Before bed, you should be putting your hair up. You can put your hair in pigtails or a high ponytail. That is the best way to go to sleep with extensions without causing matting and it’s actually the most comfortable way to sleep with fusion hair extensions.
Can you wear your hair up with hair extensions?
Yes! You can wear your hair up or down, exercise, and do most other things you would normally do without damaging the hair extensions. When applied correctly you can also style your weft, tape and micro bead hair extensions into a pony without any of the extension application showing!
Can you put your hair in a high ponytail with extensions?
The extension suitable for high ponytails are cylinder or keratin fusion hair extensions because they have more mobility than tape-in hair extensions and are invisible too.
Can hair extensions be too heavy?
If they’re too heavy, the roots of your natural hair will be stressed, which you definitely want to avoid. You should match the density of the extension to the density of your hair. If your hair is thin, fragile or damaged, you’d want to steer clear of a thick, heavy extension.
Are fusion hair extensions worth it?
Most of the Hairstylist prefer fusion hair extensions over other types of extensions because they have a longer time-span, flexible and gives a natural finish to your hair. The hairstylists know just exactly how to attach the extensions to your hair. The process is lengthy but the result is worth it.
How many fusion extensions do I need for a full head?
A full head of extensions range from 5 to 9 packs of hair, assuming each pack contains 20 strands, 1g per strand. If your client has fine, thin hair with some layers and about shoulder length, chances are 5 to 6 packs may be enough.