After getting a haircut particularly a drastic one such as a pixie or bob cut, you will usually miss the luxury of having long hair. A haircut would mean you will no longer be able to tie your hair back in a ponytail or pull it up during special occasions. You will also miss the swish of nice and long hair while flipping it or walking in the wind. Rather than wait for months to restore your hair back to its former glory, it is possible to have the same length back in a small amount of time. It is for this reason that glue in hair extensions is a craze in the market. Anyone can have that luxurious and long lock again through a small procedure which can be done at home. What you have to do is buy the hair attachments as well as the glue that goes with it. Glue in hair extensions can provide you with that sophisticated look without the need to wait for months for your hair to re-grow.
The method of putting glue in hair extensions is extremely simple and will need little assistance from another individual. The only time I would call my roommate or another person nearby for help is when I needed someone to look at or do the rear portion of my head. Nonetheless, this can be done by looking at a big mirror and then use a small mirror in examining the hair at the back. To begin with, I have to be sure that I have all the supplies such as a hair clip, hair extensions, a few mirrors, several bonding glue, a finely toothed comb and a blow dryer. Ensure that you have a high quality bonding glue which is not only strong and durable but will not be very hard on your hair. Reviewers recommend Salon Pro 30 Second Bonding Glue as well as Proclaim Super Bond Hair Glue. I like the one which dries fast so that I will no longer worry about glue running or anything that will fall out of place when I put the glue in hair extensions.