While some salons use techniques such as weaving, braiding, waxing, gluing or knotting, the methods of attachment we use are the latest and the greatest.
The Great Lengths single strand fusion method uses keratin, which is the tough protein substance that is the main structural component of our hair and nails. The Great Lengths keratin bond is a polymer compound whose molecular structure is very similar to that of human hair so it moves and behaves like your own hair to ensure a gentle, yet strong hold. The end of the pre-tipped strand is softened by the applicator tong so it can be molded to your natural hair.
The Dream Catchers by Paris Hilton single strand method is applied using a technologically advanced micro-cylinder. A small section of your natural hair is threaded through the cylinder along with the pre-tipped strand, then the cylinder is closed to secure the strand to your own hair. They are designed to be reusable for several applications because the tip does not break down with use. This method of application is possibly the most cost effective around because the hair can be used over and over again.
The Ultratress II adhesive weft method is a unique product utilizing advanced adhesive bonds applied in a sandwich technique. This method was created especially for people with fine or thinning hair. Because it evenly distributes the weight of the extension over a larger area of your natural hair, the susceptibility of damage to your natural hair is greatly reduced. This method is the only extension application that we recommend for people who have naturally finer hair or have experienced hair loss or damage for any reason.