If you’re someone whose current at-home struggle is figuring out how to safely remove your hair extensions, the good news is that Kat Lewis, head of education at Bellami and hairstylist at The Mane Loft in California, is here to help with a quick guide to removing your extensions without damaging your natural hair.
Once you’re all done, Lewis recommended keeping the paper with all of your removed hair extensions safe in a gallon Ziploc bag until the next time you can see a stylist.
Lewis’s tutorial specifically focuses on tape extensions, which are thin clip-in extensions that are sandwiched in between small sections of the hair using an adhesive.
We’ve almost mastered trimming our own hair at this point thanks to some helpful tips from our favorite stylists, but other services like removing hair extensions, prove to be a little bit trickier.
Need to Remove Your Hair Extensions While You’re Stuck at Home?
How to Remove Hair Extensions at Home Need to Remove Your Hair Extensions While You’re Stuck at Home?
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