Colored hair extensions are a great way to change your image and add a little funkiness to your look. Pink hair extensions are one of the most popular colored hair extensions, and they’re not just for teenagers anymore! Lots of grown women who are confident and want to stand out from the crowd are experimenting with pink hair extensions.
It’s a great color to add to your hair because it’s a little edgy but still very feminine. Plus there are so many shades of pink, that there’s bound to be one that suits your personality, even if you aren’t a rocker chick. In fact, pink hair extensions do not have to be neon and bright. You could even try a more muted pink like a pastel or rose or blush colored pink. It definitely adds a different dimension to your look and lets everyone know that you’re adventurous and confident, and not afraid to try something new.
Pink hair extensions, like all other extensions out there are made from 100% real human hair, synthetic hair, or a combination of both. The best quality will be human hair, but synthetic hair will also look great as pink hair extensions. The hair extensions cost for synthetic hair is also a lot cheaper than if you were to go with 100% human hair.
There are several ways to attach pink hair extensions to your hair. Like all extensions, pink hair extensions can be attached with weaves where the extensions are sewn onto your own hair; they can be attached with hot glue also known as the hot fusion method, or with a keratin based polymer, known as the cold fusion method. These methods are a semi-permanent way to attach your pink hair extensions, and can last up to 3-6 months if cared for properly.
If you want a less permanent look and just want to try something different, I would recommend getting clip-in pink hair extensions, or tape hair extensions. Clip in extensions are great because the clips are attached to the extensions themselves, and you only have to clip the extension to your own hair to attach them. You do not need to go to a stylist to apply clip in extensions. They are also easy to remove, so if you get tired of your pink hair extensions, or want to try a different color, you can simply unclip them. Clip in extensions are also a lot cheaper than the weaving and fusion methods.
Another less permanent method for applying your pink hair extensions is tape hair extensions. This method is similar to the clip in extensions in that the actual bonding part is built in to the extensions, however instead of a metal clip; the extensions are adhered with an adhesive tape.
For me personally, I love the clip in method for my pink hair extensions. I always want to try different colors to match my mood or my outfit, so it’s a great way to try different looks without having to invest too much time in a salon chair.
If you tried to get pink hair by dying your locks, then you know the colors fade and bleed onto your clothes and towels, and then when your roots grow in, your hair will start to look messy and unappealing. The great thing about pink hair extensions is the color will not fade. You simply attach the extensions and you’re good to go. It really is a great and easy way to add some color to your life, so try some pink hair extensions today!