“The top tier of hair extensions is 100 percent virgin Remy human hair, which means it’s never been dyed or processed; it still has its cuticles intact so the strands face the same way they grew out; and it actually comes from a real human,” says Lewis.
What is a good thickness for hair extensions?
For fine to medium hair, 100 to 125 grams of hair extensions will do the job, with medium to thick hair looking at around 125 to 175 grams. If you have very thick hair, around 150 to 200 grams will be necessary for adding up to 12 inches in length.
What is the least damaging hair extensions?
Clip in hair extensions are the least damaging type of hair extension because they’re easy to put in and remove and they don’t affect your lifestyle or your hair as much as permanent extensions.
How many hair 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.
How many rows of extensions do I need?
– 2 Rows are used to add both length and fullness. – 2 rows is the most common amount of hair worn. – 2 rows are great for someone looking to add a maximum of 6-8” of length. – 2 rows are also great for someone looking to fill in the sides of their hair.