Hair extensions offer so much versatility. They allow you to try different lengths, hair colors, and hair styles. And while you may be familiar with clips-ins or other extension types, hand tied extensions are by far the most popular and provide the most styling versatility — especially with a tried and trusted hand tied extension method such as Invisible Bead Extensions®.
So, whether you have short, medium-length or long hair; fine, thinning, or dense hair; straight, wavy or curly hair… You can be sure that there are hand tied extensions for different hair types. In this article we’ll cover everything you need to know about hand tied extensions for all hair types.
- Do Hand Tied Extensions Work Well With All Hair Types?
- Hand Tied Extensions On Short Hair
- Hand Tied Extensions For Thin Hair
- Hand Tied Extensions On Curly Hair
- Hand Tied Extensions On African American Hair
Do Hand Tied Extensions Work Well With All Hair Types?
Hand tied extensions can work for women with different natural hair densities as well as textures. Whether you have fine hair or thick hair, you can wear this extension method. Do you have curly or straight hair? Hand tied extensions will work for you! They can also be installed in different hair lengths as well.
Hand Tied Extensions On Short Hair
Hand tied extensions are a great option for women with short natural hair. Because it is a weft extension, you get maximum coverage with minimal attachment points. You will need to have multiple rows installed to properly blend out the ends of your natural length, but it is possible with a trained and certified hand tied extension specialist. Proper placement of your rows, as well as skilled cutting, will ensure a seamless blend.
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Hand Tied Extensions For Thin Hair
Are Hand Tied Extensions Good For Thin Hair?
Hand tied extensions can be a good option for women with thin hair. Thin refers to the density of your natural hair, meaning how many natural hair strands per square inch do you have. The lower that number, the thinner your natural density.
Hand tied extensions work on thin hair because they are extremely light weight. Other weft extensions can be too heavy, causing breakage and damage to the natural hair strand. With hand tied extensions, your stylist can layer the wefts depending on how much weight your natural hair foundation can handle.
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Hand Tied Extensions For Thin Hair Before And After
Hand Tied Extensions On Curly Hair
Hand tied extensions mostly come in a straight texture, but curly options are possible with some hair brands. For the best experience, you should choose an extension brand that offers 100% real human hair. You can find hand tied extensions that are naturally curly or straight hair that has been steam-pressed into a permanent wave.
When choosing a stylist to install curly hand tied extensions, you will want to make sure that stylist has been through extra training specifically on the cut and style of curly hair. Some extension education brands, such as IBE®, offer intensive courses on installing, cutting, and styling curly hair.
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Hand Tied Extensions On African American Hair
Hand tied extensions can work for women with textured hair. It is important you understand how to maintain them, as textured hair often follows a different regimen. There will be extra care and maintenance involved to keep your hand tied hair in good condition and free of tangling.
It is suggested you wear a silk sleep cap to bed to protect your hair. You will also want to use professional products, including a serum that you apply each night before bed.
When choosing a stylist to install hand tied extensions on textured hair, you will want to make sure that stylist has been through extra training specifically on the cut and style of curly hair. Some extension education brands, such as IBE®, offer intensive courses on installing, cutting, and styling curly hair. You will want to find a stylist who has experience with textured hair, as it is a different medium to work with than straight hair.