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First Time Hair Extension Wearer

If you’ve ever seen a star sporting a long bob one week and rocking waist-length tresses a couple of weeks later, you’ve witnessed the magic of hair extensions. You too, can channel your inner Rapunzel and add inches and volume to your locks without the hassle (and heaps of patience) that come with growing it out. That can assist you decide which sort of hair extension is right for you, we spoke with Riqua Hailes, owner and founding father of Just Extensions salon in Los Angeles. She gave us the total lowdown on extensions and breakdown of the six techniques most requested in her salon.

Extensions 101: Advice for First-Timers
If you’re a primary-time extension wearer, Hailes recommends you put money into high-quality, virgin human hair. “It could also be expensive, but it’s worth it because it lasts longer and typically doesn’t tangle or mat,” she says. But make sure on the length you want before you buy; the longer the hair extension, the dearer.

As for caring for extensions, Hailes explains that you just don’t need to scrub them daily. Instead, lather up only when it is advisable to. “The more you wash the extensions with everyday shampoos, the faster they’ll dry out,” she says. Hailes recommends using a shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for hair extensions, similar to KeraCare Gentle Cleansing Shampoo. After you wash your hair, run a wide-tooth comb through your tresses to stop tangles. It’s also best to let extensions to air dry whenever possible. The less heat and styling products you employ, the longer the shelf life of your extensions. To prevent matting, Hailes advises you avoid sleeping in wet extensions, and braid your hair or wear a bonnet at night.

Cost Key
$ = lower than $100
$$ = between $100-$200
$$$ = greater than $200
Note: this is for application only and does not include purchase of actual hair extension; prices vary by salon.

Six Popular Application Techniques
Skin Weft

How it works: your natural hair is sandwiched between the extensions and sealed along with a flat iron
How long it lasts: about 4-6 weeks before it’ll need to be removed and/or reapplied
The perks: easy to apply, lies flat, and feels natural to the touch
The drawbacks: not as flexible as other kinds of hair extensions
Best for: Thin, fine, or short hair
Average cost: $$ + hair extension

Micro-Link, I-Tip, or Cold Fusion
How it really works: a stylist applies the hair extensions strand by strand; the extensions are attached to your natural hair via micro-cylinders (they appear to be tiny beads)
How long it lasts: about 8-10 weeks before it must be tightened to stop breakage
The perks: easy so as to add highlighted extensions (without dying your real hair), very flexible, and doesn’t require heat, glue, or chemicals so it’s easier on natural hair
Best for: anyone
Average cost: $$$ + hair extension

Keratin, U-Tip, or Hot Fusion
How it really works: the stylist applies the hair extensions strand by strand, and uses a heating tool to melt your natural hair and the extension together
How long it lasts: up to six months, but ought to be removed in 8-10 weeks to stop breakage, matting, or stress on your new hair
The perks: very flexible and blends easily with your natural hair
The drawbacks: the glue can damage natural hair if the extensions are usually not properly removed
Best for: anyone
Average cost: $$$

Braided Sew-In or Hair Weave
How it really works: the stylist weaves your natural hair into tiny braids against your scalp, and then sews the extensions into the braids with a needle and thread. A partial sew-in means only some of your natural hair is woven into braids; some is omitted. A full sew-in means that your entire natural hair is braided.
How long it lasts: about 8 weeks
The perks: if you happen to do a full sew-in, your natural hair is protected from heat damage and daily maintenance; with a partial sew-in, you should still have to blow dry or flat iron the part of your hair that’s unnoticed of the braid, to ensure that it to blend with the hair extension
Best for: coarse or textured hair
Average cost: $$ + hair extension

Beaded or Braidless Sew-In
How it works: the stylist loops each strand of natural hair through microcylinder beads (that are lined with silicone designed to cushion the lock of hair) as a way to create a base against the scalp. The extensions are then sewn into the beads.
How long it lasts: about 4-6 weeks before it needs to be tightened
The perks: lays very flat, looks natural, allows for more flexibility in movement, and will be done in an hour
Best for: those with medium to long hair who want to add volume or length; or those whose natural hair does not require relaxers, or excessive heat to straighten
Average cost: $$ + hair extension

Clip-In Extensions

Hailes’ Final Tip
Unless you’re using clip-in hair extensions, leave the installation and removal process to the professionals. Otherwise, you might damage your extension—or worse, your natural hair.

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