Kylie Jenner Hair Extensions Gordonvale

Hair extensions started being used in the 1980s, but because of poor results and high expense, were abandoned until about 5 years ago. Their popularity has been boosted by all the celebrities who now use them.

What are hair extensions?

Hair extensions are hairpieces that can be attached to your natural hair or scalp; they enhance the thickness of your hair or the length. There are several kinds, but the most popular ones are

· Strands, small clusters of about 30 pieces of hair

· Wefts, slightly larger curtains of hair, joined at the top and free flowing at the ends. The best wefts are hand-made, not machine-made.

· Braids and dreadlocks, which are pre-wound.

Some are synthetic and some are made of human hair. The natural hair of Caucasians is different from that of Asians or Afro-Caribbeans and you should choose an extension that will match your own hair.

They come in many varieties and can be pre-colored, pre-highlighted or pre-permed with curls or a body wave. Depending on how it was attached, you may need to have your hair extension Gordonvale re-done after 6 or 8 weeks, or it might last up to 4 months. Re-attaching will always be periodically necessary because our natural hair continues to grow, the bonding agent becomes loose, life happens, and you’ll need to re-adjust and refresh your hair’s appearance.

How are hair extensions attached?

· Strands are woven, glued, or clipped to your natural hair. If they’re clipped, you can take them off easily any time. If they’re glued, various bonding agents may be used and care must be taken to protect your scalp and natural hair.

· For wefts, your stylist will make a small corn row or weave in your natural hair, and sew the weft to this weave. This method uses no chemicals.

· Braids are usually woven in with your own hair and again no chemicals are used.

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How To Buy Cheap Hair Extension Online

Every girl dreams of her wedding day! How absolutely fun it is to plan! You can express your personal style in everything for this special day.

After the engagement, the plans start becoming reality.  The hurdle most parents and bride have to get over is the cost. The bride and parents budget for all of the normal wedding costs.  These are a few of the normal wedding costs.

  • Invitations
  • Engagement photos
  • Ceremony location
  • Minister to marry them
  • Ceremony music
  • Ceremony flowers
  • Ceremony candles and decorations
  • Photographer
  • Videographer
  • Wedding dress
  • Tuxedos
  • Reception
  • Dinner costs
  • Beverages
  • Wedding cake
  • Party favors
  • Rental equipment
  • Transportation
  • Honeymoon
After spending so much time and effort in planning for the wedding, many brides do not consider the cost of other personal services when they budget their wedding.  Every bride wants to look her absolute best for her day.  However, many brides forget about the extra costs of hair styling, makeup, manicure, and other personal services.

Some brides have found a way to express their own style and flair in their hair and beauty in an economical way.  What's their secret?  They are turning to clip-on hair extensions to help them look their best for this special occasion.  This is the "hottest" beauty item today!  Whether they want a glamorous updo or long beautiful flowing locks, hair extensions can give them this in an instant. 

Why would a bride need hair extensions?  For women with thin or fine hair, extensions can give them length, volume and thickness.  These would allow them to try new hair styles without a professional.   The more hair they have the more dramatic styles that can be created.  Women want to look and be special!  Imagine transforming your short to medium hair styles into long free-flowing locks or a fabulous updo just for this special occasion! 

What types of clip-on hair extensions are there?  A couple types of hair extensions are natural human hair or synthetic. Natural hair extensions are considerably more expensive. The advantages with these is that they can be colored, curled, set, or treated. Applying natural hair extensions should be done by a licensed cosmetologist. They can be weaved or glued onto one's hair. You could easily spend up to $2,000 on this type of extension. Synthetic hair extensions are less expensive but you cannot use a hair dryer on them, set them or color them. They are attached with a small clip. They can be put in and out in an instant.  Most extensions come in a variety of colors to match your own hair.  The extensions blend many color tones to give a highlighting effect. 

Brides have fallen in love with these hair extensions not only for their wedding day but also for the ease of changing their hair look for their honeymoon.  They can change their hair style to match their trendy fashions.  Maybe they want ponytail curls or a long and sleek style!  The extensions can be removed one day and clipped back in again for another event.  How fun!

As my daughter and I are planning her special wedding day, we are experimenting with hair extensions for that perfect hair style for her veil and dress.  Her dream wedding is right around the corner.  Hope your wedding day is as you dreamed it would be! When planning your dream wedding remember this little hair styling secret.  You will look gorgeous without going over budget.  The possibilities are endless!

