In this final blog about Hair Extensions, we give you details about Tape In and Clip In Hair Extensions.
New innovative and technological improvements have completely changed the look and feel of hair extensions, providing easier and safer methods of hair lengthening and volume. Today professional hair extensions are more popular than ever and are used for much more than just length. They offer limitless hair design options from hair color transformations, new textures and added fullness. For years people thought that extensions would only damage their hair and this negativity is still associated with original methods. But, there are safe methods of hair attachment that can provide you with all the benefits and still maintain the integrity of your hair. Let’s look a little deeper into what extensions are and what to look for when shopping for your hair and what your stylist should be telling you about.
Hydrolyzed Silk Protein, also known as Silk Amino Acids or Sericin, is derived from one of the strongest natural fibers in the world. These jelly like proteins bind the tiny fibers in silk forming a crystalline protective barrier on the silk strands or in this case your hair strands. Silk protein is used to help prevent dehydration of the skin and hair by binding moisture, it help strengthen hair, improve hair’s elasticity, increases volume and shine, improves manageability and provides control to the hair.
Chances are that you will experience dry hair sometime in your life, or have dry hair on a daily basis. The type of hair you have, your life style, how you style your hair, and your overall health can play a part of dry hair. When your hair is damaged, the scales on the cuticle separate and are no longer able to protect the inner layers. Oil and moisture escapes and cause dry hair that looks dull and can easily break.
Here are some points to consider when choosing your next stylist (or maybe a reminder why you love your current stylist).
1. Selecting a stylist based only on price. “You get what you pay for!!!”
It is nearly impossible in any business to offer the cheapest price, have a high quality, and provide the best service at the same time. Total value is all three: Quality, service, and price.
* Word of mouth – ask friends, family, co-workers, acquaintances or even strangers.
Hair stylists love referrals!
* Social Media – Facebook, Twitter, and Google have changed the way we live in so many ways. People like to talk about their hair and show off their stylist’s work.