Microlink hair extensions do not require the use of heat, adhesives or other chemicals and when installed properly, there shouldn’t be any damage to your real hair. … This will help avoid breakage and maintain the longevity of the extensions.
Aftercare Instructions: Smooth the shampoo onto the scalp/ root area, gently massaging between the bonds/micro links. There is no need to wash the mid-lengths and ends the lather will cleanse the hair as you rinse– never rub as tangling will occur.
In fact, we usually find that around 150 micro bonds are needed for 6 rows, which is in fact a 3/4 Head, whereas our Full Head of 200 hair extensions is usually enough to apply up to 8 rows.
Are microbead extensions bad for hair?
One of the reasons that clients love micro bead hair extensions is because they will not damage your natural hair. This means that your hair can grow healthily while you enjoy wearing long and luscious extensions. They are applied without any need for using heating tools, glue or any other chemicals.
Micro links are excellent when blending straight hairstyles with commercial hair. However, they will work on other textures as well. These links work best for achieving a high ponytail and seamless blending. … They are also less protective than the traditional weave method because of how much hair needs to be left out.
Hair extensions are traditionally used to enhance an already substantial length into waist-length hair, or enough for an elaborate up-do. … In the past, this wouldn’t have been possible, but modern micro links or clip-ins can be used even with short hair.
Apply extension-safe shampoo to the hair and massage it to reach a lather, followed by a high-quality conditioner. It is important that the hair extensions remain protected during the day; however according to Airyhair, you should avoid applying any conditioner to the hair roots.
Yes! With Micro Links 100% of the hair can be reused if they have been maintained well whilst being worn We will re-bond the tip and re-use.