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Every hair extension technique on the market has gotten a bad rap at some point which instantly has a client thinking her only “safe” solution would be clip-in hair extensions and that couldn’t be further from the truth – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Clip-in, sewn-in, tape-in, glue-in, beaded hair extensions…Help!

Clip-in, sewn-in, tape-in, glue-in, beaded hair
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Yall. We have so many options for hair
extensions in 2020. This can feel so daunting
when youre looking for a hair extension solution
for something important coming up/happening in
your life (wedding, formal, hair loss, holiday
party, new baby, etc). Ive always been of the
mindset that hair extensions can change your life
by creating a confidence in you that will radiate
from the inside out with a great head of hair.
When not installed/cut properly OR color matched
properly, you are left with self-consciousness
rather than self-esteem.
No thank you. Every hair extension technique on
the market has gotten a bad rap at some point
which instantly has a client thinking her only
safe solution would be clip-in hair extensions
and that couldnt be further from the truth.
Clip-in hair extensions are ideal for the woman
looking to add slight length and more volume to a
once-in-a-awhile occasion not an every day,
extreme length transformation. To create that
big, luscious head full of hair you need quite
literally, a head full of hair. If youre prone
to a finer head of hair lemme tell ya thick,
long hair is HEAVY. Its heavy when its
naturally growing out of someones head and its
heavy when its stitched together to create a
clip-in hair extension.


I know, I know, clip-ins are more affordable, low
maintenance, and can match fairly well when
professionally purchased. However, the pressure
of the clip-in tab puts on your hair when youre
constantly popping them in out partnered with the
weight of either little clips around your head or
one giant weft of hair, can lead to weakening
your hair in that spot and sometimes hair loss.
Yikes! The maintenance turns high on this method
of hair extension when it comes to washing/taking
care of if it as it needs to be washed separate
from your own hair when cleansing.

Tape-in and glue-in hair extensions Do. Not.
Let. Advertising. Fool. You! I see videos all
day long on social media showing you how easy
tape-in extensions slide off a clients hair or
how effortlessly glue-in (keratin bonded)
extensions melt awaybut yallwhat happens when
youre at home and one of those pieces falls out?
Catches on your jacket as youre taking it off?
You roll over on your hair in the middle of the
night? Thats right. It rips out all of that hair
in that area the extension was attached to. OH

Any type of hair extension using a glue or tape
(even if its considered gentle) is to be
highly cautioned. We have better, safer options
on the market that can achieve the same if not
better result, quality, and extended wear for
those who want full-time hair extensions. Do your
research about the hair extension brand being
used, the professional installing the hair, and
ask the hard hitting questions about damage up
front so you know what youre getting into should
you choose to proceed with one of these two
options. Now sewn-in/hand tied hair extensions
have REALLY hit the scene with their marketing of
stunning before and after transformations. I
would say this method of hair extension has been
the most talked about since 2018, peaking the
consumers interest in this miracle-like solution
to all of their hair problems. Length, volume,
mind-blowing braids instantly with the help of
tiny beads attached strategically around your
head to be marketed as the gentlest form of hair
extensions to date.

With popular brands on the crankin out head
after head of hand tied hair extensions, it
leaves one to wonder what could possibly be wrong
with this process? In my professional experience
it hasnt been the process but the at-home/after
care. Dreading/matting through the row of hair
where the extension is attached is one of the
biggest red flags that they are not being
properly installed and a client is left with
damaging results, along with alopecia from too
much weight pulling on the clients hair from the
weft, and a mildew like odor emanating due to the
lack of movement/mobility in the hair extension
causing the client to not be able to properly
wash/cleanse in between the hair extension and
their natural hair.

Sew-in/hand tied hair extensions hit the market
hard and fast with their amazing marketing that
we are just starting to realize it may be more
smoke and mirrors than groundbreaking
technology. Knowing all of these facts, trying
every style of hair extension on the market over
the last decade, led me to create a hair
extension line I could honestly say would be
lightweight, discrete, and extremely gentle on
your natural hair.

Millie Pearl Hair Extensions exclusively installs
nano-bead technology which has barely hit the
American market for hair extension technique. Our
beads are 1/8th smaller than the traditional
micro-bead hair extension, weightless, and lined
with silicon to protect your hair against the
metal bead that holds it all together. Nano-bead
is the future of hair extensions because it
offers all of the same great qualities of its
older, out-dated sister the micro-bead, but with
way more perks. The small bead provides
incredible discretion which is important to the
Millie Pearl Hair Extension line. We are not
marketing mermaid hair or longhairdontcare, but
instead letting your natural beauty shine through
with the help of our hair. We want the world to
see YOU first, not your hair extensions. Our
nano-bead hair extensions also allows your hair
to move 360 degrees so washing/caring for your
hair becomes a literal extension of you without
added stress of matting, odor, or slipping.
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