A Guide to 5 Types of Hair Extensions: Which is Right for You?

By Lauren Salapatek | 06/09/2014 3:52:00 PM

 

Philip James, owner of Philip James Salon published an easy-to-understand, instructional graphic that serves as a guide to choosing the right hair extensions for a client. “Hair extensions are great for adding volume and length to your hair, for changing style, or experimenting with new looks. But with so many hair extension options available, it can be tough to figure out which type is best for you,” says Philip James Salon.

The guide is split into five types: fusion, microlink or microcylinder, braidless sew-in, skin weft and clip-ins. The guide provides a description of each, what each are best for, how they are attached, how long they last and maintenance information.

Use this guide to help you determine which option is best for your client’s needs.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Lauren Salapatek

Lauren Salapatek Lauren Salapatek, Web Editor for Modern Salon | Salon Today | First Chair.

(Previous positions: Associate Editor/E-Newsletter Content Production Manager)

Since January 2010, Lauren has worked for Modern Salon Media covering salon style, product and beauty trends, and business editorial for both print and online content. As of October 2013, Lauren’s role changed to Web Editor—now she manages all online editorial content for modernsalon.com, salontoday.com and firstchair.com. As part of her responsibilities, she creates, edits, organizes and curates content for all Modern Salon Media’s websites; manages the creation and production of all Salon e-newsletters; promotes Modern Salon Media’s digital content via several social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest); and maintains an editorial calendar to keep all Modern Salon Media’s websites timely and current.

You can find Lauren on Google+ or e-mail her at lsalapatek@modernsalon.com.

 


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