Suppose you guys don’t know tape. Ones are like literally a piece of tape. You have one piece of hair extension. You put a piece of your hair in between it, and then you sandwich another piece of hair extension on top. For these hair extensions, you can reuse the hair. All you have to do is remove the extension up when you get them redone. So you can reuse the hair if you do tape ends.
But the kind of hot fusion. You cannot reuse the hair. So once you use the hair, you have to throw it out with new hair.
But with the hot fusion, you can’t reuse the hair. So once you use hair, you have to throw it out with new hair.
However, some customers also reported that compared with tape hair extensions, hot fusion has more advantages. The following reviews from customers:
After having hot fusion for a few reasons, of course, I find tapings get sticky at the top, and in my personal experience, they slide down your hair for a few months. They look flawless at the beginning, but as they grow out, they look like extensions. Although you can reuse them, you have to get your hair done more often, and as someone who just hates getting my hair done, it’s a no-go for me.
I find hot fusion, which is where your hairdresser will take a piece of hair and use this little hot tool to like melt the extension onto your hair. This is one bond of the extension. So there’s your hair in it, and then the extension is bonded to the hair with keratin. This is one piece of extension getting keratin.
A fusion extension installed on your hair takes way longer than tape in. but you don’t have to do it as often, and I just find the way they grow out a lot better.