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How to Install Tape Hair Extensions

How to Install Tape Hair Extensions:

Learn how to install tape-in hair extensions.

Items Needed:
Doctored Locks Tape Hair
Crocodile Clips
Tail Comb

Steps:
1. Section the natural hair where your first extension will be placed.
2. Using your tail comb, pick up a thin slice of natural hair as wide as your tape extensions (you will apply extensions to both sides of this natural hair slice).
3. Peel away the tape backing of your first extension.
4. Hold the natural hair and position the tape hair underneath it.
5. Press the natural hair downward into the tape leaving space between the scalp and the extension.
6. Peel away the backing of your second hair extension.
7. Place this piece directly over the first, sandwiching the natural hair in between.
8. Press the extension pieces together.
9. Continue this process until you have completed your desired installation.

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4 thoughts on “How to Install Tape Hair Extensions”

  • Thanks for the video! I've been interested in taped in extensions for awhile now. Are they OK for fine, thin hair and how many pieces are needed for a whole head? How long do they last and can they be washed and styled and all that good stuff?

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    • They are perfect for fine, thin hair - as long as you have enough hair on top to cover them. We are coming out with a tape line, very soon that has rooted tape tabs (instead of the hair coming out the bottom, it comes out like grass (then down) if that makes sense? It looks more like rooted clusters - this will help people hide them that typically have a difficult time hiding extensions. They can be washed and styled like normal - they shoudn't budge until you use a remover. Typically, we see people using 3 packs for a full installation.

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  • How long does your natural have to be to get extentions?

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    • To be honest, you can get extensions when your hair is half an inch long - the problem isn't getting them to stay, its getting them to blend. As a general rule, the best blends start at chin length, and the length shouldn't be longer than double what the natural hair is (you can get realistic layers this way). However, if you add a top piece that covers shorter hair, you won't be bound by this limitation. Anything is possible with a little work and a bit of creativity. :)

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