If you have really short hair, glue-in and fusion extensions may be more suitable. However, it is worth keeping in mind that some techniques that use the glue-in method often reveal the weft portion if not done properly, so this should probably be avoided if hair is really, really short. For those with very cropped styles, fusion extensions are the most suitable. These use a heating application for fusing the extensions with the natural hair. This method of application means that there is no problem with the attachment being detected. The only drawback of these extensions is that they are usually the most costly of all the hair extension methods.
Hair extension specialists can do great things; some are even capable of applying hair extensions to a mere one inch long natural hair! However, other may refuse due to the difficulty of the task, therefore it is important to seek out a hair extension specialist who is willing to deal with your problem. When it comes to hair extensions and short hair, it is always advisable to visit an expert rather than attempt to lengthen your hair yourself as an expert will always get better results.
The best way to get the best out of your human hair extensions is to find a stylist that you trust. As Inanch Emir at Inanch London recently won UK Hair Extensionist of the Year, and her salon was awarded Great Lengths Hair Extensions Salon of the Year at the prestigious Great Lengths 2010 Awards, you can be sure she knows what she’s doing. With over 12 years of experience in the specialist field of hair extensions, Inanch delivers exceptional results every time. Inanch’s clientele a-list includes Hollywood actress Mischa Barton and model and socialite Peaches Geldof to name but a few, and keeps growing all the time.