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The 4 Rules of Colored Hair Extensions That Newbies Need to Know

It can take up to three months for your hair to grow just half an inch. Your ethnicity, age, and genes all play a big part in how fast your hair will grow.

Whether you want long hair for your big wedding day, a class reunion, or a family vacation, you may need to look into other ways to get long flowing locks.

Hair extension sales are growing more and more each year, could colored hair extensions be your answer?

Check out these four rules to get colored hair extensions that beautify and blend with your natural hair.

1. You Get What You Pay For

There are many different types of hair extensions, ways to dye them, and ways to attach them.

A big part of the hair extensions cost is what type of hair the extensions are made of. Synthetic hair extensions are less pricey, but they don’t react like natural hair extensions when you cut, color, and style them.

How much are hair extensions containing natural hair going to cost you? It still depends on how you install them.

You can attach your hair extensions by yourself to save money, but going to a professional salon will ensure the color, cut and style blend perfectly with your natural hair.

2. Upkeep is Key

There is a big difference between hair extensions before and after prolonged wear, but if you take the time to care for them properly, the natural look will last longer.

Washing and brushing your hair extensions gently will ensure they stay silky while preventing the hairs from falling out.

Using hair masks are another great way to take care of your extensions, especially if you dry, straighten, or curl them often. Because your extensions don’t receive your scalp’s natural oils, heat damage takes a harder toll on them than your natural hair.

3. Chose the Right Colored Hair Extensions

A big part of matching your natural color to your hair extensions is making sure the base color mainly matches your hair. The problem is, most people don’t have just one single color in their hair.

If your hair has a lot of different hues, match the extensions to the ends of your hair. This will make it easier for your stylist to make a seamless blend from your natural hair to the extensions.

4. Keep Your Lifestyle in Mind

Not everyone has the money or time to go to the salon once every month or so, and that’s okay. There are tons of options with varying price ranges as long as you know what you’re in for.

Just trying out a look for a Friday night party? Go with clip-ins that best match your color.

Want long locks for all your family vacation photos? Maybe it’s worth it to go to your stylist for some permanent hair extensions.

Rock Those Locks

There’s a lot of information to consider, but now that you’ve got the facts, it’s time to get the long tresses you desire.

Get in touch with Charleston Hair and Makeup to discuss the first step in getting your colored hair extensions.