How Many Hair Extensions Do You Need?

This determined the density and length of your natural hair and the look you desire. These are the tips recommended by the stylist used to work at different kinds of salon in dubai , they have extensively used these tips at their salons and had positive results.

Hair Density

You must first determine the density of your hair. This does not refer to the thickness of each individual hair, but rather the total amount of hair you have. We have clients with coarse, thick hair, but because they don’t have much of it, their hair density is Fine/Average. We also have clients who have very tiny individual hairs but a lot of them, result in thick, dense hair.

Mid Length/Thin Fine Hair

Mid-length, thin/fine hair takes only a minute or two to blow dry, it’s through’ at bob length, and the ponytail is sparse when tied back. When grown to shoulder length, this hair type is very thin and wispy.

Fine/Average Mid Length

Cameron’s mid-length fine/average hair takes 3-4 minutes to blast dry and tied into a respectable but not heavy ponytail. This hair type lacks weight and volume as it reaches shoulder length.

Average/Thick Hair, Mid Length

Blasting mid-length, average/thick hair takes around 5 minutes. The ponytail is heavy and dense when tied back. Rosie’s hair is adaptable and styled in a multitude of ways. It is usually robust and long-lasting.

Very Thick Hair, Mid Length

Blasting thick, mid-length hair might take up to 10 minutes. The thick and dense ponytail is thick and dense when tied back. Mila’s hair is thick, and many of her clients complain about it.

Hair Length

The length of your natural hair should take into consideration.

Short Hairstyles

If you’re like Danni and have short hair,

You’ll need the following to add length:

Hair that is thin or fine will must up to a complete head of hair.

Fine/average hair will must a full head of hair.

Hair that is average/thick or very thick will must a complete head plus.

Hair extensions required to merge with very short hair, even if your hair opened to your shoulders. If you use too few extensions, the effect will be stringy and unnatural, and you may wind up with a ‘lid,’ which is when the shortest layer of your natural hair does not blend and is visible.

Hair extensions required to merge with very short hair, even if your hair stretched to your shoulders. If you use too few extensions, the effect will be stringy and unnatural, and you may wind up with a ‘lid,’ which is when the shortest layer of your natural hair does not blend and is visible.

Chin to Shoulder Length

If your hair is Chin to Shoulder Length like Fern’s,

Hair that is thin or fine – 75-100 hair extensions would add hair up to 12″ in length.

100-150 hair extensions would must for longer lengths and more volume.

Fine/Medium hair – 100-125 hair extensions needed to add hair that is roughly 12″ in length. 125-175 hair extensions would must for longer lengths and more volume.

125-175 hair extensions are rarely used to add 12″ of hair to medium/thick hair. 150-200 hair extensions would need for longer length and volume.

150-200 hair extensions would add 12″ lengths to very thick hair. 200 or more hair extensions would must for longer lengths and more volume.

Past Shoulder Length

If your hair is longer than shoulder length, like Jennifer’s,

Hair extensions would be adding up to 16″ of length to thin/fine hair. Hair extensions in the range of 100-125 can give you longer lengths and more volume.

Fine/average hair — 100 to 150 hair extensions can add up to 16″ of length, while 125-to 175 hair extensions can add a lot of length and volume.

Hair of roughly 16″ in length would add 125-175 hair extensions, and hair of around 150-200 hair extensions can add a lot of length and volume.

Very thick hair — for 16″ hair, roughly 175-200 hair extensions would need; larger lengths can be achieve with 200 or more hair extensions.

Adding Volume

Even with ten hair extensions, the volume would add to some amount. We have clients with anywhere from 25 to 75 bonds to add to their portfolios. A Quarter Head of 50 bonds is the most preferred amount to add.

We hope you found this blog to be helpful and interesting, but please keep in mind that because individual needs and requirements differ widely from one person to the next, an accurate price can only provide during your consultation.