Do Any of These Apply to You?
►If you are under any medical care, obtain permission before proceeding with an installation of hair extensions. (There are no metals involved in this hair extension method.)
►Anyone with eczema, psoriasis, skin allergies or excessive general sensitivity with the skin. Do an allergy test at consultation and 48 hours prior to installation of the hair extensions. Place a small amount of bond in the hair just behind your ear. Look for redness, swelling, bumps or irritation in this area prior to proceeding with a full install.
►If you are taking medications or under treatment for cancer, you should wait until treatments are complete and get permission from your doctor before putting in your hair extensions.
►If you are suffering significant hair loss or taking medications for hair loss you probably should not wear hair extensions. It would be recommended you test a few bonds to see if this is right for you and your hair.
►If you have significant damage to the hair at the point of attachment. This would include weak, damaged, or broken hair at the root, you should not wear hair extensions.