Sew-in: Sew-ins are cost-effective, easy maintenance and fairly easy to remove.
The client’s hair is braided tightly to create a base for the hair wefts to be sewn and attached.
This technique is not for every client; not all hair types can handle the stress from the braiding
and weight of the extensions. Clients need to have the hair retightened through the four months.
There are many different textures, colors and types of hair for clients to pick from and there are
many different price points, based on quality and length.
Clip-ins and other temporaries: Clip-ins are wefts of hair that are attached to a clip. Clip-
ins come in many different sizes so they can be placed all around the head. They are great for that
client who wants instant gratification for special occasions. ClipIns take a short amount of time
to put in and around the head. They can add length and volume in just about every texture, color
and price range. They do offer synthetic hair, but I do recommend to my clients that real hair is
much easier to style when using heat. Halos are temporary alternatives to clipins. It’s for clients
looking for length and/or volume. And, they’re perfect for someone with hair that cannot handle
stress. Halos have an undetectable wire connected to the weft of the hair. It uses the weight of the
client’s own hair to keep it secure on the head.