Buyers beware – coloured hair extensions may cause irreversible damage your hair. Take 5 minutes to go through this article before making a purchase.
Some common hair extension horrors:
1. Traction Alopecia: This is the most frequent problem brought on by weave in extensions. If the weave is tight, it might tug in the natural hair causing baldness and bald patches
2. Contact Dermatitis: This can be an allergic reaction caused by glue used for bonding extensions to real hair. Symptoms include itchiness, red rash.
3. Headache: If extensions are attached too close to the scalp then it could cause recurring headache due to normal hair being pulled too tight.
4. Inflammation and irritation of scalp: When the extensions become tangled or matted, they get caught in tines while brushing or combing hair leading to inflammation and irritation.
Always remember that Hair Extensions Cost industry is unregulated and lacks the standards that apply to hair cutting and coloring business. Consequently, It is in your own interest to do as much research as you can
Colored Hair Extensions are an extremely popular hair/ fashion accessory nowadays. At some point or the other, you would have also considered using artificial extensions to include bright colors or highlights to your hair. Though no doubt extensions are an easy and instant way to add volume or color to your hair, it can harm your hair and scalp if extreme caution is not exercised.
It’s very important to be fully aware concerning benefits and hazards of any product before you start using it. It’s even more important when the product relates to your own hair, as hair damage is very hard and time consuming to fix.
History of hair extensions
Hair extensions were used throughout the Egyptian span by both genders as an ornament. Egyptian men used to shave their own scalp but wear wigs as a safeguard from different elements, infections, and lice.