INTRODUCING SINGLE SIDED TAPE
  • Why Single Sided Tape?
  • How-To
  • Single Sided vs. Replacement
  • Truth About Fine Hair
  • Resources
Seamless to the Touch Natural Looking
Easy to Install
Single Sided Tape is especially designed for women with extra fine hair. By using half as many Tape-In wefts, the extensions are gentle on delicate hair. It’s a weightless, smooth solution for a natural look.

Follow along step by step.

Single Sided Tape Application

Single Sided Tape Removal

Single Sided Tape Application

Learn how to use this all-new hair extension method.

Single Sided Tape application is similar to regular Tape-in installation. It's easy to install, super seamless, and easy to maintain. Single Sided Tape is designed for clients with thin, fine hair. or Browse All Videos >

Step by Step Application Guide

Single Sided Tape Application is very similar to regular Tape-In hair installation

  • 1.Start with clean, dry hair.
  • 2.Make a clean part with rattail comb and clip the rest of
    the hair out of the way.
  • 3.Apply the Tape-In Weft.
  • 4.Remove protective strip from the adhesive and place the
    weft about a half inch below the part. Press firmly to
    secure the weft onto the hair.
  • 5.Next, life up the hair extension and
    the hair it's attached to
  • 6.Take a piece of Single Side Tape and place it on the hair that's attached to the Tape-In Weft. The side wih rounded corners goes closest to the head. The client's hair should be sandwiched between the Tape-In Weft and the piece of Tape. Press firmly to ensure the tape is set securely.

The Single Sided Tape keeps the extension in place and seals in the adhesive.

Single Sided Tape Removal

Learn how to remove
Single Sided Tape-in
Extensions.

Taking out Single Sided Tape-In Extensions is as easy as pie. All you'll need is some Tape-in Bond Remover. or Browse All Videos >

Step by Step Removal Guide

  • 1.First, you'll need Tape-In Bond Remover.
  • 2.Place of a few drops of the bond remover on the hair
    extensions weft, and let it soak in for a few seconds.
  • 3. Slowly peel the hair extension weft away from the hair.
    Then remove the piece of Single Side Tape. Don't force
    it. If the extension isnn't coming out easily, add more
    bond remover.

Your can reuse the hair extensions with Replacement Tape and more Single-Sided Tape.
Before reusing, make sure to clarify and clean the hair to remove any residue from the adhesive.

Single Sided & Replacement

Single Sided Tape
Single Sided Tape is a new method of installing Tape-In Extensions that is especially created for thin, fine hair. With it you can only use one Tape-In Weft per section instead of two, which lessens the weight and strain on hair.
  • For fine and thin hair
  • Used for first time and reinstallations
  • Sandwiches the natural hair to a weft
Replacement Tape
Replacement Tape is used whenever Tape-In Extensions are reapplied. When Tape-In Extensions are applied the first time, the adhesive is include on the weft. However, when the extensions are taken out, they need to have new tape applied. This double-sided tape is placed on the hair extension weft so it can be reused.
  • For all types of hair
  • Only used for reinstallations
  • Is placed on the old hair extension weft
Both are made of the same medical grade adhesive that is formulated for hair. Both come in packs of 48 pieces each, are specially cut for Babe Hair Extensions, and can be removed with Babe’s Tape-In Bond Remover.

Truth About Fine Hair

Why People have Fine Hair

In the hair extensions business, we deal with all types of hair colors and textures, and this means sometimes we meet people with thin hair. There are two basic definitions of thin or fine hair.
  • 1. The first refers to the number of hairs concentrated in an area, usually measured by a square inch. Think about a scalp, and then think about all the little tiny hairs poking out of it. If you were to measure a square inch swatch of that scalp, someone with fine hair would literally have fewer little hair follicles in that area than someone with thick hair.
  • 2. The second definition of thin hair references the literal circumference or thickness of the hair. Someone can have a lot of hair density, but still have individual hairs relatively thinner than someone with thick hair.

Learn everything you need to know about Single Sided Tape.
Why Single Sided?
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What is Single Sided Tape?
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Install
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