Do Tape in Hair Extensions Damage Your Hair?


If you've been considering getting tape in hair extensions you may be asking yourself, do tape in hair extensions damage your hair? The short answer is no, not if removed properly. While most extensions require you to go to a licensed hair stylist to get them removed, tape in hair extensions do not. If you're careful, you can remove your tape in hair extensions in the comfort of your own home.

Tape in hair extensions cannot be removed by pulling them off. They must be carefully removed with tape in remover. We provide step by step instructions on how to remove tape in extensions on a separate blog post.

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Do Tape In Hair Extensions Cause Hair To Fall out?

When removing your tape in hair extensions, you may notice some fallout. However, it's important that you know that the average woman loses anywhere between 50 to 150 strands of hair per day.

Since tape in extensions can be worn for weeks at a time, you'll likely lose some hair naturally. While wearing the tape in hair extensions the hair that naturally falls out will remain stuck to the hair extensions, so when you remove the tape in hair extensions, you'll always see some hair attached to it. There is no reason to panic about these individual strands as they fell out naturally and would have fallen out even if you did not have tape in extensions put in.

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Tape In Hair Extensions Are The Least Damaging

Tape in extensions are the least damaging type of hair extension currently available on the market. Unlike other types of hair extensions, tape in hair extensions are lightweight and never pull or tug on our hair. Individual hair extensions, such as fusion, i-tip, micro, etc.) can significantly damage your hair. They also tend to tangle, causing hair loss. Clip in hair extensions are heavy, and when used frequently, they can cause bald spots. Tape in hair extensions allow you to enjoy beautiful longer, thicker hair without any discomfort or hair loss.


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