Choosing the right set of hair extensions is a very crucial step towards a natural glamourous look. More blonde people are now going for body wave blonde hair extensions because they provide a very soft and natural look. You have to consider the thickness and volume of your natural hair before choosing a set of extensions. Thin hair is not a problem anymore. You can add extra volume and length to them. If you have thin hair, here are the two options from which you can choose your extensions:
Tape-In Hair Extensions
Tape-in extensions are wefts of extensions which are attached to your natural hair. In order to use tape-in extensions, you need to make sections in your hair. Choose the areas where you want more volume, for example, the crown of your head or your sides. Apply the tape-in extensions on the selected areas. Their application time is around 45 to 50 minutes. They can stay intact for as long as 6 months. If you want to remove them, you only need to apply a bond remover on the tapes/adhesives which bond the extensions to your hair.
Tape-ins are considered best for thin hair, as they will not create a bulky weight on your head. You have to choose the right weight for your extensions. Do not go for a bulkier set which will look unnatural.
Clip-In Hair Extensions
Clip in extensions is also considered best for thin hair. But the difference is that they are not good for too much thin hair. Because they will create a voluminous or bulky look on your head if you have very thin natural hair.
If you have slightly less thin hair, you can choose the. Their application time is around 20 to 30 minutes and can be taken off easily whenever you want. All you need to do is make sections of your hair and choose the areas where you need volume. Attach the clips to your hair and release the sections. Clip-ins come in a variety, you can also choose Russian curly hair extensions.
Just like tape-ins, you have to choose the right amount of extensions to be clipped in. if you choose a bulky one, it will not stay intact with your natural hair and pull you down.
Selecting the Right Set of Extensions
These two types of extensions are considered best for thinner hair. But between these two, tape-in extensions are a newer technology. They stay longer and there is very less chance of damaging your natural hair. Clip-ins are considered good but not as good as tape-ins.
Before you choose one of them, consider the thickness of your natural hair. Very thin hair can support tape-in extensions but not clip-ins. Also, if you want body wave blonde hair, or in any other color, tape-ins are the best choice. They are slightly costlier than clip-ins. But they also stay on head longer than clip-in extensions. You need to keep your budget in mind also, before choosing the right set of extensions.