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Hair Extensions Pros and Cons

Hair Extensions Pros and Cons | Aspect 1- Highlighting | Scoop.it
Bored with your short or thin hair? Have you considered hair extensions? Here are the PROs & CONs of hair extensions, along with my favorite kind!
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Clip in extensions allow for a major change for a temporary amount of time or can be worn daily.  This allows for frequent style changes with out damaging hair.

 

Some hair extensions can be very expensive so when you are unsure about a major permanent change it is best to use clip in extensions until you are sure of your decision. 

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Hair Extensions Methods and Types

Hair Extensions Methods and Types | Aspect 1- Highlighting | Scoop.it
Pros | Cons of Extension methods | types. Single Strand extensions, Weft type Extensions., Clip on extensions. Hair extension Consultation | Hairs Health
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If you have thin hair, extension are a perfect fix to give thickness, volume, and fullness to enhance your look.

 

For women with short hair, extensions will give you the length that you desire.

 

There are a few different methods to accomplishing the extension look. One of those being strand by strand. This is when you take a strand of the extension and attach it to a strand of your natural hair by bonding, clamping, shrink tubing, or micro tubes.

 

Another method is cold fusion. This is when ultra sonic waves melt the keratin to form the bond between hair and extension during installation.

 

Another method,  but certainly not the last of them, is weft extensions. This is a track that is several inches long and the hair is attached together at the root/scalp, but hangs freely at the bottom. This involves glue to keep the hair attached to the weft.

 

 

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Hair Tips: Highlighting 101 in 2013 | The Colorist

Hair Tips: Highlighting 101 in 2013 | The Colorist | Aspect 1- Highlighting | Scoop.it
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1.) Slices 

A slice is when a large section of hair is lightened and provides a thick and extreme look.  It can be used to create a fun hairstyle and can allow all types of people in any business to have a professional dramatic hairstyle.  However, only those who have medium to thick hair types should try out this style.  Some bad aspects is that it is occasionally difficult to recreate time and time again.  In 2014 this trend is coming back rapidly.

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Hair Extensions The Safe Way

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Most stylist recommend to not buy synthetic extensions whether they are wefts or individual strands because they do not look natural and you cannot style them as you would your natural hair.

 

Locations of clip in extensions should be moved occasionally.  This will avoid bald patches caused from overuse of the hairs.

 

In order for extensions to last a good while stylist recommend natural remy human hair extensions.  This allows you to add natural looking length to your hair and it will also allow you to style your hair with heat and as you normally would do to your real hair.

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Hair Tips: Highlighting 101 in 2013 | The Colorist

Hair Tips: Highlighting 101 in 2013 | The Colorist | Aspect 1- Highlighting | Scoop.it
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2. HIghlights with foil: Using foils for highlighting has been around for years and has proven successful time and time again. Using foil for highlights allows for diverse results some prefer the thin and close to the scalp look while others enjoy the chunkier effect. You are able to use both lightener and color at the same time in order to give the hair many tones and allow for a large difference in colors. A basic rule for foils is that if you know how to you can create a balayage look with foils but you cannot use a balayage technique to create the same effect as foils.
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