Are micro loop hair extensions for me? -

Are micro loop hair extensions for me?

When considering whether to have micro loop hair extensions for the first time, many women ask themselves the same questions: Are they visible? Do they damage my own hair? Are they high maintenance? Do they cost the earth? Hair extensions used to be a daunting prospect and one that often gave the impression of being expensive, a lot of work and reserved only for celebrities.

This is no longer the case.

With so much variety on the market right now, it has never been easier to use hair extensions and more and more women are using them to add length or volume.

Are they visible?

Micro loops are the smallest and least detectable hair extensions available. Applied without glue, they are quick and easy to attach by using the tiny hoops at the end – almost like they’re sewn into your hair so there’s zero mess or clumpy residue.

Do they damage my own hair?

Not at all. As there is no glue involved, when you want to remove them, you simply unhook and remove. Your own hair is kept as lovely as it was before.

Are they high maintenance?

Micro loops are the very definition of low maintenance. Made from human hair (rather than a synthetic material), you can wash, curl, straighten and dye micro loops, just like you would with your own hair. Plus, they last a lot longer than many other types of extensions so the need for reapplication is low.

Are they expensive?

Not at all. They are a lot less expensive than clip in hair or a weave and the results are just as fab.

Can I apply them at home, or do I need to visit a salon?

You can absolutely apply them at home! You will require a set of micro loop pliers but don’t panic – we sell them too!

So, whether you’re looking to add volume or length to your current style, micro loops really are worth considering. If you’re ready to take the plunge, then check out our website for the variety of lengths and colours that we stock!


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