Hair Extension Myths Busted

News of celebrities having to chop off their hair because of hair extensions damage scare off women who might benefit from the many advantages of the professionally applied and well-maintained ones. Here’s to clear common misconceptions about it:

Fake hair?

Partly true. There are two types of extensions: natural and synthetic. Natural extensions do not undergo chemical processes unlike synthetic ones. They have intact cuticles and are more preferable because they are easier to maintain. Synthetics, on the other hand, are prone to damage when exposed to hot tools and regular washing.

Damaging?

Not really. There are other contributing factors that lead to snagged hair. This includes poor application, improper aftercare, and inherently weak hair type. That is why it is important that you trust only professionals in the application of your extensions. Discuss with your stylist whether you are a candidate, and if so, what type of extension suits your hair best. You may have a condition that only medications can solve and insisting on extensions may only make it worse.

Permanent?

Hair extensions are merely artificial methods of adding volume to your hair, so it’s definitely not forever. Different types vary in lifespan, which is also dependent on aftercare. It is advisable to use specially formulated shampoos.

Painful?

Headaches, breakage, or even pattern baldness can be an issue when the bonds are attached too close to the scalp. Then again, well-trained hairdressers can appropriately determine the comfortable distance and right hair quantity to place in the bond.

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