Limp-locked clients live for extensions. They add fullness, length and give clients an overall style they could never achieve with their own hair. And just like all beauty product categories, there are lots to choose from in extensions!
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If you’re in the market for something different, Simplicity Hair Extensions has created a system of extensions that utilize a patented, adhesive technology that fasten flat to clients’ hair. See how it works and visit tressallure.com for more information.
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Step 1: Remove tape backing from center and place unit on lower portion of part line, 1/8-inch from scalp line. Press gently.
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Step 2: Flip unit over, toward the upper portion of the part line. You will see natural hair attached to the middle portion of the unit.
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Step 3: Remove the tape backing from the right, securing wing and fold onto the middle section. Press firmly in place. Remove the tape backing from the left, securing wing and fold onto the middle section. Press firmly in place.
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Step 4: Return hair to its normal position. Press firmly in place and repeat where desired.
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