Virgin Hair Extensions: Getting Your First Hair Weave

Getting hair extensions can transform your look, giving you new confidence and vitality. Hair extensions come in a variety of lengths, textures and colors to match your desired look. When planning to get your first hair extensions, there are a few things to remember to make sure you get the perfect look with your new hair. 

Prepare Your Natural Hair

The first thing to consider when preparing for your first hair extension installation is the condition of your natural hair. It is important to wash, condition and moisturize your own hair before you have your weave installed. If your hair is not properly moisturized, it will itch uncontrollably after your extensions are added. To prevent this, make sure you let your hair dry thoroughly and moisturize it from root to tip. Some people chemically process their own hair in order to more closely match the texture of the extensions. 

Choose Your Extensions

It is important that you only choose high-quality extensions for your new hairstyle. The highest quality hair that you can buy is virgin hair. This hair has not been chemically processed in any way. This hair is in its natural texture and color. Since this hair has not been subjected to machines and chemicals, it lasts longer and is the most natural looking of all human hair extensions. 

Virgin hair is one of the most exclusive varieties of human hair, and it comes in a number of lengths. This hair typically comes in only black or brown but it can be dyed in other colors. If you are looking for long, flowing tresses, straight extensions are the best option. For soft waves, the body wave extensions will give you a delicate and feminine look. If you are looking for a tighter curl pattern, deep curly/deep wave extensions will help you to achieve this look.

Installing Your Human Hair Extensions

There are several ways that you can have your extensions installed. First, the sew-in method involves braiding the natural hair and sewing the extensions onto the braids, which serve as anchors. The second method is fusion, in which the hair strands are fused onto your own hair strands with a high-powered adhesive. Sew-in weaves often last for up to six months, while fusion extensions can last for up to a year. 

Wearing human hair extensions can instantly transform your look. Find your best extensions and enjoy a transformation today.

Traditional Sew-In  Microlink/ Fusion  Net Method Sewin


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