When it comes to styling hair extensions, Tape-In can be a little bit different than I-Tip or Fusion. That’s because, while I-Tip and Fusion extensions are strand-by-strand methods, Tape-In is a weft method, involving a wider piece of hair that lays flush to the head. The weft nature of Tape-In is what makes it so light and comfortable to wear, though it’s also responsible for adding a slight limitation on mobility—especially with up-do hairstyles. But that doesn’t need to be...
Clip-ins have recently become popular due to the fact that women want flexibility in their look, non-permanence of the results and ease of installation. Anyone from high school girls, to busy mothers, and the corporate, on-the go gal have all become fans of the quick hair extension method. As a stylist, it’s hard to see the potential in making money on clip-ins, but as more and more salon clients are looking for accessible solutions,, here’s your chance to bank on...
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