It is well-known that the benefits of tape in extensions for hair. They are among the best beauty tricks available. Hair cuts that have been cut badly can be fixed with a single click and your thin and slender hair days are now gone! This is thanks to tape hair extensions. Don't get me wrong the transformations made by tape-in extensions can be life-changing However, an installation that goes wrong could turn into your biggest nightmare, even more so than a cut that isn't perfect. These are the five most common errors to avoid so that you can be sure that the final result using tape-in extensions is flawless! Tape-in hair extensions aren't damaging and easy to use - IF executed correctly. Avoid the common errors here!
Do not visit an authorized stylist
It is vital to ensure that the stylist who installs your tape-in extensions has been accredited. Why is this important? The process of installing tape-in hair extensions is an art. There's a method for installing extensions. If your stylist hasn't been properly instructed on this technique, your great hair day could be an unpleasant experience very quickly. As with everything else it is education that is the key to success. It is not just possible for the result to be a lopsided disaster, but it could also be damaging to your scalp, and even damaging to the natural hair. It is vital to ensure your hair is healthy and happy along with the extensions you tape in. It begins with a stylist who has been well-informed about the products and the installation process.
No Clarifying
There's nothing more embarrassing than going out in public playing with your hair, only to see one of your extensions falls out. Be assured that we make mistakes, and if you're a hard-core extension girl like me, you need to admit that this is something that has happened to you more than once. You know exactly what I'm talking about. Where you place it into your purse, pretend like it was not there, and then pray that nobody else was aware of it. The first rule to follow before applying your tape-in extensions is to cleanse your hair by using shampoo for clarifying. What is the reason this is so crucial? The process of removing your hair's excess oil from the hair. This lets the tape become firm and the tape tabs join each other. The most frequent reason why tape-in extensions slip is due to the hair's not being defined before the installation.
Improper Technique
In the case of tape-in extensions, there are two distinct techniques used to install them based on the hair you have. Hair loss? Do not worry, we have solutions to help you. When your hair appears thin and fine, and you fret over the burden of an extension on your natural hair, don't worry, you have alternatives! The single-sided method was specifically designed for those whose natural hair isn't able to support both the load of two wefts. This is a frequent error when it comes to tape-in hair extensions. If your hair requires the single-sided tape method since it's not strong enough to bear the weight of two tape wefts, it can cause a lot of damage to your hair's natural structure and can cause your hair to break. Be aware that simply because the hair you have isn't thick, it does not mean you have to employ this method. This alternative method is suitable for those with hair that is extremely brittle or damaged.
Bad Placement
The positioning of extensions that are tape-in is another frequent error in the application. This can be the difference between hair loss and headache or an effective installation, and the most pleasant extensions experience you've ever had. The most common error I come across frequently is extensions being placed far enough from the hair. If the extensions are put too close to the roots they will not allow the tape extensions to move and create excessive friction between roots of your natural hair as well as your scalp. This can cause extreme irritation to your scalp and can be extremely painful. To avoid this occurrence, put the tape tab around 1/4 of an inch away from the roots.
Application Too Much Hair or too little hair
Apart from not clarifying your hair by using a clarifying shampoo before installation, the other reason that your tape-in extensions may be falling off or pulling your hair comes because you have applied too much hair between your tape's wefts. In addition, applying too much hair between the wefts can stop the tape tabs from being able to connect. In addition, it's crucial to ensure that your stylist doesn't apply too much hair between those tape wefts. This can cause the extensions to fall out as the weight placed on the extensions can cause damage to your hair's natural structure when it's not a sufficient amount of hair to hold the weft.

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