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 Are you considering buying hair extensions, but not sure if it's worth taking the plunge?  Have you ever considered  that it's also a fantastic way to hide a bad haircut? Or experiment with color with absolutely no damage? How about achieving those hair goals you've been dreaming about for your wedding day or prom night? 

We're here to answer top common questions about whether you should get hair extensions.

Are they for everyone?

Absolutely!

You want longer, fuller and voluminous hair that will boost your confidence. Extensions are the best hairstyle that will ensure you get that good-looking hair.

You only need to do 2 things:

  • take good care of them
  • apply them correctly

If you can follow these 2 rules, hair extensions are a definitely yes for you.

Do they damage your own hair?

Extensions don’t damage your hair, wrong hair extensions, poor application and lack of proper maintenance will cause the extensions to damage your hair.  It’s therefore important that you visit the hair extensions salon and let the expert fix the extensions. The stylist will assess your hair and determine which extensions suit you. Your hair stylist will also determine the best method to fix your extensions. Some methods of fixing extension may damage your hair. Avoid heavy wefts as that may also damage your hair.

Why do so many people wear them?

Hair extensions have become so popular and affordable today that almost every hair salon offers this service. With human hair extensions, if done professionally and with the utmost attention to details, your hair will look vibrant and true. That’s why so many girls presently get hair extensions. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits you can get from hair extensions:

Length

We totally understand the frustration of having hair that just won’t seem to grow to a certain length, no matter how patience and care you are taking for it. If this sounds like an issue you’re experiencing, then hair extensions may be the perfect solution. 

Color 

Have you ever wanted to experiment with different hair colors, but you’re worried it may look bad? Or you’re afraid it will cause damage to your hair? These are all fair and reasonable thoughts. Hair extensions, however, make this process simple and easy for you - you can change your look with different colors, finally try out the ombre trend, or add in those highlights/lowlights you’ve been dreamt of. 

Volume

Human hair extensions is what we prescribe for your hair loss or thin locks problems. They will not only cover any split ends, but will also bloom up your existing hair body and add volume for your hair look.

With human hair extensions, you hair will look luminous, vibrant and above all healthy. Besides, there are many various types you can choose, such as Tape in hair extensions, Clip in hair extensions  and so on, which will intensely bloom your beauty.

Style

With the additional length, volume, and even pop of color to your hair, you can easily make any simple braid, bun, or ponytail more voluminous and intricate. You don’t even need to use your entire set to achieve greater body in your hair; only using a few wefts may be enough to add in changing up your look.

No damage

One of the best things about vietnamese hair extensions is that it causes nearly no breakage to your natural hair. You can choose for yourself 100% virgin remy hair from http://apohair.com/products , which can not only make you charming and elegant, but also protect your own hair without damaging it.

How long will they last?

The duration of your extensions depends on several factors. The kind of extensions and the application method you choose will determine how long your extensions will last. Some of the extensions are permanent while others are temporary. If you're taking good care of them, tape-ins last up to two months, glue-ins last one to two months, and protein-bonded extensions last nearly one to two months. The only kind of extensions that last up to a year are clip-ins, because you would not wear them every single day.

How long should they be?

Now, here’s the deal:

  1. If you want more volume, get a set as long as your natural hair
  2. In case you want longer hair, get a set that blends with your own hair

If you’re buying extensions just to make your hair look thicker, it’s easy. You should get hair extension which is as long as your natural hair it would be hard to see the difference.

However, most people buy hair extensions for length instead of volume only. 

So if you want longer hair, here’s how you should choose the right set:

  • get one that is (at most) 15 inches longer than your hair
  • if the hair has thin ends, make sure to give it a trim. In this way, it will look fuller at the ends
  • you can also trim some of the strands, so that they can blend easier

Does their price matter?

The cost of extensions differs, human hair extensions are more expensive compared to synthetic ones. The price of the hair extensions partly depends on what type of extensions that suit you. For more information, you can have a look at the http://apohair.com/pricing and find the cost of the various extensions types available.

Now, these are just some average tips:

  • curly hair – it has a lot of volume, so you should get a thicker set
  • straight hair – if you’re lucky to have thin hair, then a lightest set would be suitable
  • wavy hair – I would probably recommend a thicker set once again