Once you have worn the human hair extension, do not keep it on for more than 3 months. This will help in protecting you natural hair and your hair extension as well. There is a different procedure that needs to be followed for different hair extensions. Using these Hair extensions removal tips you can protect your hair from getting damaged.
Clip in Hair extensions and feather hair extensions are the easiest ones to be removed. All you need to do is to locate the clip and detach it from your hair. But, the hair extensions that are fixed using other methods like glues and threads might need some extra care to be taken.
The sewn in hair extensions can be removed by locating the thread using which the hair extension is sewed to the natural hair. Once it is located, cut the thread, and while cutting make sure that you don't cut your hair by mistake. Then locate the other threads and follow the same procedure.
Glued in hair Extensions are the most complicated hair extensions and its removal process must be carried out under the supervision of an expert. First, apply some glue remover or dissolver near the areas where the hair extensions is fixed and gently scrub the base of the extensions with dissolver until you feel that it is loosening. Once you have carried out the complete procedure all over the extensions carefully remove the hair extensions out of your natural hair. If you feel that there are some more extensions dangling to your hair, then use a comb to remove the extensions from your natural hair.
If you have the cold or thermal fusion extensions, they require a special bond removal shampoo and conditioner. This procedure is similar to the glued in extensions removal procedure. Just apply the bond remover to the extension base all around your hair and let it sit there for a span of 10 minutes. After the allotted time, you can use a wide toothed comb to gently remove the loosened extensions from your hair. Make sure that you shampoo you hair and condition it to restore its shape after the removal tips for hair extensions are followed.