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Hotheads Tape In Extensions Ultimates Rooted
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Hotheads® Ultimates are a patented design, which virtually disappear into the hair, offering an even more natural blend. This innovative design blends into the hairline, appearing to be growing directly from the root.
Benefit: Hotheads Hair Extensions are uniquely designed to lay completely seamless and undetectable in the hair. Manufactured with amazing quality human remy hair with the cuticle in tact allows our hair to be reapplied up to 3 times, while still looking and feeling amazing. Clients will get 8 to 10 weeks of wear from each application.
Directions: Clarify your guest’s hair twice with Intensive Shampoo. This process will remove all residue and 21 buildup from their hair. Do not condition or use any styling products.
Blow dry hair with a vent or paddle brush. Finish by using a professional flat iron to smooth your guest’s hair to allow for precise sectioning.
Using the Sectioning Brush, begin to section the hair, using your guest’s natural part. Next, create a parting from ear to ear, establishing three sections.
Clip away the two front sections (Sections 2 & 3), as you will begin application in the back section (Section 1), working from the occipital upward.
For a basic full head application, your first row should start at the occipital bone. Each row after should begin on the opposite side of the head than the row before to ensure that you automatically brick-lay the extensions. Sections must be clean and precise, so securely clip away all hair above the row you are currently working on.
1 Beginning on Row 1, on the right side of the head, measure 0.75” / 2cm from your guest’s hairline; the first extension will begin here.
2 Use the Sectioning Brush to take a section that is the same density and width as one piece of the extension.
3 Flip the section up while holding the hair between the index finger and middle finger, using the pinkie finger as a hinge against the head.