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How to remove hair extensions
Have you gotten tired of your extension hair? Do you desire a change or want to give your hair a break? Well, you don't always have to go to the hairdresser for it. We will explain all the important DIY approaches to assist you in removing your extensions correctly.
How to remove hair extensions by yourself
Even if the extensions have been used by the hairdresser, you can easily remove the hair extensions yourself with a few tips. Depending on the method used, the difficulty of removing the strands varies.
A good time to remove hair extensions is when the extensions have grown out a few inches, hence when the junctions need to be raised. Due to natural hair growth, hair grows about one centimeter a month. The bonding of the extensions will therefore be visible after two months. Due to the growth of the hair and the natural hair loss, the connection points also loosen and the extensions lack support. A person sheds around 70 to 100 hairs a day. Since high-quality human hair extensions can often be used several times, care should be taken when removing the extensions so as not to damage the hair. Even if you no longer want an extension, the hair extensions can be stored well and used again after a while.
You can often read tips on the Internet on how to remove hair extensions with home remedies. Such advice should be treated with caution, however. Good solvents such as schnapps and nail polish removing agents damage not only the hair extensions but also your hair. Since the hairstyle is an important part of the first impression, it is better not to save in the wrong corner. Such experiments can quickly go wrong. We will explain how to remove your extensions most gently.
Bonds are usually attached to the hair with keratin, which is connected using heat tongs or an ultrasonic connector. One advantage of bonding extensions is that they last a long time. They only have to be renewed every four to six months. To remove the bonding extensions, the connections must first be broken open with pliers. This works particularly well with bonding forceps for extensions.
The keratin bonding can be easily removed with a special bonding solvent. The liquid makes the keratin brittle and the bonds soft. To then remove the strands of hair from your hair, it is best to use a tail comb. With a special cleaning shampoo, you can loosen the keratin residues of the bonding extensions and wash them out of your hair.
Remove the tape extensions
Tape-in extensions last about 6 to 8 weeks and are attached to the hair with adhesive strips. If you want to remove adhesive extensions, a tape solvent is required. Simply spray the liquid onto the tape strips. After exposure, the hair extension should be easy to remove from your hair. To gently remove tape extensions, you should not pull too hard on the hair pieces. This can damage both your hair and the extensions.