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SamJdonn

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So I qualified 2 weeks ago as a hair extension specialist in micro Nano and bonds. I had my first model last week and fitted her with 150g 20” (1g per bond) with copper tubes. She had had 30 fall out within a week what have I done wrong and why is their so much fall out?? Any suggestions? I just clamp like I would a micro ring. They also ain’t silicone lined. Iv purchased the micro rings (silicone lined) to reattached the ones that fell out is this also ok? Photo of completed hair below. She was my first model x
 

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cmsuper

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Well done very good work for a first set. You can use silicone copper tubes at the beginning as the hold is much better. The reason could be not enough hair is the ring. When applying copper tubes I always squeeze them in the middle and in the corners x
 

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I have always used silicone lined for every method and my clients never lose more than 5, as said above maybe the sections are too small that you’ve taken and that are too heavy, did the rings come out with them?
Welcome to the hair extension world
 

kz2308

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Did the client have clean hair prior to application? Could also not be enough hair in the rings, or wrong brush being used by client.

Amazing work for your first time. X
 

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