How long do hair extensions last and in fact from our hair?

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Answer 1:  I believe 6 weeks, but you have to go back once a week and check them.. things like that..You can get them from hair stylict, but the hair stylict doesnt want you to– they want you to buy theres. Which of course are more expensive

Answer 2:

I would say about 2-3 months. I depends on what you get, I usually get a cap or a sew in and that is what determines how long it stays for. The cap is basically when your own hair is pulled up or braided and a cap is put on to which hair is glued, think of it as a personal wig, for that I tend to use synthetic hair. The sew in is when your own hair is braided and then the tracks are sewn in. I actually have that right now and the good thing with this is that it allows versatility depending on the style you have.

The key to keeping it in long though is regular visits (every 2 weeks or so) to your hairstylist to tighten as needed and to wash properly. Because of how the hair is styled it is good to have it done professionally once a week or every two weeks as you see fit.

Hope this helped.

Source(s):Me and my sister 🙂 we get a lot of extensions because of the freedom it allows. You can safely curl and flat iron day in and day out and not worry about damage.

Answer 3:

  • Professional hair extensions last different lengths of time, depending on what type of hair extensions they are. There are many different hair extensions brands, like Great Lengths hair extensions for example. Speak to the hair extensions salon you are buying them from, and they should be able to answer your question. I would say 4-6 months on average.

Answer 4:

All you need to do is ask them how to put them in (if you get clip ins) & good shampoo to clean them with.. isuggest you get real extensions, they are pricey, but last longer.

Answer 5:

How long extensions last mainly depends on the method of application. they are listed below in least to highest price order and shortest to longest lasting.

1. Glued in: you can do this @ home with a friend’s help (or at a salon) if you go to a salon and have them help you find hair to match. Use the dry clear clue unless you have dark skin and hair. (strong smell) You can use synthetic hair but I recommend human hair, the best you can afford. less shedding and you can curl it, flat iron it and etc. I do a lot of these for proms. lasts a few days for most people, up to a month. however long you can keep them in I guess. can itch and feel funny, you never forget they are in. can’t wash your hair properly and etc. with human hair you have a better chance of it looking good and using it again another time.

2. Clipped in: do a search online for these products. they can be synthetic or human hair. I have the long wavy in synthetic and also the mid length straight and wear them a few times a month. I usually order them direct but I think a client said they saw them on QVC. very good quality and easy to use. I wouldn’t spend the money to get human hair in this, synthetic is fine. just order the ones to go with how you normally wear your hair, curly, wavy or straight. it is best to have shoulder length hair with little layering to wear them, but you can also do what I do since my hair is a bit shorter and layered, I tease the top crown and pull hair back from the sides and top and clip it over the extensions in back and do side swept bangs. you may need to bobby pin the hair on the sides of your nape so it doesn’t stick out under the extension piece. they can be washed and used again and again. lasts as long as you want to keep them in and can be put in by yourself easily.

3. Sewn in: best to get done at a salon. a stylist will braid your real hair (must have at least 4 inch length at crown to hide braids or tracks as they are called) to the scalp in rows and will then take blonde or dark thread and a special needle and sew the hair in sections to it. again, can use synthetic or human hair. human hair again lasts longer and can be reused. will last 3 months or so until you have to go back in and have it redone.

4. Human hair extensions bonded: there are many extension systems out there that salon stylists use. Many  companies make a system that has a little plastic tube like attachment that is bonded to the shaft of the hair with a special heating tool. once in they can last for up to six months or so. you can wash them as you would your normal hair, use heat tools and etc. you need to use a special brush to care for them as the little bonds can still be felt on the hair and a normal brush would pull on them.

Another type of human hair extension system is a keratin bonding system. in this the hair is actually bonded to the hair chemically with heat. you will not be able to feel the bonds in the same way as the other method. you would have to go in and get check ups on the hair, braid it in long tails at night to prevent tangling and it is recommended to use special shampoos and conditioners. this system can last up to a year.

Answer 6:

It depends on whether you get glued on, or clipped on extensions. I believe the clipped on ones last longer.

Answer 7:

My hair dresser said it would 2 or 3 months if u didn’t wash it evertday & took care of it.good luck

Answer 8:

Well it matters on wut kind of brand u get. i remember wen i had extensions i 4got wut brand is was but it started with an L. don’t get it trust me (p.s. choose my answer as best answer if it helps u)

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Other answers for the question: How long do hair extensions last?

Answer 1: I would say about 2-3 months. I depends on what you get, I usually get a cap or a sew in and that is what determines how long it stays for. The cap is basically when your own hair is pulled up or braided and a cap is put on to which hair is glued, think of it as a personal wig, for that I tend to use synthetic hair. The sew in is when your own hair is braided and then the tracks are sewn in. I actually have that right now and the good thing with this is that it allows versatility depending on the style you have.

The key to keeping it in long though is regular visits (every 2 weeks or so) to your hairstylist to tighten as needed and to wash properly. Because of how the hair is styled it is good to have it done professionally once a week or every two weeks as you see fit.

Answer 2: With proper care, sew-in and glue-in extensions can last for up to 3 months, whereas micro ring hair extensions can last from 6 to 9 months. The period varies according to the type of extensions and the level of maintenance.

Micro-ring extensions with silicon may grip the natural hair better, allowing for longer wear. The synthetic hair should be glued together at the ends to help thread it through the ring and keep strands from falling out. Once the hair is threaded through, the ring is clamped with pliers. To remove the extensions, the ring has to be clamped on the opposite sides to open it and slide it off of the natural hair.

Answer 3:The length of time that hair extensions will last varies from person to person. However, with proper installation, care and maintenance, your hair extensions should last you at least a year. Our hair extensions are made from the highest quality 100 percent virgin remy human hair. This means you’ll be starting out with the best, longest lasting hair extensions possible.

How long do OUR  hair extensions last?

Our hair lasts at least 2 years because of these reasons:

– Our hair is virgin full cuticle hair. The hair only cut from donors, then washing and making weft, dyeing (as clients’ requirement)…and the cuticle is full, not be removed any. Even with closure or frontal, we also not remove the cuticle.

– Our hair is almost collected from farmmers and in ethnic areas who often care hair with plants, no chemical and the hair very strong. You can view this writing with the way people here care hair:

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– With our hair, you can reuse it again and again and restyle it as your requirement. This is the way we check if the hair is virgin or not:

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However, in order to get last long hair, the most important thing that you need to care it well when you use it with good shampoo, conditioners…

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Virgin hair extensions from us after cutting from donnors

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Virgin hair after making weft

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