Trigger warning : This article contains the “F” word. Forty. And maybe eve the word Fifty a few times so brace yourself.
I’m not sure when and how or who decreed that women over forty must wear their hair short but it did happen. I’m not crazy. And this belief is echoed every time a woman in her middle age, the silver age I like to say, sits in my chair and says “Chop it off”! I’m a good hair stylist, an incredible one in fact, so I oblige.
Tape hair extensions are so easy to apply that they are actually kind of hard. The actual process is very straightforward, however, there are several little things that often get overlooked that can really affect how long tape in hair extensions last.
What if I told you that you could prevent 99% hair extension mishaps?At Big Kizzy we have over 25 years of combined experience educating salons on hair extensions. We believe KNOWLEDGE can empower you to not make mistakes. Here are a few tips to help identify and alleviate tape hair extensions from slipping.
Don’t be EXTRA! Use the Right Tape for Your Hair & Lifestyle
Why do we offer more than one type of hair extension tape? Because, neither you or your hair is one size fits all.
A common mistake that people make when choosing hair extension tape is going with the Extra Hold Tape instead of the Regular Hold Tape. Stronger isn’t always better.
Picking the best hair extension tape is like picking the right hair care for your hair type.Some women have thicker hair and need a one thing and and others have thin fine hair need the exact opposite. The same thing applies to the tape you use for your tape extension application.
The beauty of tape extensions is how easy they are to apply. Often, that is also its downfall. If you wear tape extensions or if you are a stylists - chances are you have had issues with tapes prematurely slipping and falling out.
Tape slipping or falling out can be due to several reasons. We compiled a list of the things we think are an absolute MUST to make sure your tape in hair extensions last as long as they should.