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Hello Geeks!

What is the optimal in your opinion type of extension for a fine but still strong enough hair type that has trouble hiding their extensions?

Personally, I feel the fusions are ideal- as I’ve done tapes, microlink wefts and pieces.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
 

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Hello Geeks!

What is the optimal in your opinion type of extension for a fine but still strong enough hair type that has trouble hiding their extensions?

Personally, I feel the fusions are ideal- as I’ve done tapes, microlink wefts and pieces.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
nano rings 100% or tapes at the back and nanos on the sides (best combination for your hair type ) x
 

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nano rings 100% or tapes at the back and nanos on the sides (best combination for your hair type ) x
Darn, tapes were the worst I’ve found yet! Thanks for your input.
 

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Darn, tapes were the worst I’ve found yet! Thanks for your input.
oh no, did you have the invisible types? go for Nano rings you will not look back x
 

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oh no, did you have the invisible types? go for Nano rings you will not look back x
They were! Nano links sound good, what will be the main difference between those and fusions?
 

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They were! Nano links sound good, what will be the main difference between those and fusions?
Nano rings are:
-90% smaller than a bond
-you can fit at least 25-30 more extensions on the clients head than fusion
-No heat/glue
-Reusable option
-More comfortable to sleep on
-You should lose many
-More flexibility with placement

x
 

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Teeny tiny glue bonds I think. I make my own rather than use the prebonds so u can do them really small [emoji1360][emoji1360]
 

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Teeny tiny glue bonds I think. I make my own rather than use the prebonds so u can do them really small [emoji1360][emoji1360]
Like tiny keratin glue bonds for fusion!? [emoji3]
 

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Nano rings are:
-90% smaller than a bond
-you can fit at least 25-30 more extensions on the clients head than fusion
-No heat/glue
-Reusable option
-More comfortable to sleep on
-You should lose many
-More flexibility with placement

x
Sorry but I have to disagree. The bond on nano's are huge compared to tailor-made micro bonds and they are far too heavy for fine hair. Cramming an extra 25-30 hair extensions in is not doing the clients natural hair any favours.
 

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Sorry but I have to disagree. The bond on nano's are huge compared to tailor-made micro bonds and they are far too heavy for fine hair. Cramming an extra 25-30 hair extensions in is not doing the clients natural hair any favours.
What do you recommend? Taylor made fusions?
 

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I would use flat tips and cut them in half x
 

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I would use flat tips and cut them in half x
Is that half length wise to reduce weight. Or half width wise to reduce to visibility of the large bond?
 

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Also agree, nanos aren’t suitable for very fine hair the sections are tiny to accommodate the teeny rings and the tips are still quite heavy so overloading can occur.
 

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Is that half length wise to reduce weight. Or half width wise to reduce to visibility of the large bond?
Hey! Just following up with you :) Are the tops of extra keratin being cut, or are you cutting some weight of the hair or both? Thank you!
 

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