Tape-in hair extensions have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their natural look and easy application process. If you're considering booking tape-in extensions for the first time, there are a few things you need to know before booking an appointment. Here are our top 5 things you need to know before booking tape-in extensions.
- Tape-in Extensions Require Maintenance
Tape-in extensions require regular maintenance to keep them looking their best. You'll need to have them adjusted every 6-8 weeks, depending on how quickly your hair grows. During this appointment, your stylist will remove and reapply the extensions and move them up closer to the roots.
- Quality Matters
The quality of the hair extensions you choose matters. It's important to choose high-quality extensions that are made with 100% human hair. Cheaper extensions may be tempting, but they won't last as long, and they may not blend well with your natural hair.
- They Can Damage Your Hair
While tape-in extensions are less damaging than some other types of extensions, they can still cause damage to your hair if they're not applied correctly or if they're left in for too long. It's essential to have them applied by a trained professional and to follow their instructions for maintenance.
- They're Not Suitable for Everyone
Tape-in extensions are not suitable for everyone. If you have extremely fine or fragile hair, they may not be the best option for you. It's also important to consider your lifestyle and whether you'll be able to maintain the extensions properly.
- You'll Need to Adjust Your Hair Care Routine
Once you have tape-in extensions, you'll need to adjust your hair care routine. You may need to use special products that are designed for hair extensions, and you'll need to be careful when brushing and styling your hair to avoid damaging the extensions. It's also important to avoid using heat tools on the tape tabs, as this can cause them to loosen.
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