Blending Your Hair into Hair Extensions
Do you have fine/thin hair and wear hair extensions for added volume, length, or both? Do you ever notice how your own natural hair still happens to look a little “different” than your hair extensions no matter how well they’re blended in or styled?
Well- if it’s not the cut, and it’s not the color, then what is it?
Well simply put: if you have fine/thin hair then the actual individual strands of hair on your head aren’t as “fat” as the strands of hair in your extensions. If you wanna get real geeky: In “scientific terms” the diameter of an individual hair on your head is less than the diameter of an individual hair in your extensions.
What does that mean?
Well basically your “skinny” strands look different because they ARE different than the “thicker” strands. So what do you do about it? Well you become a Thick Chick…
Thick Chick Volumizing Foam by Big Kizzy Hair was created to address this exact issue. 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. So he dreamt up a product that would take his clients own biological thin/fine hair and plump it up, and pump it up so it would appear thicker, fuller, and as a result blend more beautifully into extensions. This created a head of hair that looked like the client was “born with it”, not a head of hair that looked like two different types of hair on one head. In other words the hair didn’t look like hair “with extensions in it” it just looked like full, thick, natural hair.
Check out this video where he talks about Thick Chick Volumizing Foam in his own words: