2mm Linkies Micro Beads 250 Count Jar Type A | Nickel Free

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Get undetectable perimeter coverage and beautifully full prebond i-tip extension installations.

Officially Endorsed Provider for NBR Stylists

Best used with Type A Tools


2mm rings accommodate undetectable perimeter extensions and allow you to put the extensions closer to natural part lines.

  • Nickel free (mixed: 70% aluminum + 20% magnesium + 10% copper)
  • Bead Dimensions - Interior Diameter: 2mm, Exterior Diameter: 3.5mm, Height: 3mm
  • Use with the 2mm microneedle
  • 250 piece jar, 2mm inner diameter
  • Lasts up to three months before needing to be removed/reinstalled/tightened
  • Silicone Free

The Doctored Locks system features the easiest hair extension installation and removal on the market. This system is perfect for anyone looking for an easy, non-damaging system.

Tip: If you experience slippage, the most common problem is not adding enough of the client's natural hair to the ring.

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Customer Questions
I have not worn my extensions in a long time and would like to again. I have a dilemma. I regularly visit a loved one that is incarcerated and need to clear the metal detectors. Do you know if the nice links will set the detectors?
It is highly unlikely that they will set off the metal detector. Some detectors are very sensitive that even tiny amounts of metal set them off (like foil gum wrappers), but most should be perfectly fine. If you are concerned, before you install them...
If a client is experiencing a pulling feeling are the beads too tight? I did the hand tied weft an I wonder about with sewing the wefts on if it’s too much weight for the hair
It's almost never a problem with weight and 99% of the time it will be an issue with the tension being too tight. If the beads are too tight it can lead to pulling, which can also irritate the follicles, which can lead to bumps in the affected area. ...
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