It’s finally happening! You are deciding to get hair extensions and trying to figure out which method is the best for you. The hair extension industry has grown so much over the last decade and now there are a lot of options to choose from. But before you pick the first option that pops in front of you, there are some questions you should be asking yourself and your hair extension professional.
In recent years, hair extensions have become more and more popular. Some people use them because they prefer their hair thicker, some use it to add length and some use it as a protective style for their natural hair. Whatever your reason is, there are plenty of options to suit your needs. Weft methods have been widely used for decades. Being one of the most commonly used methods, it has allowed people to improve their techniques, invent new ones and create better, less time-consuming options that are much less damaging. Weft extensions don’t use glue or other chemicals to bond them with any special polymer. Wefts also last for a long time without having to replace the hair. One of the best outcomes of not using chemicals or a long application/removal process is that the hair extensions you use last longer, remain in better shape and can be washed and dried with less of a hassle. Today, we are going to look at the most refined methods for weft hair extensions.