5 Secrets of Hair Extension That You MUST KNOW

The beauty demand of women is increasing, including hair extension. Women cannot ignore gorgeous hair extensions, and they think that hair makes their beauty. However, many people still wonder or do not fully understand the types of hair extensions. I’m Jennie, Hair Expert from the K-hair factory. I will share the necessary information on the topic “5 Secrets of Hair Extension That You MUST KNOW”

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  1. There Are Permanent And Non-Permanent Extensions

Okay, so first things first, there are SO many different hair extensions to choose from. The right ones for you will depend on your hair, the final look you’re trying to achieve, and of course, your budget (they can get pretty pricey). But the most obvious difference is that some are permanent and have to be fitted by a stylist, whereas others you can style and check yourself whenever the mood hits. Here’s a quick breakdown of each type of extension:

1.1. Permanent extensionsk-hair-permanent-hair-extension-in-Vietnam

Bonded Extensions, AKA Glue-Ins: Hot, ultrasonic waves are used to bond keratin attachments to your hair.

Shelf Life: 3-5 months

Weaves, AKA Sew-Ins: After tightly-braiding your natural hair at the nape, wefts (small strips of hair) are woven in using thread. 

Shelf Life: 6-8 weeks.

Tape-In Extensions:  Customizable wefts are attached to the roots of the hair using discrete double-sided tape.

Shelf Life: 6-8 weeks.

1.2. Non-Permanent Extensions

Clip-in extensions are a more temporary, economical option

Unlike permanent extensions, you can apply clip-ins at home whether you’re looking to add volume or length. Plus, they can last for up to two years if properly cared for.

Not only add length and volume with clip-ins, but you can add color by selecting a lighter color than your hair to get that ombre/balayage look, which is perfect for summer.

Depending on the hair’s quality and the weight, their price point can range from $80-$200.

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Nice Clip-in Hair Extension

2. The hair can be either human or synthetic

Human hair is preferred as it yields the most natural-looking results. Using natural hair allows all hair extensions to be treated as your hair. Synthetic hair is lower quality, can look fake, and is immediately noticeable.

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Compare Human hair and Synthetic hair

For the most discerning salon-goers, “virgin” hair (never colored or processed) is considered the king for extensions. It is the best hair on the market and can be colored, curled, ironed, and cut to lower quality hair. K-Hair factory provides all kinds of hair extensions, 100% real human hair, from mountainous women in Vietnam.

3. Extensions can be damaging if they’re not installed or maintained correctly

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Blond Hair Extension

Whether it’s an incorrect application/removal, the hair is too dense, or you’re applying too much of it, extensions can be stressful to the hair follicles and can even result in hair loss. If you’re feeling a strain for a hairpiece or notice hair loss/damage, it’s essential to address it immediately before it’s too late. 

To that end, you must find an experienced professional who can adequately determine the best-looking/healthiest extension option for you and be conscious of your budget because…

4. They can be *expensive*

Between the initial application and upkeep, permanent hair extensions can cost anywhere from $300 to $4,000 depending on the method, salon, and hair type. While you don’t necessarily have to purchase new hair every time, it’s going to add up,, and it’s essential to be realistic about your budget. 

As the more economical option, synthetic hair comes into play as you can find hairpieces in the $30 to $100 range. But keep in mind, you will be limited in the way you style it (no heat!), and you’ll have to work harder to make it look natural.

5. The market for fake hair is crazy

Because the demand is so high, human hair comes from all around the world. Make sure it’s ethically sourced instead of coming from the black market, which could be of lesser quality than advertised and has preyed on a poverty-stricken area for its supply. 

Unfortunately, you can’t always trust the packaging, and that’s why it’s crucial to vet a hair vendor as best you can. As a general rule of thumb, remember that you get what you pay for in terms of quality.

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K-Hair Factory in Vietnam

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K-Hair Factory is the leading and trustworthy hair supplier in Vietnam. Our factory has exported many hairstyles and hair extension types to all HAIR WHOLESALERS worldwide for 20 years. Let’s check all the things from K-hair:

Official website: https://k-hair.com/

Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/K-HairFactory

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