6 Simple Tips for Removing Tape Hair Extensions at Home

6 Simple Tips for Removing Tape Hair Extensions at Home

Even though it would be ideal if we could permanently attach our beautiful hair extensions to our heads, the reality is that you will eventually need to remove them.

Hair extensions are only designed to last for a finite amount of time, giving your natural hair the chance to recover. To prevent damage and ensure that your extensions look natural, it’s important to select high-quality hair extensions from a reputable supplier and to have them installed at a professional salon. If you would prefer to install your extensions yourself, opt for clip in hair extensions instead of tape.

When it comes to removing your hair extensions, it is still recommended that you get a professional to assist you but it is also possible to remove the extensions yourself.

DIY Hair Extension Removal Tips

Here are a few simple tips from top online store for hair extensions, Jadore (https://jadorehairsupplies.com.au/), for removing your tape hair extensions at home.

1. Buy an Adhesive Remover

Most hair extension suppliers will be able to sell you an adhesive remover that can be used to safely remove your hair extensions at home. The product will allow you to remove the tape hair extensions as well as any residue that may be left on your hair. This specialised remover is safe for your skin as well as your hair, provided you use it correctly.

2. Try a Natural Oil

Hair oil is another great product for removing tape hair extensions at home, according to this page, if you would prefer to stay away from products that contain chemicals. Coconut, almond and olive oil can all be used to remove your tape hair extensions – even baby oil is effective. Simply add the oil to your roots and let it soak for about 15 to 20 minutes. The oil will naturally damage the bonds, making it easier to remove the wefts. It should be noted that natural oils will take longer to remove all the residue on your hair. Bargain on the entire process taking about an hour.

3. Even Peanut Butter Can Work

In a rush and don’t have any oil lying around the house? Peanut butter can work too, says https://www.leaf.tv/6007477/how-to-remove-hair-extension-glue-from-hair/. Simply apply the peanut butter to your roots and leave it on for about 30 minutes. The natural oils that are present in the peanut butter will allow you to naturally slide your tape extensions off.

4. Acetone-Free Nail Polish is Another Alternative

Nail polish remover is another product that most women have lying around the house that can be used to remove tape hair extensions – just make sure there is no acetone on the ingredients label. To destroy the bonds of your hair extensions, place a few drops of the remover at the sides of the bonds. As the tape slowly starts to separate from your natural hair, you can begin peeling it off. Don’t tug though! If it becomes difficult to peel off, add more nail polish remover.

5. Use a Leave-In Conditioner on Your Hair

If the natural oil doesn’t work, you can also jump in the shower, rinse your hair and apply a good leave-in conditioner to your locks before wrapping them in a towel. You will need to wait 20 to 30 minutes before rinsing the conditioner off as it needs time to break the chemical bonds.

6. Gently Comb Your Hair

After applying the conditioner, gently start combing your hair from the tips up, which should help loosen your tape hair extensions.

If you are feeling nervous about removing your tape hair extensions at home, rather make an appointment at a professional salon.

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