Things to Remember When Buying Hair Extensions
When it comes to buying hair extensions, there are numerous factors you need to take into consideration from the type of hair extensions you want to buy to the amount of money you want to spend. Do you want natural or synthetic extensions? Are you going to wear them for a once off occasion or are you looking for a longer term solution? Questions you are going to want to ask yourself when it comes to choosing the right hair extensions that meet your unique needs and budget now and moving forward.
First look at what you want to achieve with the hair extensions. Are you looking to increase the volume of your natural hair? Do you want to improve the length of the hair? Are you looking to lengthen your hair for a particular event? Are you looking for a way to improve your hairs natural appearance while it grows out? There is a reason you have decided to buy hair extensions, having an idea on what you want to achieve will help you determine the right length and type of extensions to buy, ensuring you achieve the results you are hoping for and reducing the risk of disappointment moving forward.
Next consider the texture of your hair. Do you have fine hair? Is it coarse? Is it straight? Is it wavy? Identify your hair texture and type and then you can start looking at the hair extension options available to you. If you have very fine hair, then clip in extensions is not going to be the best option for you. You will find with fine hair, micro ring extensions will provide you with long term use and enjoyment and the risk of them falling out is limited, for example.
Always match the colour of your natural hair to the hair extensions to ensure that whether you choose clip in, micro ring or weave, they will blend in with your natural tone seamlessly, leaving you with a natural finish. When you walk down the street, you don’t want it to be obvious that you have hair extensions in place, you want them to look completely natural and you want people to think your hair is naturally that thick or that long.
Choose the length of the extensions with care. It is possible to buy hair extensions which are too long, the benefit with this is that you can cut them to your chosen length. Remember the longer you choose, the heavier the hair is going to be, the same as longer hair will be heavier if it was your own natural hair. The difference is that if you are choosing weave or micro ring with longer hair, it is going to pull on your natural hair, where if you want long hair for a shorter period, consider clip ins which will cause less damage in the long run.
Only ever buy hair extensions from a reputable supplier who has an excellent reputation in the hair extension industry. The company should stock only the finest quality extensions, giving you a choice of one hundred percent natural hair or synthetic hair. This is down to personal choice and budget. If you are only going to use the extensions now and then, then synthetic may be the cheapest option, where for semi-permanent solutions and a more natural finish, you will want to choose natural human hair to blend in with your own hair and provide you with a that seamless finish.