How Long Does Your Hair System Last?
Guest Blog by Newtimes Hair Team
When you ask us how long your hair system lasts, it is not easy to answer because we can only give you an approximate duration.
Why only an approximate time? Because it’s just buying new shoes, everything depends depend on use.
At first, a lack of experience may shorten lifespan. When you get your first hair system, it takes a little while to learn how to treat it. This includes how to style, brush, wash and what products you use. By sharing our own experience and the experiences of our clients we help you through this initial process.
We always advise that you perform maintenance on your hair system 1 week to 10 days. This is crucial because the adhesive you use clogs to the hair and if you leave it, you have to use a solvent to remove it. Solvent is abrasive product and we only recommended use in emergencies. If you are consistent with your maintenance your hair system will last longer.
Let’s return the example of new shoes. If you play lots of sport, go to the beach or go mountain climbing, your shoes won’t last as long as they would if you only walked on the pavement. The same happens is true for your hair system, it all depends on your lifestyle. If you do a lot of sport, go to the pool or the beach then your system won’t last as long. Again, this is also impacted by how you maintain your hair system.
Just as a reminder, here is a brief description of the estimated duration of the systems:
It is the finest and therefore the most undetectable. Being so fine, it’s also the most delicate.
Estimated lifespan: 2 – 3 months
It’s a just a tiny bit thicker than Swiss lace, but you can barely tell the difference. However, its durability is a little greater than Swiss.
Estimated lifespan: 3 – 4 months.
If your priority is a longer lifespan and comfort, we recommend our mono base. Because the base material is less delicate, attachment, removal, and maintenance are simpler.
Estimated lifespan: 6 – 12 months.
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