Get Into Tape-Ins

I’m sure that many of you have hear about tape-in extensions. Tape-in extensions are fairly new in the hair market. They are a convenient way to switch up your look without needing to do too much maintenance. I’m sure you’re thinking to yourself: what exactly are tape-ins? Tape in hair extensions are made up of thin pieces of tape wefts. The tape wefts are attached to hair that you install in between your natural hair. The tape used for tape-ins are water soluble. This means that they won’t loosen when put into water. Learn more about tape-ins here!

Applying Tape-Ins

The amazing thing about tape ins is that they don’t require you to braid your hair up. You can install them directly into your hair without issue. You’ll want to make sure that you use tape in extensions that match your hair. If you have straight hair, only use straight extensions. If you have curly hair, only use curly hair extensions. When applying your tape-ins, you’ll want to section your hair properly. Section it in a way where you’ll have some hair covering the weft. Applying tape ins doesn’t have to difficult. We’ve got everything you need to get you started!

Are Tape-Ins Better Than Clips-Ins?

We can’t say one is better than the other because it depends on each person. Everyone’s experience is going to be different! You’ll want to make sure you try both before making a decision on either clips-ins or tape ins. Most people like to alternate between the two options. We have an article telling you all the juicy details you need to know about clip-ins vs tape-ins. Read more on both so that you can decide which are the best choice for you!

Are Tape-Ins For You?

All in all, it’ll be up to you to figure out whether you want to get tape ins or not. When considering, also learn what to do and what not to do when wearing them. They are extremely versatile, and cost effective. Here at private label extensions, we sell them wholesale, so that you can have your own supply on deck! Check out our inventory, and information on our wholesale tape ins today. If you’ve never tried tape ins, you should! Don’t be afraid to try something new!