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New Bonded Hair Extensions Technique

Bonded Hair Extensions

Bonded hair extensions techniques continue to evolve

“New Bonded Hair Extensions”

If you live in Northern California or the San Francisco area you’ve got a chance to try out a new bonded hair extension technique that sounds pretty cutting edge. The rest of us will just have to wait until we start hearing good things about this new bonded hair extension technique that avoids glueing the hair to a hair extension. You can bet if reports start coming about significant improvements in hair damage issues that this new technology will be available in your hair salon soon. I’m a bit of a skeptic about the claims though, if they are using heat to apply these plastic tubes then you run the risk of damage to the hair from the heat.

Anyway, here is their press release:

Studio 211 Announces Availability of New Bonded Hair Extension Technology for Fine, Thin or Damaged Hair; Recently Opened Studio Offers Customers State-of-the-Art Bonded Hair Extension Services to Protect Hair and Boost Self Esteem

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Studio 211, a leading San Francisco hair salon specializing in bonded hair extensions, today announced the availability of a new bonded hair extension application method for fine, thin or damaged hair. The recently opened hair salon now offers its clients a thermoplastic tube application method A thermoplastic tube application methodthat further protects the hair and ultimately boosts the client’s self esteem.

The new state-of-the-art method is a thermoplastic bonding technique originally designed by NASA engineers for use on the space shuttle to hold wiring together. Studio 211 uses this technology to attach bonded extension hair strands to the client’s hair at the base of the scalp. This high-tech method bonds extremely tightly actually hugging the hair without the use of glues or adhesives.

“Clients with fine, weak and/or damaged hair can improve and strengthen their hair with the use of bonded hair extensions,” said Giacomo of Studio 211. “This particular new technique uses a thermoplastic tube that shrinks once applied to the client’s hair giving it an extremely strong attachment capability without damaging the hair with any kind of adhesive.”

Studio 211 specializes in working with problem hair. Hair extensions add volume, strength and even high lights and color without further compromising the health of the hair by using harsh chemicals and coloring. Not only can bonded hair extensions add thickness, body and coverage to clients with problem hair but the additional hair also protects the hair, giving it added strength. A client’s hair with bonded hair extensions does not break as easily and isn’t as brittle or flyaway. The new thermoplastic bonding technique uses minute cylinders that are visually undetectable and allows the studio to apply extensions without glues thus further protecting their client’s hair.

Studio 211 is a full service salon and bonded hair extensions specialists. The hair salon offers premier hair services including cuts, coloring, bonded hair extensions and damage therapy. Using only 100% human hair, the hair salon specializes in working with clients with fine, thin or damaged hair. They believe in listening closely to their clients’ concerns in order to provide the highest level of professional hair care. For more information contact Studio 211 at 415-377-9226 or online at www.studio211salon.com.

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