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Three Types of Hair Extensions 

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Dark brown clip in human hair extensions are a quick and easy way to liven up your look. If you want to experiment with different hairstyles without cutting or bleaching your natural hair, or if you want to dress up your look for a special occasion, wearing hair extensions is a perfect solution. 

When purchasing natural hair extensions, it's important to remember that the best ones can be pricey. They're viewed as a long-term financial commitment. It's critical to get your money's worth out of them, given how much money you've put into them. Listed here are some of the different types of hair extensions, along with their lifespan and care instructions: 

Using Tape-In Hair Extensions 

An adhesive weft tape is used to attach tape-in hair extensions on either side of your natural hair. Since they don't use heat during the installation process and instead allow your natural hair to grow out, they're great for protecting your crowning splendor. Hair extensions made of this sort normally last between four and eight weeks. Excessive styling can cause split ends and other damage, so treat them gently and avoid combing or brushing them while they're still wet to prevent early damage. 

Pre-Bonded Hair Extensions Or Fusion 

A heat gun is used to glue pre-bonded or fusion hair extensions to the roots of your hair. You don't have to worry about hair damage because this bond is derived from keratin, a safe, natural bonding ingredient. Individual hair strands are also linked to the natural strands to give you bigger, plumper tresses all around. 

3-4 months is the average lifespan of these extensions.  

You must adjust these every 2-3 months and take care of them carefully to ensure their longevity because they are attached to the base of your hair. Use good brushing and heat styling products only when necessary.  

Clip In Hair Extention 

Extensions that can be clipped into the hair can also be used. As a first-time hair extension user, clip-ins are the finest solution. This form of hair extension is the simplest to use, the least harmful, and the least long-lasting. To make the process of attaching them to your natural hair as straightforward as possible, they have clips affixed to the base of each strand. 

If you take good care of your clip-in hair extensions, they can last anywhere from three months to a year or more. When they've been worn for 30 days, wash them using natural hair products to keep them clean and maintainable. Make sure they are completely dry before brushing them. A wide variety of lengths, volumes, and colors of our premium-quality seamless hair extensions are available to help you get the look you want.  

Additionally, we provide cutting-edge seamless wefts that mix seamlessly into your natural hair and are nearly unnoticeable every time you put them on! 


To summarize, all hair extensions are long-lasting, but only if you take good care of them. Invest in high-quality hair extensions and take care of them properly to get the most use out of them. 



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