This is a very sexy and natural look. Beyonce's hair has been cut with longer layers around the perimeter of her hairline. A style like this is great for all face shapes.
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How are hair extensions attached?
There are many different ways to attach human or synthetic fiber hair
extensions. Below is a list of the basic methods and description. Many of
these methods are referred to by several different terms.
Attachment of hair extensions, regardless of method, should never hurt in
any way (other than financially of course!)
Fusion, Infusion, Strand by Strand
Extension hair is applied strand by strand (Infusion) with a hot or cold form
of adhesive. The adhesive can be a keratin based product or other naturalbased
products that can be very similar to the material that makes up the
hair and nails and is considered to be non-damaging to your own hair. Some
companies will vary the amount of individual pieces of hair that are included
in each strand. I.E. some will consider 20-30 human hairs to be one strand.
There are many types and variations of adhesives available, including waxes
and medical grade adhesives. Extension hair applied in wefts is called fusion
and extension hair applied strand by strand is called infusion.
Generally speaking, fusion refers to both strand by strand and weft
attachment. Fusion is a more permanent technique that can last anywhere
from 3-5 months. Be advised that there are some stylists and professionals
in the hair extension industry that stress that no hair extensions should be
left attached to your hair for more than 8 weeks, as they will cause
permanent hair loss if left on longer. (Called traction alopecia)
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