Tape In Extensions - 20 pcs - Color #1B 50g
- 20 pcs one pack, 2.5 gram per piece
- Salon-quality tape adhesive made in the USA
- Can be colored to match (deposit only)
- Safe to heat style (blowout, straighten & curl)
- Great for events or everyday to add volume and length
Tape In Hair Care
How Do I properly and safely Wash My Tape Ins
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What type of shampoo should I use for tape in hair?
It is recommended to use a sulfate-free shampoo specifically formulated for extensions or hair extensions when washing tape-in hair extensions. Sulfates are harsh detergents that can strip the hair of its natural oils and cause the tape to come loose.
Sulfate-free shampoos are gentler on the hair and will not damage the tape. They can also help to maintain the integrity of the hair and the natural color of the extensions. Some shampoos that are specifically formulated for extensions contain ingredients like keratin and argan oil that can help to nourish and protect the hair.
It is also important to avoid using any styling products or oils that contain alcohol, as they can also cause the tape to come loose or weaken the bond. And also, it's better to avoid using any styling products that are too heavy, such as hair wax or hair clay, that can build up in the hair and cause the tape to come loose.
How Do I safely curl my tape in hair?
Are Tape In Extensions Safe?
Tape-in hair extensions are considered safe when applied and maintained properly by a professional stylist. The extensions are attached to your natural hair using a double-sided tape that is applied close to the scalp. The tape is strong enough to keep the extensions in place but gentle enough not to damage your own hair.
However, like any hair extension method, there are potential risks and side effects associated with tape-in extensions. Improper application, maintenance or use of the wrong products can cause damage to the natural hair, scalp irritation or the tape-ins falling out.
It's important to make sure that the stylist is experienced and knowledgeable in the tape-in extension application process, and that the extensions are of high quality and match your hair color and texture as closely as possible.
It's also important to be aware that tape-in extensions can put stress on your natural hair, which can cause hair loss or breakage if not maintained properly. It's essential to be gentle when brushing, washing and styling your tape-in extensions, and to avoid putting too much tension on the hair when styling.
It's also important to have regular check-ups with the stylist to make sure the tape is still secure, and to retape the extensions every 6-8 weeks, or when the tape becomes visible or starts to lose its hold.
In general, tape-in extensions are a safe and popular option for adding length and volume to your hair, as long as they are applied and maintained correctly, and you are aware of the potential risks and side effects.
How Do I safely Remove My Tape Extensions?
Brush out the extensions to remove any tangles or knots.
Gently heat the tape tabs with a hair dryer set on a low heat setting. This will soften the adhesive and make it easier to remove the tape tabs.
Carefully remove the tape tabs by gently pulling them away from the hair. Make sure not to pull on the hair or damage the extensions. It's best to use a tape remover solution or rubbing alcohol to help soften the tape for an easier and less damaging removal.
Once all the tape tabs have been removed, use a sulfate-free shampoo or tape in hair extensions shampoo to clean the hair and scalp thoroughly.
Dry the hair completely and detangle it gently.
It's important to note that tape-in extensions should be removed every 6-8 weeks or when the tape becomes visible or starts to lose its hold. If the tape is not removed properly, it can cause damage to the natural hair or scalp irritation. It's also important to avoid using any tools or products that can damage the hair or scalp.It's also important to keep in mind that after removing the tape-ins, your natural hair may need some time to recover. It's best to give your hair a break and avoid any more extensions or chemical treatments for some time.
Hair Length Chart
How Many Bundles Will I Need?
Probaly the most common question we recieve. We reccomend for a Full Sew In longer than 16" - 3 Bundles / Partial Sew In or Sew in witha closure under 16" - 2 Bundles.
Can I dye my Bundles
This is probably the second most asked question. When it comes to dying extensions, you must understand that each quality collection has different coloring capabilties. Please see read each collections capabilities above.
How Do I Wash My Extensions
Using a generous amount of sulfate free condition ( we like aragon oils) gently run your fingers through the hair. You can also use a wide-toothed comb to ensure every strand is coated evenly.Rinse out the conditioner using luke-warm water and pat (don’t rub!) dry using a towel.Complete your wash routine by allowing your extensions to air dry. Once your extensions have dried, simply comb them out using a WIDE-toothed (emphasis on WIDE, tight teeth will pull the hair from the weft) comb, and install or style as desired!
HD vs Transparent Lace
What is HD Lace?
HD Lace is the thinnest lace in the hair market. It is also very soft and delicate which means that users must be extra careful when wearing these pieces
What is the Difference between HD and Transparent Lace
HD Lace has the best effect for blending frontal with the skin. Since it is the thinnest lace it is unnoticeable compared to other lace types. Since HD lace is made of a lighter material, the knots on the lace are very hard to notice. Both HD and Transparent can provide similar natural effects when installed. Keep in mind that both HD and Transparent Lace DO NOT Last Longer than other laces, they only provide a different effect. Keep that in mind when purchasing as you will need to be extra gentle with the material.
How Long Should My Install Last?
Lace usually last 1-2 weeks before maintenance is required. Keep in mind that all this is DETERMINED BY THE CUSTOMERS CARE, everyone takes care of their hair differently. If you're a frequent sweater, this may not be the best choice for you.
Is Maintaining My Lace Required?
HD Lace is very delicate, so it will require higher maintenance than standard lace. HD Lace is not cheap and can become costly if you're constantly replacing. We only recommend HD Lace if you are capable of maintaining these products. Please consult your stylist.
Closures & Frontals
What is the Difference Between a Closure and Frontal?
Our lace closures cover the top front part of your head just behind the hairline. It is designed to cover the section of your head where you decide to part your hair. The bigger the closure, the more part coverage you have. We carry 4 inches by 4 inches and 5 inches by 5 inches Closures. All of our lace products are made with Swiss lace.
Our lace frontals cover the entire front perimeter of your head from ear to ear. Frontals have a dimension of 13 inches to 4 inches. The versatility of frontals are endless because you are able to part it in any direction. All of our lace products are made with Swiss lace.
Are Your Closures and Frontals Free Part?
Yes, all of the Loxx Closures and Frontals are all Free Parting. Free Part means that you can part the hair on the lace however you desire!
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