Things to Know About Nail Tip Hair Extensions?

The nail tip extensions are one of the fascinating products available in the market for those who would love to have a shinier, bouncier and long mane, instantly. Since the extensions take a few hours to apply, all you need to do is to wait for a few hours to get the length and style of hair of your dreams. The nail tip extensions come with many advantages.

The nail tip extensions are so called, because they resemble the tip of our nails, once they are bonded to the base of our natural hair. The extensions are selected depending upon the customers’ requirements and the colour choice. Once you have the extensions in hand, the experts start applying the adhesive or special keratin glue and roll your natural hair with the extensions. A few hours are all it takes to produce the stunning effect which can last for months together.

The keratin glue is such that it helps your extension stay put at the base, and provides beauty and bounce to the hair. Moreover, the glue quickly dissolves in a particular solvent. So, once you decide you want to remove your extensions or want to have them redone, the keratin bonding can be broken easily, by applying the suitable solvent to it.

Apart from the application or removal part, another benefit of having a nail tip extension is that they can, with minimal maintenance, stay for months together. Also, even after some months, when your hair outgrows the extensions, they can be reused by breaking the keratin bond and reapplying the same strands to your new crop of natural hair.

Thus, if you are looking for an extension which will bring back shine and bounce in your hair, and add on to its length, the nail tip extension are the best products that you can choose today. Just remember to use a good nail tip extension, to enjoy its benefits in the long run.

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