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Hair Extensions

Nano ring hair extensions are a fantastic hair extension method, and one those with finer hair will be able to enjoy too.

These types of extensions are relatively new to the market. The process involves placing individual hair extension strands and securing them with a nano ring. The nano ring itself is tiny and less likely to be noticed, even when hair is tied up. Plus it is more comfortable, especially for those with finer hair.

There are many different types and ways to apply hair extensions. Some are for short term purposes and others for the long term, and nano ring extensions fall into the latter.

 The application is similar to that of micro rings, helping to provide the very best effect of healthy, thick and voluminous hair.

 

Nano Rings Medium Brown

Are nano ring hair extensions damaging?

Nano ring hair extensions are not damaging to one’s natural hair when fitted by a trained professional. In actual fact, they are one of the hair extensions methods that are the least damaging.

They do not require heat or glue to secure them, meaning they will be kinder and gentle on the hair. When it’s time to remove them, they are really easy to do so, and won’t require the typical alcohol or acetone based solution remover.

 

How long do nano ring extensions last?

Hair Extensions should last between 9 months and a year, depending on how well you look after them as well as having regular maintenance appointments.

Ideally a maintenance appointment should be booked for every 8-10 weeks to keep them in the very best condition, and to last as long as possible.

Hair extension slippage

Due to the size of the nano rings, there may be times when some do slip and are even lost between hair maintenance appointments, Don’t worry this is perfectly normal and to be expected. Some are more predisposed to this happening than others. If the Hair extensions are fitted to excessively oily or soft hair then this is likely to happen. Don’t worry though Dilly’s offers other methods of fitting.