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Message from : Hand Tied Extensions on 6/7 2022, EMail: handtiedextensions123@gmail.com
https://handtiedextensions.blogspot.com/


    Hand tied hair extensions are a type of extensions that are applied by sections. The hair is first divided into small sections, and then each section is individually tied to the natural hair by hands. This type of extension is usually considered to be more natural looking, as the small sections can blend in with the natural hair better than one large piece. Hand tied extensions can also be styled in many different ways, making them a versatile option for those looking for a new look.
    Does heat or glue be used on hand-tied extensions?
    No! Hand tied extensions have the advantage of being sewed into the hair. This eliminates the need for any harmful heat or adhesive during the installation. This also means that there will be no heat damage or residue to clean up after the hairdresser removes your hair extensions.
    Is it possible to use hand tied extensions on thin hair?
    Women with thin hair may benefit from hand-tied extensions. The density of your natural hair, or how many natural hair strands per square inch, is referred to as thin. Your natural density is thinner the lower that number is.
    Because hand tied extensions are so light, they work well on fine hair. Other weft extensions may be overly hefty, resulting in natural hair strand breakage and damage. Your hairdresser can stack the wefts in hand tied extensions according on how much weight your natural hair base can carry.
    What is the best way to remove hand tied extensions?
    Of course, if the chance presents itself, it is advisable to seek the help of an experienced master to prevent damage your natural hair. You can, however, do it yourself if you follow the right steps. It's important to remember that the procedure for removing artificial strands is closely intertwined to the method for applying hand tied extensions.
    Hand tied extensions care
    • Wash your extensions carefully. Shampoo will sufficiently rinse through the wefts/rows; no scrubbing is required.
    • Use sulfate-free or low-sulfate products.
    • Unless going under water in a pool or ocean, no need to pack on thick masks/conditioners on the extensions. As long as a serum is used every day, a spray leave-in conditioner or light weight conditioner is good.
    • When blow drying the extensions, don't tug or pull them too hard; instead, aim for 85-90 percent dry before smoothing with a brush.
    • Your natural hair may require different products or care than your extensions. Make sure you're looking after them individually.
    • A heat protectant is very advised to maintain your hand tied extensions healthy.
    • Brush your hair many times every day. Brush each weft/row separately. Even for dry hair, we like the Wet Brush brand. Keep a firm grasp on the base of the extensions to avoid pulling them too tight.
    • After brushing, use a serum (wella oil reflections) to moisturize your hair.
    • When swimming or doing any breezy activity, tie your hair in a ponytail or braid.
    • Before swimming in the pool or the ocean, soak hair with conditioner and/or a conditioning mask.
    • Every night, sleep with a low pony/braid and a satin/silk pillow case.
    • Never sleep with damp hair since it will mat and tangle.
    Pros and Cons of Hand tied extensions
    Hand tied extensions are perfect for persons who have thick or coarse hair. Multiple rows of "hand-tied" wefts are sewed to beaded attachment points that combine string/cotton yarn in this approach.
    Pros
    • Lightweight and natural-looking.
    • Invisible and comfortable.
    • This product is best for thick, coarse hair.
    • Oil-based products can be used on the scalp.
    • The application does not require any heat or adhesive.
    Conclusion
    Hand tied extensions are a great way to add length and volume to your hair. They are also much less damaging than other types of extensions, such as glued-in or clip-on extensions. If you're thinking about getting hand tied extensions, be sure to find a qualified stylist who can help you choose the right type of hair for your extension and color match it to your own hair. With proper care, hand tied extensions can last for several months and help you achieve the look you've always wanted.
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Message from : Hand Tied Extensions on 6/7 2022, EMail: handtiedextensions123@gmail.com
https://handtiedextensions.blogspot.com/


    Hand tied hair extensions are a type of extensions that are applied by sections. The hair is first divided into small sections, and then each section is individually tied to the natural hair by hands. This type of extension is usually considered to be more natural looking, as the small sections can blend in with the natural hair better than one large piece. Hand tied extensions can also be styled in many different ways, making them a versatile option for those looking for a new look.
    Does heat or glue be used on hand-tied extensions?
