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10 Ways You Can Use Dry Shampoo
Refresh Your Extensions: Shampooing with extensions can be cumbersome and it can also disturb the bonds, so try using dry shampoo! Tip head upside down, spray the scalp area and press dry shampoo into the scalp with fingers. It removes oil, as well as make-up and other debris around the hairline.
Soothe Your Scalp: Instant Refresh’s aromatherapy properties soothe and control inflammation caused by extensions, overzealous brushing or combing, or too tight ponytails and buns.
Stretch Out Your Blowout: After investing in a great professional blowout, skip tomorrow’s shampoo and extend the life of your look with dry shampoo.
Get Out of the Gym in a Hurry: Squeeze in a few extra set of reps, then skip the shower and get to your next appointment. Dry shampoo will absorb oil and perspiration and no one will know you breezed through the locker room.
Show up for your date looking and smelling fresh. No time to shower after work? Hit your hair with dry shampoo and zap away oil and the odors of the day—smoke, pollution, the greasy fast-food joint where you had lunch. You’ll feel fresh all night long.
Grip your updo. Strands that are too soft and silky tend to slip out of pins, causing upstyles to come undone. Dry Shampoo gives slick hair a touch of texture that makes it easier to style and secure updos.
Boost your roots. A few quick sprays of dry shampoo creates natural, lift at the scalp. Hair looks and feels fuller and is easier to style.
Spare fine hair. The last thing that fine, thin strands need is over-working in the shower. Give fine or damaged hair a break with dry shampoo. It will look fuller and feel fresh and clean.
Create “second day” hair any day. Mist hair with Dry Shampoo to help create fashionably disheveled styles that require a little extra movement. It helps produce a uniquely malleable texture that enhances definition and separation.
HAIR EXTENSION INFO
Hair extension information.
Here is a quick look at the different methods of applying hair extensions:
Hair extensions can be attached to your head in many different ways, including gluing, tubing, sewing, and clipping on. Different methods have different advantages. The method you choose will depend on many factors: your hair, your lifestyle, your budget, and your needs, for starters. If you are looking for a long-lasting, natural-looking hair extension, though, consider one of the fusion methods.
Fusion is generally the preferred method as fused hair extensions can last up to three to six months with skilled application and proper care. With fusion hair extensions, the extensions should be indistinguishable from your natural hair. If properly applied, the attachment site should be virtually invisible.
Fusion hair extensions can be applied in different ways: hot or cold fusion. Hot fusion or bonding uses hot glue to attach extensions to your hair. This is the more traditional method. While it does have many happy followers, others say that the glue causes the extensions to feel stiff and unnatural. These extensions can last up to 4 months.
Hot fusion– (lasts 3-4 months) This method won’t harm natural hair but doesn’t have a lot of adhesive for holding power needed for extended wear. After a few washings, the tubes can loosen, releasing strands, which then allows even more extension hair to fall out. You generally loose about 3-4 strands throughout the period they are in. $150-$200 full head.
Cold fusion (recommended)- (last 3-5 months) this method uses no heat, it is good for all hair types. Uses a metal tube clamped over the real hair to attach extension hair. $150-$300 full head.
Fusion hair extensions are more expensive than other methods. If you want long-lasting, natural-looking luscious hair, they just might be the extensions for you.
Weaves – (lasts 2 weeks) Tiny braids hold hair extensions against the scalp, like cornrows, except these braids are hidden. $100 full head.
Bonding – (lasts shampoo to shampoo) The extensions used for this method have a latex plug meant to be glued to your own hair for short terms use. Because this method is fast it’s also inexpensive. However, to remove extensions, oil and heat must be used to dissolve the bonding agent, which messy and time consuming. If not removed with care the latex can pull your own hair out. $50 full head.
Braids, Cornrows, Twists, Locks - Integrates extensions in a visible way in that the braided attachment is seen but blends into the hairstyle. $ upon consultation
PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE HAIR. You would need to order your hair from one of my recommended sites or a beauty supply store.
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