Which Hair Densities to choose?…

Hair Density is one of the most important choices to get right. For me its simple, you simply match the Hair System density to your Bio hair density that remains at the sides and back of your head. As a general rule,, LESS IS MORE. light densities look far more natural as you reveal more scalp However, you also need to have the correct lace colour/shade matched to your skin tone perfectly, otherwise the whole appearance won’t look correct. Any Grey % that is needed so the system blends seamlessly also needs to be assessed and decided correctly. (A minefield I hear you gasp) but don’t be too worried as that’s my job to make sure all aspects of your hair system is designed correctly.

Extra Light Density (Below)

Light Density (Below)

Light Medium Density (Below)

Medium Density (Below)

Hair Colour:

Hair Colour… When matching your replacement hair colour to your naturally growing hair, a few factors have to be considered. The colour on top is perhaps a slightly lighter shade to the hair growing at the back and sides. Some people also have many different tones that make up their hair colour. For example, overall your hair may be considered Brown! yet for sure it will contain blonde and red strands. The percentage of these additional colours that exist in the hair is the key. These individual coloured strands are first matched using colour charts and then the percentage of each colour present is calculated and then blended together to create the overall perfect colour. (technical stuff). An initial hair sample taken from the sides and back regions of your head is used to determine this perfect match.

Hair Texture:

Hair texture… is the measure of the circumference of the hair strand itself. Professionals classify the texture of hair as being “coarse”, “fine”, or “medium”. Coarse hair has the largest circumference, and fine hair has the smallest. Medium texture indicates a middle-range of the size of the hair shaft, it’s considered normal and poses no special considerations regarding processing and chemical services. Coarse hair is stronger, for obvious reasons – it has more substance. However, coarse hair can also be harder to process, and can be resistant to hair colouring services, perming, and straightening. Fine hair, conversely, is often very easy to process, and can be over-processed easily and is susceptible to damage from chemical services.

Bleached Knots

Bleached knots come as standard with our systems. It adds more realism and looks far more natural especially with our graduated hairlines. The process simply lightens the normally dark knots so that they become invisible. The difference is amazing and a must in my opinion.

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