Stylists have been using this method longer than any other because it’s a classic way of providing length and volume. Fusion Extensions are installed with keratin bonds that mimic the natural protein found in hair. The bonds are sealed with our Melting Connector’s heating plates.
In the video, our national educator gives a detailed overview about the tools needed for our Fusion method. She demonstrates how to properly heat the bonds with the Melting Connector and attach them to hair. She shows you how to keep hair clean from keratin residue, and how to protect hair from heat.
You’ll learn how to remove the extensions safely, using the Tape-In Bond Remover to break up the adhesive bonds. Ruben also discusses how to re-tape and reuse the Tape-In Wefts.
You’ll learn the four steps of proper blending, so that your client’s hair has a soft, natural feel.
CONSULTATION & AFTERCARE
You’ll learn how to consult with clients before installation begins. You’ll also learn how to advise your clients to take care of their extensions. You’ll be educate on which kinds of products are safe to use on hair extensions, and how to wash, condition, and style extensions properly. You’ll also learn how to remove the extensions safely using the Hair Extensions Tool to un-crimp the beads.
Tools you’ll need:
· Fusion Hair Extensions
· Melting Connector
· Protector Disks or Protector Strip
· Hair Clips
· Keratin Bond Remover
· Quick Pick Hair Parter
· Hair Extension Tool
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Blending and Styling Tools:
· Hair Cutting Scissors
· Feathering Razor
This course will teach you everything you need to know about Fusion extensions. Segments include: tools, consultation, preparation, installation, blending and styling, aftercare, maintenance, and removal.