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Preparing the Hair
Before applying glue-in hair extensions, it is important to prepare the hair. Start by washing and conditioning the hair with a mild shampoo and conditioner. Make sure to rinse the hair thoroughly and towel dry. Comb the hair to remove any tangles and then blow dry the hair until it is completely dry.
Applying the Glue
Once the hair is dry, it is time to apply the glue. Start by sectioning off the hair into small sections. Take one of the sections and apply a thin line of glue along the top of the hair. Make sure to apply the glue close to the scalp. Once the glue is applied, take the hair extension and press it firmly against the scalp. Hold the extension in place for a few seconds to ensure that the glue has adhered properly.
Securing the Extensions
Once the glue has been applied, it is important to secure the extensions. Start by using a wide-toothed comb to comb the hair and make sure that the extensions are secure. If necessary, use a few bobby pins to secure the extensions in place.
Styling the Hair
Once the extensions are secure, it is time to style the hair. Start by using a curling iron or flat iron to style the hair. Make sure to use a heat protectant spray to protect the hair from heat damage. Once the hair is styled, use a light hairspray to hold the style in place.
Removing the Extensions
When it is time to remove the extensions, it is important to do so carefully. Start by using a wide-toothed comb to gently comb the hair. This will help to loosen the glue. Once the glue is loosened, use a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol to remove the glue. Make sure to be gentle and not to pull on the hair. Once the glue is removed, the extensions can be taken out.