- Tape-in Extensions
Tape Extensions are made of thin strips of clear polyurethane with hair attached and taped on one side. They are usually 1 1/2” wide. Tape-in extensions are attached to the hair by sandwiching the client’s hair between 2 tape-ins or one tape-in and a piece of single-sided tape. They can be applied higher up the crown than keratin tips and work great when hair is very delicate and has trouble holding other types of extensions. Removal and clean-up can take longer than the original application.
- Fusion Bonds
Fusion bonds are special keratin tips that are applied directly over your natural hair. This process uses a heated clamp to melt the glue and keep the extension in place.
- Nano Hair Extensions
Nano Hair Extensions are small wefts of pre-bonded hair that are attached to the client’s natural hair using Nano Rings which are 90% smaller than most micro rings, making for a seamless bond. Nano tip hair extensions don’t require any heat in their attachment, the natural hair is simply threaded through a nano ring at the tip of the nano extension before being clamped into place. This application method reduces the risk of damage to natural hair, making it a popular extension choice. Nano tip hair extensions are thin and lightweight, adding little stress or strain to the natural hairline and making them a perfect pick for thin or fine hair.
Clip-in extensions are clipped into your natural hair. This type of extension is considered the easiest, quickest and safest of the bunch. If you’re looking for a temporary style change, clip-ins are the best choice, as they’re low-maintenance and commitment-free and can be done at home in a matter of minutes.