Four Common Questions Women Have About Getting Hair Extensions For Their Wedding

When you are getting married, you want to look your best. There are some women who dream of having long, flowing locks on their wedding day, but do not have hair that is long enough to create the look that they want for one reason or another. Fortunately, you can have the long hair you want if you have hair extensions added to your hair before the day of your wedding. There are many women who are fearful of hair extensions because they really do not know much about them. The following guide walks you through a few common questions women have about hair extensions.

Will Hair Extensions Damage My Hair?

If you have a professional install the extensions into your hair, they will not damage your hair at all. If you have someone who does not know how to properly install the extensions, it could end up damaging your hair.

Will the Extensions Fall out When I Dance?

When you have extensions properly installed into your hair, they will not fall out regardless of how you move. You can have the extensions glued to your hair line if you want to have the process done quickly. Having the extensions sewn in is the best option if you want to ensure they stay put during your big day though. When extensions are sewn in, the stylist braids your hair into rows and then the extensions are sewn in the rows with a needle and thread. This ensures the extensions are as secure as they can possibly be.

Can the Extensions be Styled Like Naturally Growing Hair?

If you want to curl the extensions, you need to choose human hair extensions. They can be styled the same way you style your naturally growing hair. Hair extensions made from synthetic materials will melt when they are exposed to heat.

How Long Do I Have to Have the Extensions in My Hair?

You can have the extensions removed from your hair as soon as your wedding is over if you would like. A stylist can cut the threads that are holding sewing extensions in place or use a glue dissolver to remove the glue that holds glued in extensions in place.

Once you know the type of extensions you want to use, the look you want to create, and have found a professional to put the extensions in your hair, you can start the process right away. Be sure to have the extensions put in a few days before your wedding if you are getting them sewn in because your head will be tender from how tightly your natural hair is braided.  

For a local salon, contact a company such as Adevia SpaSalon.