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Author Topic: Glue in extensions  (Read 5649 times)  Share 

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meeshybop

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Re: Glue in extensions
« Reply #25 on: 31 Jan 13 / 04:22 PM »
I have only just (as in the dye is on my head) evened up the colour and matched my extensions so I haven't glued them in yet! I need to find a way of removing the glue off the weft though :(
 

xxRaaxx

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Re: Glue in extensions
« Reply #26 on: 03 Feb 13 / 03:58 PM »
Would the glue remover you bought not remove the glue from the weft?

 

meeshybop

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Re: Glue in extensions
« Reply #27 on: 03 Feb 13 / 05:59 PM »
Nope! It doesn't dissolve it, just makes it mushy. You can get it out your hair but it squishes into the sewn part of the weft.
 

xxRaaxx

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Re: Glue in extensions
« Reply #28 on: 04 Feb 13 / 08:45 PM »
Online the general consensus seems to be that anything oily (inc veg oil) can break down the glue - people mentioned Acetone and hairspray too?
 

meeshybop

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Re: Glue in extensions
« Reply #29 on: 04 Feb 13 / 09:14 PM »
yeah i've seen this, just not yet tried it.
 

Deloria87

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Re: Glue in extensions
« Reply #30 on: 26 Jul 13 / 12:11 PM »
Are glue ins ok if you take proper care of them? I've heard so many stories about baldness etc, is that only if you don't remove them properly or have them in too much?

I've had glue in extensions before a couple of times and didn't find that they caused any damage to my hair at all, I just struggled with how much they fell out, tried a different technician and then even more bonds fell out so I wouldn't do it again, but my hair looked lusciously long for almost 3 months each time :D I've had a weave sewn in once before but I kept this maintained for quite a while and although I had quite short hair when it was in they only needed tightening once every 3-4 weeks and I only found the initial tension lasted about 2 days (when you're allowed to wash it again) good excuse for a head massage though ;) I use clip ins as well now and love them, I just get frustrated with them moving around during the day :\
 

Bitzy

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Re: Glue in extensions
« Reply #31 on: 30 Jul 13 / 06:58 PM »
I so want to try this now! My hair needs to grow faster :/
 

 

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