How Do You Make Pre-Tipped Cold Fusion Hair Extensions?
Cold-fusion hair extensions are a kind of strand-by-strand extensions that are attached without the use of heat, most often held in place by connector beads. Though the strands come in a variety of colors and textures, occasionally custom extensions are needed. Whether you’re making your extensions from scratch or modifying heat-fusion extensions, it is best to create the extensions before the application process. Prepare your workspace by laying out your bulk hair and tips and turning on your heating tool. If you are working with hair on a weft, use the manicure scissors to trim sections of hair from the weft. Select a small portion of hair, approximately 20 to 25 strands and hold firmly about a half-inch from the top of the strands. Use the pincers of the heating tool to select a keratin grain. Allow the grain to melt a bit in between the pincers of the tool. Apply the keratin to the selection of hair by clamping the pincers onto the tip of the section several times, until all kerati