Hello my dolls! It’s been a while since my last post. I apologize, but I’m back and I have to share a significant change in my life. I recently just got hair extensions! I want to blog about them because they are not your ordinary clip-on extensions. They are tape-ins, made by Hotheads Hair Extensions . What they make such a thing?? Yes and warning they are addicting and I do not know what I was doing before them.
Check out my Before & After :
As your guys know I am growing out my hair so I wanted something that was going to be less damaging to my natural hair. Hotheads are a no heat, no tools application. You do have to go to the salon to get them put in. I recommend my hair stylist Hailee, she is amazing at matching real hair to the extension hair, you literally can’t tell the difference.
These hair extensions are reasonably priced too, especially since the durability of these extensions is amazing compared to other extensions. Hotheads can be reapplied up to three times with the durations of 8 to 10 weeks of wear from each application and the hair is supposed to feel and look amazing.
All of this sounds awesome, but there is a downside. There is much work in taking care of your hair extensions so they will last the 8-10 weeks. Side note, there are different types of hair extensions for people with different lifestyles. For example, if you are a low maintenance girl, clip-on extension will be your best bet since you could remove them that night if you wanted to. Where as tap-ins or protein bonds extensions you have to have your stylist remove them.
Some Do’s and Don’t are:
1) Don’t let the extensions air dry or throw them up in a ponytail while the hair is still wet. This will cause for the extensions to pull and slip out way before the 8-10 weeks.
2) Don’t use conditioner on your roots because this will cause slippage, as well.
3) Do blow out your hair after each wash
4) Do use conditioner and leave in on the ends of your hair for the extensions are dead hair therefore they need more nourishment than normal (just be careful on letting the conditioner touching the tape)
I think I covered everything about these extensions, it’s a lot of information to take in. If you have any questions let me know in the comment below!
How do you feel about long hair?
Until next time, XOXO!