The difference between cold fusion and hot fusion hair extension

There are many different types of hair extension for women, and the keratin hair extension has been popular in recent 10 years, there two methods for the keratin hair extension, hot fusion hair and cold fusion hair, both is very good. What’s their difference?

 

hot fusion

 

Hot fusion is a strand method attached at the keratin based flat-tips(V-tip or U-tip) with a heating element. Hot fusion hair extensions are also known as keratin hair extensions and pre-bonded hair extensions. They are applied to your natural hair in small ‘bundles’ with a heated keratin adhesive. Since your hair is already made of 90% keratin (a protein compound,) this method is actually gentler on hair than regular glue is.

 

The step of applying hot fusion hair extension:

 

 

The step of hot fusion hair extension

 

Hot fusion hair extensions last anywhere from 2-4 months and take about 2 hours to install. With hot fusion hair extensions you can do a variety of hair styles including updo and styling your hair down.

 

Second the cold fusion hair extension:

 

 

cold fusion micro loop

 

Cold fusion is also known as micro link, micro loop hair extension. It is another strand method that is applied by weaving small sections of hair through a micro link tube. To install you use weaving tools and pliers to weave the small sections of hair.

 

Cold fusion hair extensions were created to be a gentle alternative than keratin hot fusion hair extensions. Cold fusion hair extensions does not use heat to apply the hair extensions to your hair. This is a no heat hair extensions method that bonds hair via a ultra sound applicator. It is a more updated extensions method that was created to be a lot gentler on your natural hair than hot fusion.

 

The step of applying cold fusion hair extension:

 

The step of cold fusion hair extension

 

No glue, no tape, I-tip extensions are perfect for women who want to be healthy and natural. You see, the equipment cost is low, even in the online store you can get these tools in a lower price when you purchase hair extensions there.

 

In summary, both fusion methods can result in a smooth finished look that is devoid of any bumps that are inherent in the sew-in method of attaching extensions. Using the micro clamps in the Cold Fusion method may help to create a flatter look and feel than that of the Regular or Hot Fusion but that may be in the eyes of the beholder.

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