Usually thinning makes it hard to create your favorite styles. Women struggle with locks, which are not as thin as desired. Fortunately, you can make use of hairextensions if you have such issues. There are several options for such cases. You will find extensions available with different price tags and processes.

Bonded or FusionBlond Hair Extensions

These types of hair extensions are ideally for any hair. With keratin bonding at the end, pieces are fused together to your natural growth. Then, ultrasonic heat waves soften the keratin to make the bond. This option is quite expensive, and its installation process takes a considerable amount of time. The installation process takes about 3 to 5 hours. These extensions can be left for four months. The disadvantage with these extensions is that they are easily damaged during the extraction process.


In this case, a double-sided tape is used to hold wefts in place. Common wefts are 1.5 inches wide. The installation process of these extensions involves taping these wefts in place. This is done in separate rows. Due to the lightweight nature of these wefts, you cannot experience damage to your tresses. This installation process does not require the use of chemicals and tools. There is no need for flat iron and glue as they can damage your locks with time. Companies are now utilizing organic materials and thereby ensuring a complete natural option. It takes about one hour to complete the process. You will find this alternative cheaper than fusion process. However, you can expect additional maintenance as extensions need service after every two months.

Sew-in or Woven

Woman with curly HairWomen with curly locks or textured locks can opt for sew-in or woven extensions. In this technique, the stylist braids your natural tresses in rows from ear to ear. Also, the wefts are weaved into
braids. The process is cost effective, and it takes less than two hours to complete. These extensions will last for about three months.

Material Options

The main materials range from natural to synthetic. Natural tresses, which have been processed are very expensive. With such material, you can expect silky and soft strands. The cost of natural strands is about $250 per bunch. You will require several bunches for the whole head.
The length of your hair will increase naturally, and length of your extensions will become shorter. However, you can visit a salon to have your hair tightened. You are free to wash hair in natural ways.