You've asked! And we delivered! Today we are going to discuss with you "4 Hair Extension Methods using JN Beauty" It's important to educate ourselves on all the different types of hair extensions methods that can work for our hair concerns. We should not stop at just one type, its always good to switch it up. Now let's go through each one.
Sew-in: This is the typical favorite, mines included. Sew-ins are cost-effective, easy maintenance and fairly easy to remove. Your hair is braided tightly to create a base for the hair wefts to be sewn and attached. It's best to have your hair retightened no longer than four months from your first install. Deep-condition, Hot oil treatments, and steam treatments are very important to maintaining manageability with all sew-ins styles.
Clip-ins: Clip-ins are wefts of hair that are attached to a clip. Clip-ins come in 4 main lengths ranging from 18 inches to 24 inches. They can be placed all around the head. They are great for person who wants instant gratification for a special occasion. Clip-Ins take a short amount of time to put in around the head. They can add length and volume to any texture hair and come in Body Wave, Straight, and Deep Wave.
Micro link: Micro links can be known as micro beads or locks, they are gentle to put in and easy to take out. Links can be added for length and volume. There is no glue or heat used when applying. To apply, a small silicone bead is placed onto the base of your hair, with an individual track of extension attached to each row of your micro beads. Clients do need to be careful not to use conditioner near the bead to help reduce slipping of the extension. It is recommended to see your hairstylist every couple of months to have the extensions retightened. Micro links last about four months.
Lace Wig/Unit: Wigs can change your color and style instantly without sitting in a salon for hours or dealing with the commitment of a weave. Add your JN Beauty Bundles to a matching Frontal or 360 Frontal and watch your unit look so good that even your scalp won't believe that the hair didn't actually grow from your head. A good lace-front wig requires a wig installation process that is completely custom and tailored to you. Start off by bleaching the knots of the wig from the side of the cap. Wig knots are the clusters of hair that go into the holes of the wig that help to achieve the natural look of a real scalp.
Have your hairstylist bleach the knots to match your complexion which helps to give you that natural look. After bleaching the knots, let the wig sit. Then start the plucking process, which happens in stages. Having a hairstylist that takes their time is key; they should use at least 3 different tweezers with different tips and sizes. A key secret to a good lace-front wig is all about the hairline while keeping your real hair completely covered and crafting the baby hairs in a swooping pattern to create the illusion of real edges. Your hairstylist should work to clone your natural scalp and skin tone.
I hope these tips can help you achieve a new look. When you switch up your hair extension method, you are balancing any stress caused on your natural hair which allows you to have the style you want while letting your hair grow.
The JN Team