Tape-In Extensions: How-To
If your clients are looking for a little extra length and volume but don’t have time to spend three hours sitting in your chair, Tape-In extensions are the best option. As a stylist, you also don’t have time to be away from your salon, which makes Hairlocs—100 percent human hair extensions that are delivered directly to your salon—the most convenient extension system for you and your time-conscious clients.
Hairlocs comes in a variety of shades (29 in fact) and lots of texture options including wave patterns so your clients can get the exact hair they’re looking for. Plus, you’ll get instant access to top-notch educational videos, like this one featuring Team Hairlocs Stylist Angela Demolfetto, who demos the popular Tape-In extension method.
“We chose the tape-in method because we can go very close to the hairline and it lays flat to give you a lot of versatility and a lot of base. That way, the shorter hair will blend in with the 20-inch extensions nicely,” Angela shares.
Total time: 45 mnutes
Longevity of install: 6 to 8 weeks
Longevity of hair: 6 to 8 months
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