Thin Hair....Should I Wear Hair Extensions?

Thin hair can sometimes get a bad rap, but it doesn't have to be boring! The best way for you find out if your thinning mane is worth saving? Try these several options to bring volume, texture a vitality to your thinning hair.

There are different types of hair extensions for thin and fine hairlines. With thin hair, there's not as much coverage that would usually be needed to cover the weft of the hair extension when applied to the hair.  

Raw Hair extension options for thinning hair:

Raw Hair ClipIns:

Clip in hair extensions are a great way to add length and volume to your hair without damaging your natural locks. Unlike traditional extensions, which are glued or sewn into place, clip in extensions simply clip onto your existing hair. This means that they can be easily removed when you want to change up your look. Clip in extensions are available in a variety of colors and styles, so you can find the perfect set to match your own hair.   Whether you're looking for a temporary solution or a more permanent way to change your look, clip in hair extensions are definitely worth considering for thin hair.

When using ClipIns on thin hair, it is important to make sure the hair is capable of concealing the foundation of the ClipIn.

 

Raw Hair TapeIns:

Tape in hair extensions are a popular choice for those looking to add length and volume to their hair. Unlike other types of extensions, tape-ins are applied directly to the scalp, using strong adhesive tape. This tape is then covered with a layer of hair, which helps to blend the extensions seamlessly into your natural hair. Tape-in extensions can last for several weeks and can be safely removed without damaging your own hair. While they are not suitable for all hair types, tape-ins are a low-maintenance option that can give you long-lasting results.

Raw Hair TapeIns are great for thin hair, but proper maintenance is of the utmost importance. Knowing how to properly apply and remove TapeIns is very important to ensure to not damage the hair and this is even more important when you have thin hair.  

Make sure to purchase your Raw TapeIns from a reputable supplier and do your research for products needed to apply and remove your TapeIns.💋

 

Raw Hair UPart Wigs:

An UPart wig is a wig that has a small, U-shaped opening at the top. This opening allows you to pull your own hair through, which helps the wig to blend in and look more natural. At Straight From The Scalp our U-part wigs are made with Raw Hair, which can be styled and dyed just like your own hair. UPart wigs  are also usually lighter and more comfortable to wear than full wigs.   Because UPart wigs don't cover your entire head, they have the capability to allow your natural hair to breathe.  

Individuals with thin hair can use UPart wigs as an option, but one must be careful of that weight of the wig when applied to your thin hair foundation.  

Raw Hair VPart Wigs:

VPart wigs are very similar to UPart wig options.  The only difference is opposed to a U-shape, VPart wigs have a V-shape opening. 💋

Raw Hair Lace Closure Wigs:

Lace front wigs are made with a thin strip of lace at the front of the wig, which can be trimmed to fit your hairline. This gives the illusion of a natural hairline and makes it easy to style your wig in any way that you want. In addition, lace front wigs are often more comfortable to wear than other types of wigs, as they don't require any adhesive, but an adhesive is an option. However, lace front wigs can be more expensive than other types of wigs, so it's important to weigh your options carefully before making a decision.

For individuals with thin hair, Raw Lace Closure Wigs allow for the ability to conceal all of your hair without damaging the thin hair.💋

Raw Hair Frontal Wigs:

Lace front wigs are made with a thin strip of lace that measures either 13x4 inches or 13x6 inches across the front of the wig which can be trimmed to fit your hairline. This gives the illusion of a natural hairline and makes it easy to style your wig in any way that you want.

In addition, lace front wigs are often more comfortable to wear than other types of wigs, as they don't require any adhesive, but using adhesive is an option.

Raw Hair Frontal Wigs are a perfect option for those that have thin hair.  The wig will allow the individual to conceal all of their hair and use the wig to create the illusion of a full volumed hair line.

However, lace front wigs can be more expensive than other types of wigs, so it's important to weigh your options carefully before making a decision.

 

Hope you enjoyed this read!  Make sure to select any of the options above at our store, Straight From The Scalp, which provides great luxury products at an affordable price.

Until the next read...💋

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