    No! Hand tied extensions have the advantage of being sewed into the hair. This eliminates the need for any harmful heat or adhesive during the installation. This also means that there will be no heat damage or residue to clean up after the hairdresser removes your hair extensions.
    Is it possible to use hand tied extensions on thin hair?
    Women with thin hair may benefit from hand-tied extensions. The density of your natural hair, or how many natural hair strands per square inch, is referred to as thin. Your natural density is thinner the lower that number is.
    Because hand tied extensions are so light, they work well on fine hair. Other weft extensions may be overly hefty, resulting in natural hair strand breakage and damage. Your hairdresser can stack the wefts in hand tied extensions according on how much weight your natural hair base can carry.
    What is the best way to remove hand tied extensions?
    Of course, if the chance presents itself, it is advisable to seek the help of an experienced master to prevent damage your natural hair. You can, however, do it yourself if you follow the right steps. It's important to remember that the procedure for removing artificial strands is closely intertwined to the method for applying hand tied extensions.
    Hand tied extensions care
    • Wash your extensions carefully. Shampoo will sufficiently rinse through the wefts/rows; no scrubbing is required.
    • Use sulfate-free or low-sulfate products.
    • Unless going under water in a pool or ocean, no need to pack on thick masks/conditioners on the extensions. As long as a serum is used every day, a spray leave-in conditioner or light weight conditioner is good.
    • When blow drying the extensions, don't tug or pull them too hard; instead, aim for 85-90 percent dry before smoothing with a brush.
    • Your natural hair may require different products or care than your extensions. Make sure you're looking after them individually.
    • A heat protectant is very advised to maintain your hand tied extensions healthy.
    • Brush your hair many times every day. Brush each weft/row separately. Even for dry hair, we like the Wet Brush brand. Keep a firm grasp on the base of the extensions to avoid pulling them too tight.
    • After brushing, use a serum (wella oil reflections) to moisturize your hair.
    • When swimming or doing any breezy activity, tie your hair in a ponytail or braid.
    • Before swimming in the pool or the ocean, soak hair with conditioner and/or a conditioning mask.
    • Every night, sleep with a low pony/braid and a satin/silk pillow case.
    • Never sleep with damp hair since it will mat and tangle.
    Pros and Cons of Hand tied extensions
    Hand tied extensions are perfect for persons who have thick or coarse hair. Multiple rows of "hand-tied" wefts are sewed to beaded attachment points that combine string/cotton yarn in this approach.
    Pros
    • Lightweight and natural-looking.
    • Invisible and comfortable.
    • This product is best for thick, coarse hair.
    • Oil-based products can be used on the scalp.
    • The application does not require any heat or adhesive.
    Conclusion
    Hand tied extensions are a great way to add length and volume to your hair. They are also much less damaging than other types of extensions, such as glued-in or clip-on extensions. If you're thinking about getting hand tied extensions, be sure to find a qualified stylist who can help you choose the right type of hair for your extension and color match it to your own hair. With proper care, hand tied extensions can last for several months and help you achieve the look you've always wanted.
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Message from : I tip extensions on 6/7 2022, EMail: handtiedextensions123@gmail.com
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    Frequently Asked Questions
    There are many questions that people have about I tip extensions for hair, and we've compiled the most common ones below.
    When selecting I tip extensions for your hair, be sure to choose one that is made from human hair rather than Synthetic Blond Hair or Remy Human Hair which can contain harsh chemicals harmful to the scalp. And lastly...be wary of fake products! There have been several cases in recent years where people have purchased expensive hair tips only to find out later that they were bogus--resulting in devastating consequences such as loss of money spent on treatments, baldness due not just to the faulty tip but also damage done by repeated pulling/tugging on weak strands caused by poor manufacturing standards.
    So if you're looking for something quick and easy that doesn't require any special skills or expertise (other than handling a few basic tools), then I tip extensions may just be the right choice for you!
    What are the benefits of using tip extensions?
    If you're looking for a way to add length, volume, and body to your hair without having to go through the hassle of hair extensions surgery or everyday wear and tear, then I tip extensions may be a good option for you. These tips are made from natural fibers like cotton that allow them to blend in with your own hair undetected. Additionally, they have multiple flexible points that give you control over how much extension is added each time so it's always easy to achieve the look you desire.
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