If you are thinking about getting hair extensions, you will definitely want to do a little research before you extend. There are so many different methods available today and picking the wrong method could spell disaster for your hair, not to mention your budget.
Hair extensions can be a little pricey, so be sure and shop around and check out several different methods before you make a decision. We frequently get Emails from people that are getting hair extensions or have gotten hair extensions. Below is a question from someone who already has hair extensions but is beginning to be concerned about hair loss issues.
Question: Can you tell me which method is less stressful on the hair. I have very fine thin hair and am currently wearing hair extensions. I have noticed that as the hairdresser takes the extensions out to replace them, I have been losing a lot of my own hair. I am starting to feel very down about this as my hair is thin enough as it is. Also the extensions I have always look piecy, not look natural and separated enough. Can you please offer me some good advice. I have been stuffed around a lot. I have the bond method. Not pre bond. Which method is the safest way for me to go for?
Answer: The problem with hair extension methods today is that every company and salon claims that their method is the best and causes no damage. I am not a professional cosmetologist, so the information listed below is from the research I conducted in writing the Ebook Hair Extensions Exposed.I have heard through various stylists that the following methods can be less stressful for the natural hair.
1. Go with synthetic hair instead of human hair.
Synthetic hair weighs about 1/3 the weight of human hair and puts much less stress on your natural hair. Some methods that use Synthetic hair are: Dome , ProHair (Websites are www.domemonofibre.com and www.prohair.us )
2. The methods that use clips, mini locs, links, etc. These methods do not use any kind of bonding adhesive that can be very damaging. Some of these methods are Hairlocs, Eurolocs and Shrink Links (www.hairlocs.com, www.eurolocs.com, www.markbarrington.com
3. Other methods: Sequence Hair (They are only in New Jersey)--use a string to attach hair www.sequencehair.com, Hair Police-use string (www.hairpolice.com )Another possible solution that you may want to consider it to start taking vitamins for the hair and nails. There are many different brands available. The vitamins may help to strengthen your hair. For complete details on every aspect of getting hair extensions, see http://www.hairextensionsexposed.com