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Tape In Hair Extensions How to Install and Remove

Tape in Hair Extensions create seamless natural hair sew-in. It is popupar in the beauty salon among many women. It has diverse colors choice and adds much luster to the hair. It is comfortable to wear. However it seems hard for many new buyers to install and remove it. Today I will teach you how to install and remove.

A bundle of seamless tape is 30 -50g, soft texture, no harm. Tape in hair extensions is a new break in hair extensions, from European, and become popular around the world soon, early only used in top hair salon.

       Use method 

  • 1. Two pieces of tape in hair extensions use in a unit.
  • 2. Put a strand of own hair between two pieces of tape in hair extensions, then you can finish the fix part. 

    How to install your Tape In Hair Extensions

  • 1.Layer your own hair, lift a strand of hair with tail comb, the hair strand width should be one centimeter shorter than the width of hair extensions. Peel the cover from the adhesive of tape in hair extensions, Put the uncovered side up, 5-10cm away from the hair root, then affix your hair.

  • 2.Grad another tape in hair extension, peel the cover from the adhesive, position your second tape in hair extensions directly on the preview tape of your previews piece, then use your finger smooth over your tape extensions.


    Seamless tape in hair extensions use import No-Shine Doule-faced adhesive, long lasting, water proofed, 4-7 weeks damage free application. Use remover after it lose its bonding effect, use new adhesive for the Human Hair Extensions.


    How to remove the adhesive of tape in hair extensions

  • 1.Use remover to remove the adhesive. 

  • 2.Use method: Drop a little bit of remover in the middle of adhesive.

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