are sewn into the braids using a needle and thread.
- Wash hair regularly.
- Avoid over styling, as this can cause the braids to come loose.
- Shampoo, blow-dry curl or straighten as you would with your normal hair.
Most suitable for special occasions or parties when clip in vietnamese hair extensions can be removed before bedtime.
- Wash vietnam human hair extensions as infrequently as you can and apply a deep conditioner if the hair becomes dry or dull.
- Better to use a wide tooth comb or Loop brush to comb extensions.
3. Strand by Strand Method
Applying hot or cold application techniques, strand by strand technique is where extensions with a keratin glue bond are attached to small pieces of your own hair. Strands of about 0.5 gram to 1 gram individual hairs can be attached with either a keratin glue bonded point or with a micro link. Most companies that offer a bonded strand by strand hair extension refer to this method as a keratin bonded vietnam hair extension.
3.1 Hot Fusion:
Keratin U-tip bonds are attached to the hair using a heating tool. Hairdresser uses a heating tool to melt the keratin glue, where your own vietnam hair is placed and sealed between the melt U-tip keratin. The bonds are attached close to the root of your own hair, leaving some space to allow natural movement of your hair.
Avoid any oil-based products or over-styling.
3.2 Cold Fusion, Micro-Links or I-tip:
Hair extension method where small pieces of your hair are pulled through a small bead or lock and clamped shut with a hair extension pliers.