How To Install Tape In Hair Extensions?

How To Install Tape In Hair Extensions?

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What are Tape In Hair Extensions?

Tape in extensions are the most popular hair extension trend on the market. Tape in hair extensions are thin tape wefts, 1 inch wide pre-taped hair wefts, that get “taped-in” in between your own hair in “sandwich” like bonds.  It is the most requested hair extension method in salons worldwide. This method is 100% natural, requires no tools or chemicals, and lasts up to three months-and the hair is reusable! It takes less than an hour to apply an entire head with zero damage.

Tips Before Installation: 

*Wash your hair with shampoo before installation.

*Do not use any conditioner or deep conditioning treatment.

*Make sure your own hair is dry and clean and free from any products or oils.

e-litchi tape in hair extension

1st Step

*Create a horizontal parting line where you want to attach Tape-In Extension weft from E-litchi.

2nd Step

*Clip the top layers of hair out of the way with duck bill clips.

*Start installing the Tape-In Extension weft at the nape of the neck.

3rd Step

*Remove the adhesive backing from one Tape-In Extension weft.

*Place the weft underneath a ¼ inch thick section of hair.

*Gently rub the hair onto the adhesive to secure hair.

4th Step

*Remove the adhesive backing for the corresponding Tape-In Extension weft.

*Place it directly on top of the bottom extension.

5th Step

*Sandwich the natural hair between the first and second wefts

6th Step

*Continue the above steps from bottom to top for best volume.

Note after installation:

*Use a straightener to press out all the air bubbles from between the attachments. If air bubbles are left between the attachments, water and shampoo may enter when washing and dissolve the adhesive on the tape.

*Do not style or wash your hair for 48 hours after attaching the extensions.

Now do you know how to install tape in hair extensions? Comment below if you have any questions.


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