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    How to Remove Tape in Extensions Tutorial

    How to Remove Tape in Hair Extensions


    Removing tape in hair extensions seems pretty simple, right? In theory yes, however, there are some rookie mistakes you are bound to make if it is your first time.

    This super quick video will walk you through the basics on how to properly remove tape hair extensions using our professional quality tape in hair extension removers.

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    Tape-in Hair Extension Sealing Tool | A simple yet essential step

    Tape-in Hair Extension Sealing Tool | A simple yet essential step


    Seal the Deal with Blueberry

    If you’re not using a sealing tool you are missing a very important step in your application! 

    If you are a professional stylist who does tape in extensions or a tape in extension wearer you know how important it is to start with a flawless application. The steps to a great application are probably very familiar to you: 

    • Start with clean/clarified, dry hair. 
    • Make sure there is not too little or too much hair sectioned between panels. 
    • Keep your sections clean.  
    • Make sure your panels are perfectly aligned. 
    • Create a solid seal by pressing the panels together. (This last step is where having a tool can make all the difference!) 

    You may think that pressing panels by hand is good enough, but trust us..using a sealing tool like blueberry is even better! 

    Why? Well we could explain the physics behind it but basically using blueberry multiplies the amount of pressure you can apply to each panel. 

    More pressure when sealing the panel ensures that no air is trapped between the panels. When there are gaps or air bubbles between panels it makes way for our hair's own natural oils, styling product, sweat, etc to make its way into the extension panel and cause them to break down prematurely or get extra ooey gooey which makes for an uncomfortable and time consuming removal process. 

    A panel that breaks down too soon can cause slipping, sliding, and sad feelings. No one wants their application to fall out, so use a sealing tool like Blueberry and make sure yours does not! 

    5 Reasons to Love Thick Chick Volumizing Foam!

    Thick Chick Volumizing Foam
    I’ve tried DOZENS of volumizers. Foams, sprays, sprinkles, you name it…. Most of the products that deliver high powered lift also deliver high powered sticky icky, or create a weird waxy coating that flakes off and looks like dandruff or dry scalp- so not the case with Thick Chick. My hair is touchable, moves like normal hair, and doesn’t feel sticky or gross at all. I know this can be a concern, especially when you have extremely fine or thin hair, and I would recommend this volumizer whether you have 2 hairs or 2 heads of hair.  

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    Blending and Styling Extensions | Thick Chick Can Help

    Blending and Styling Extensions | Thick Chick Can Help
    When veteran hair extension expert/entrepreneur/inventor/artist Christopher Box created Thick Chick Volumizing Foam it was because while doing extensions behind the chair at one of the many salons he’s opened he noticed that no matter how well the extensions were made, how well they were cut to blend…there was always a “weight” or density difference.

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