Gordonvale Hair Extension Salons – A Guide

Clip-in hair extensions are the new rave this year with more and more women becoming health conscious and throwing away the hair glue (which can cause alopecia, bald spots and breakage) and tending towards hair extensions - which not only cause no damage whatsoever but last 10x longer (normally approx 12 months). Not all companies use high quality hair - but most do use a hair type known as Remy. Remy hair is luxurious human hair and doesn't have one trace of synthetic materials - they are also softer.

Synthetic hair is "played-out" women these days want to treat hair extensions like their own hair - and luckily for the human hair extensions can be:

  • washed
  • heat styled
  • dyed
  • cut
  • curled and much more

Purchase from companies that sell Remy hair but be careful not to get ripped off - a lot of the celebrity endorsed hair extensions use their names to fool customers but for example a full head (7 - 8 rows) and black 18" Remy hair should only set you back £25-£30 and not a pound more. Some companies sell theirs for £149.99 - be smart and know what you are doing.

European hair is for the Caucasian and Asian women, where as black/afro Caribbean women should buy Yaki hair as this matches their texture and blends in well especially with the women who relax (chemically straighten) their hair.

Half head or full head?

A half head is for the ladies who already have a bit of length and thickness in their own hair and just want a few pieces to add bulk and a bit of length (normally at the back). Ladies who buy half head hair extensions would preferably have layers (you don't want a mullet) and want less than obvious hair extensions

A full head is for women of any length hair who want length and also thickness. These will change your whole look and if your lucky enough to shop with us you will get double weft; most companies will use single wefts (so that means your hair will be thinner and you might need to buy more)

Overall clip-in extensions are clearly the best things since sliced bread! Enjoy them and the confidence they bring. Not only can they be used for nightwear you can wear them to school or to work and as long as you treat them well, they can really boost your personal appearance. We promise you that you won't even want to take them out once you become used to them!

Hair Extensions: Synthetic or Human - What's Better?

Hair extensions are a great way to add length and volume to your hair. You can find extensions in different colors and styles. Make sure that when you purchase extensions that they are of high quality, so that they will last and have a natural look.

What are the Different Types of Hair Extensions?

There are several basic types of hair extensions, including clip-in, micro-ring or loop, fusion bonding, sewn-in or tracking, and bonding and sealing extensions. The clip-in extensions are the easiest to apply, but they do not last as long as others and if not placed properly, they can come loose. The micro-ring or loop extensions do not damage hair, but for people with short hair, they are not recommended because they can be visible. Fusion bonding extensions last longer than some other methods, but they can cause damage and should be done by a professional. Sewn-in or tracking extensions are the longest lasting and most natural looking of the different types. These should be applied by a professional.

There are also bonding and sealing extensions that are very natural looking, and they are the sturdiest of the different types of hair extensions and almost invisible. They do take a long time to apply, and they must be applied by a professional, using special tools.

How Do I Apply Clip-in Extensions?

Applying clip-in extensions is an easy and fast way to change your look for a special evening. For the best results, use quality 100-percent virgin Indian hair extensions, which are the most natural looking of the products available. The following easy-to-follow steps will help guide you through the application of clip-in extensions:

  1. Part your hair horizontally from under one ear over to the other ear.
  2. Start at the lowest point of the hairline part the hair where you wish to create a section.
  3. Clip the remaining hair firmly out of the way, so that you can add your extensions.
  4. Take the first weft, making sure that it is long enough and wide enough to fit along the back of the hairline and open all of the clips.
  5. Take the chosen weft and just below the part, carefully clip into place. Make sure that the clip snaps close on your hair and is secure. Repeat with the remaining clips.
  6. Release the hair you secured out of the way and make a new part. To do this, comb down a new layer about a half-inch from the original part. Each time, you need to secure the remaining hair out of the way so that you can easily clip in the extension.
  7. Repeat the process for all the extensions.
  8. Check for any gaps by running your hand along the extensions to make sure that they lie flat across your head. Make any necessary adjustments.
  9. When applying the side pieces, make sure that they are secure, frame your face and blend with your natural hair.
  10. To remove the wefts, gently unclip the sections and move up and away from your hair. Try not to pull, as this can lead to hair loss.

The clip-in hair extensions are a quick method of applying extensions that you can do yourself, but most other extensions require a qualified professional to get the most natural looking results and to limit any damage done to your hair. The key to correctly applying any extensions is to do so in a way that they are not noticeable and blend with your natural hair.


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