Hair Extensions for Philadelphia
Sensual, long, bed head locks never go out of style and are currently all the rage on the runway. The good news is that these gorgeous, sought after, and seemingly natural thick manes are actually boosted with the help of hair extensions! Just like us regular gals, the models on the runway also get a little help from their hairstylist to achieve that bombshell look. At Daneene Jensen & Associates, LLC., we are proud to be Philadelphia’s number one source for high-quality salon hair extensions. We are pleased to provide the people of Philadelphia with beautiful, long-lasting, and natural-looking hair extensions that make our clients feel beautiful, confident and runway-ready!
Methods for Applying Hair Extensions
Depending on your budget, there are a few different types of hair extension applications that we offer at our Philadelphia salon. Generally, the most popular methods for applying hair extensions are:
These extensions are pressed to your existing hair follicles using double-sided tape and held in place using a heat method which fuses the tape with your hair. These are a mid-range product which can last six to eight weeks. It is recommended that they be maintained and re-done at least every two months. This method takes about one hour to complete and is very natural-looking and versatile. The great thing about this method is the maintenance does not compromise the integrity of the extension, meaning you can reuse your extensions and save money by not having to constantly purchase new ones.
This affordable option is popular with our Philadelphia clients. The hair extensions are weaved into your hair using a braiding method, therefore your hair is not heated. This type of method is recommended for those clients with thick hair that is able to withstand the braiding process. Thin, silky hair is not ideal for this method. Like tape-ins, weaving your extensions allows you to reuse them.
This method involves fusing small sections of hair extensions with your natural locks by heating the keratin tip of the extension. This process takes up to four hours and is the most expensive treatment, however it lasts up to four months compared to weaves and tape-ins that only last up to two. Another thing to consider with this type of application is that maintenance does not allow you to reuse the extensions, meaning you must purchase new extensions every four months if you want to maintain them.
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Now that you are more familiar with the different types of hair extension applications, it is time for you to speak with one of our knowledgeable hair extension technicians to determine if hair extensions are right for you and your lifestyle. If you choose to go forward with the application, a hair technician will arrange a consultation with you to answer any questions that you may have about the process. We can’t wait to get started working on your hair!