Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Your Best Choice - Clip In Hair Extensions - When Troubled in Thinning Hair

If you have thinning hair you may be wondering what sort of clip in hair extensions application method work best to use to increase your hair length and volume.

Quite often, thinning hair first becomes noticeable about the sides, near the temples, and in the end thinning takes place around the crown on the head.

With most of the larger hair brands you've got four choices of application methods - micro bead, fusion, tape-in, and clip-in. Which is ideal depends upon the condition of the hair. A combination of methods works best for thin hair.

For instance, many stylists use the fusion method higher than the temple and forward with the ear because a bonded tip is less obvious than the usual micro bead in that area of the head. If that's the case, fusion tips are used privately and beads are loaded on top of the back of the head.

Clip in hair extensions work well near the crown and back in the head because they cause no harm to the hair and keep the weight in the clip in hair extensions to a minimum. So in this case, perhaps a combination of clip-in and fusion would be successful.

Overall, bonded (fusion) and tape-in extensions are your best bet. Use tape-in rather than fusion if you the hair is weak and will be damaged when extensions are removed.

If you're not a hair stylist and don't have too much experience with different types of hair, you'll definitely want to find a reputable salon or certified salon professional in the area to consult with and ensure you receive the best type of hair extensions to your particular situation.

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